A loan of $1,525 helped to pay for her final semester so she can graduate.


Marisol's story

Marisol is asking for a loan to help her finish her education. She is entering into her final months in her finance degree and the help she has been receiving from her parents is no longer enough. Marisol lives at home with her parents and two older sisters who are both of college as well. She works twenty hours a week as a vendor but her income is not enough to cover all her fees. She has been getting help from her father’s policeman’s salary but as traditionally the graduation semester in Bolivia is the most expensive, Marisol is without enough capital to cover her costs. Without the opportunity for a loan she thinks her graduation timeline would be greatly affected and that she would need to delay all her work until she could save enough. Marisol is passionate about finance and sees is as a field that is expanding in Bolivia and in high demand. With professional training she feels confident that she will be able to find a stable, well paying job after she graduates.



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