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When Free Time is Boring and School is Not

A typical university student north of the border might overly relish the time when class is not in session. South of the border, things are different, especially for Josė.

As a structural engineering student, his most stimulating hours are from 5pm-10pm during the school week when he is in class learning the nuances of construction from master engineers.
He admits, the rest is “rather boring,” including the cumbersome commute from his home to school.

Josė eagerly anticipates a specialized career in engineering that his schooling will provide him and he is thankful for a family who allows him the chance to pursue this degree.

Thanks to sponsors like you, young adults such as Josė can find educational stimulation for their minds and a pathway to a promising career.