Take students to summer school

2019-05-28 06:00
Tarryn Julies and Maryam Haywood need your help to raise funds for an international summer school programme.

Tarryn Julies and Maryam Haywood need your help to raise funds for an international summer school programme.

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Two students from Tsiba in Pinelands have been invited to attend the International Summer School on Business Ethics at the Rosenhein Technical University of Applied Sciences in Germany next month.

The three-week long programme will see Tarryn Julies (21), from Kensington and Maryam Haywood (21) from Maitland, attend the summer school from Monday 24 June to Friday 19 July where they will be representing South Africa.

The pair was selected from the 2018 Dean’s Merit List, a list of students who have done well in their studies throughout the year.

Being raised by her single mother, Julies said life was challenging for her and her five siblings.

“I have had to overcome many challenges along my journey but I believe that it was these very challenges that helped shape me into the strong and independent woman I have come to be. I look forward to joining the International Summer School as this will be my first time on a plane and in another country,” she said.

Julies said she wanted youth from her community not to limit themselves based on the limited resources.

“People in my community are supportive of each other and I know that most youth in Kensington are capable of achieving great things,” she said.

She said she would like the youth to learn from her story to make something of their lives.

“Do not let the limited resources in the community get you down, go out there and find your own opportunities.

“It is possible.”

Haywood said that being chosen to go on this trip is exciting.

“I would never have thought that out of everyone on campus, I would be chosen to go on this trip. I am so excited,” she said.

She said she hopes to gain a lot of knowledge on the topic of business ethics, while also learning about different cultures.

Although this is a sponsored trip, Haywood and Julies need to raise R6 000 each in order to cover their daily expenses.

Their campaigns and instructions on how to donate are available online.

V Visit https://bit.ly/2JDUMJN to see Haywood’s campaign.

V Visit https://bit.ly/2M2CnIg to see the campaign Julies.

Two students from Tsiba in Pinelands have been invited to attend the International Summer School on Business Ethics at the Rosenhein Technical University of Applied Sciences in Germany next month.

The three-week long programme will see Tarryn Julies (21), from Kensington and Maryam Haywood (21) from Maitland, attend the summer school from Monday 24 June to Friday 19 July where they will be representing South Africa.

The pair was selected from the 2018 Dean’s Merit List, a list of students who have done well in their studies throughout the year.

Being raised by her single mother, Julies said life was challenging for her and her five siblings.

“I have had to overcome many challenges along my journey but I believe that it was these very challenges that helped shape me into the strong and independent woman I have come to be. I look forward to joining the International Summer School as this will be my first time on a plane and in another country,” she said.

Julies said she wanted youth from her community not to limit themselves based on the limited resources. “People in my community are supportive of each other and I know that most youth in Kensington are capable of achieving great things,” she said.

She said she would like the youth to learn from her story to make something of their lives. “Do not let the limited resources in the community get you down, go out there and find your own opportunities.

“It is possible.”

Haywood said that being chosen to go on this trip is exciting.

“I would never have thought that out of everyone on campus, I would be chosen to go on this trip. I am so excited,” she said.

She said she hopes to gain a lot of knowledge on the topic of business ethics, while also learning about different cultures.

Although this is a sponsored trip, Haywood and Julies need to raise R6 000 each in order to cover their daily expenses.

Their campaigns and instructions on how to donate are available online.

V Visit https://bit.ly/2JDUMJN to see Haywood’s campaign.

V Visit https://bit.ly/2M2CnIg to see the campaign Julies.

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