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Jigna Discovers That Anything Is Possible

At 33, Jigna discovered that people who had received even less of a formal education, still triumphed. And they did it by embracing the tenets of Skills to Succeed.

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When 33 year-old Jigna was in Grade 9, her father’s untimely passing away meant her education, and those of her sisters, grounded to a halt. In the three years that followed, she did a computer vocational course, and learned to drive because she loved it.

She married, had children, and many years later, enrolled in the Skills to Succeed program, where she discovered that people who hadn’t studied as much as she had could still be successful. She found a placement immediately after, bringing her new skills and newer attitude to the workplace. Jigna has even inspired her sister to make a change.

Watch Jigna narrate her story in the video below.

When 33 year-old Jigna was in Grade 9, her father’s untimely passing away meant her education, and those of her sisters, ground to a halt. In the three years that followed, she did a computer vocational course, and learnt to drive because she loved it. She married, had children, and many years later, enrolled in the Skills to Succeed program, where she discovered that people who hadn’t studied as much as she had, had still tasted success. She found a placement immediately after, bringing her new skills and newer attitude to the workplace. Jigna has even inspired her sister to make a change. Watch Jigna’s story unfold here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWGBSJs_NWs&list=PLpXHuugu11O9-Dld9r8YwD8erSqBo37sm&index=11

Jigna

“People who have studied usually make it big in life. But those who haven’t, like me, this message if for all of you: you can become an achiever, never think otherwise. If I can do it, so can you.”

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