Aesthetician Course for Vered
31-year-old Vered is a divorced mother of two young daughters, ages 4 and 6. She works as an assistant in a daycare. Her income and her child support payments are not sufficient to pay rent, so she and her children live rent-free with her mother.
Following her divorce, Vered had no idea how to budget or manage her finances. However, she has made great strides and recently participated in a financial management program for disadvantaged women. Through consultation with her mentors in the program, Vered also decided that she would like to learn to become an aesthetician, and specialize in gel manicures and in eyebrow treatment.
She feels that with this new vocation, she would earn enough to pay for rent, so that she and her children can move out of her mother’s home. Vered’s plan seems solid and promising, but she cannot afford the course.