A loan of $1,900 helped to pay for graduation fees.

Ronal Wilver's story

Becoming a mechanic is Ronal's dream. To achieve his goal, Ronal has enrolled in Escuela de Mecanica Automotriz Simon Bolivar. He expects to graduate in April 2014 but without a loan is unsure how he will be able to continue affording his education. He shares that his alternative would be to take time off from school to work and save money until he could return. Ronal shares that it is important to him to graduate on time so he can enter into the job market as soon as possible.

With a loan, Ronal plans to pay his graduation fee. This fee is often more expensive than the semester's tuition and is a frequent impediment for graduating students in Tarija. With a degree in mechanics, he expects to earn $17 a day.

Unfortunately, Ronal's parents never had the opportunity to complete their high school education. Without the opportunity for a higher degree, his parents never had the chance to move up. Growing up, finances have always been tight. As the youngest of eight, with one older sibling attending college already, Ronal is unsure how he will be able to finance his graduation on his own without the assistance of a Vittana Loan.

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