I wanted to be a nurse but my qualification was not enough to meet the requirement of nursing. My father passed away in 2009. I stayed home and wanted to help my mother, and my other siblings, and did not know how to get a job. I dropped out of college at Form 7 and had no work experience at all. I came across TYEE and I decided to contact them if they can help me.
[Hi.. I'm really interested in your Facebook page on how you helped youth to find a job. I always wanted a job but couldn't have the courage to do so. I dropped out from school at F/7 and I hope you'll help me on how to find a job.] Thanks
I got an interview with TYEE not long after my registration. I also participated in their Work Readiness training program. I was honoured to be part of it and was very happy. I was so excited as I was on my way to landing my first job. After our training, I was called for a couple of job interviews with TYEE RECRUITMENT for housekeeping and shop assistant positions, but I decided to wait for a better job. After a few weeks, I was tired of staying home with no luck with jobs, no money and I wanted to get out and work to help my family and also for me to be financially independent. When TYEE contacted me again last week for another job interview, I made up my mind that I will take this job and let that be my first new job. I had to start somewhere especially after considering my qualification was not that good and a lot of youth with better education are looking for jobs.
Hi!! just stopping by to say hi and thank you for putting me into a job. I'm still learning a lot of things but I'll love it thanks to you and your team for the help.
I am thankful for this opportunity and wish to encourage my fellow youth jobseekers out there to take the first leap and start exploring the working life. As Mohammed Ali said it, "I hate every minute of Training but I said, don't quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a Champion".