Course tuition for Dana
Dana, 47, has six children, three of whom are grown and out of the house.
Dana immigrated to Israel from Eastern Europe when she was 15. She started high school but never finished, as she got married at a very young age.
Because she doesn’t have a high school diploma, it was hard for Dana to enter the workforce. Also, as a young single mother, she never had flexibility in terms of working hours. Dana’s situation is further complicated by the fact that her youngest two children (ages 11 and 13) have been diagnosed with ADHD and need a lot of help and attention.
Currently, Dana is supporting her family on a monthly government stipend and a rent subsidy. She would like to find a job in order to increase her family’s income.
Recently, Dana found a course to get certified as a payroll accountant. She doesn’t need a high school diploma to qualify and, upon completion, she would be able to enter the workforce.
Unfortunately, Dana cannot afford the course tuition. If she could get help paying it, she would be one step closer to standing on her own two feet.