Youth Day and EST Sourcing’s First Anniversary Celebrations

EST Sourcing celebrated its first anniversary on Youth Day by showing appreciation for the youth that have given us purpose. Bursary recipients from all over the country shared their gratitude in a short video montage that we were able to share across all our social media platforms. Although not all EST Sourcing recipients could be included in the video, the realisation that these are real people that are genuine and ecstatic to have an opportunity to study further and gain valuable skills, is humbling.

EST Sourcing has also extended its operations into an additional region, KwaZulu-Natal, specifically to the Amajuba District Municipality. This project was unprecedented due to the students needing ease from their tuition debt. It shed light on the many challenges the youth in South Africa face daily. Some students may qualify to register and complete a qualification.

However, they may not be able to graduate and make use of the diploma or degree due to outstanding debt that may have accumulated throughout their course. A total of 14 students from Majuba FET College were assisted; of the 14 candidates, 6 are studying Engineering Studies, 7 are studying Business Studies and 1 student is studying Animal Production.

 

This article originally appeared in the MaxProf September 2022 Seasonal Newsletter.

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