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CAREER HOPE INITIATIVE

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Career Hope Initiative

Prior to graduating from True Hope, our students are counseled as to their vocational interest. Upon selecting a career path, we enroll them in a vocational school to learn a viable trade. Students can choose cosmetology, computers and construction trades among other subjects. During their vocational training, CHWW continues to cover their living and tuition expenses. Upon graduation from a vocational school, we assist them in obtaining gainful employment.

ACAM HAITI - Academy of Arts and Crafts

Tom Murphy Institute works with ACAM for vocational training for our students.  Our young men and women have a variety of fields from which to choose for their training.

ACAM

Career Hope Inititiative works with ACAM for vocational training for our students.  Our young men and women have a variety of fields from which to choose for their training.

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Meet Jennifer and Christina

These beautiful young ladies at 16, are the oldest girls in our orphanage. They hope and pray for a productive life as they become adults. Child Hope Worldwide is sending them to Cosmetology school where will learn a trade and hopefully have a secure future.

We can't do this without your help. Please consider making a donation today. The tuition is $1200 for the year. If you want to personally help Jennifer or Christina, let me know. I will make sure your gift goes direct for their support. Send me a personal email at tom@childhopeworldwide.org and tell me you want to be a part of Jennifer or Christina's life.

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 Jennifer and Christina are in cosmetology school in a one year program.

 

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Christina and Jennifer have been studying cosmetology in our Career Hope Initiative program and the results of their studies are astounding. Look at these beautiful young ladies!

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Christina and Jennifer in class at ACAM.

Meet Josue

Josue lost both parents in the earthquake. He grew up begging on the streets of Port-au-Prince, struggling to survive. We rescued him from Cite Soleil along with his sister, Dashnie.
Josue recently turned 16 and as we discussed his future with him, he indicated he was interested in plumbing as a trade. Today, we enrolled him in a vocational school to study plumbing as part of our Career Hope Initiative. Josue now has hope for a better life.
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