US giving wings to poor students of Telangana State

Hyderabad: For three underestimated understudies who never sought to seek after examinations abroad, the Community College Initiative (CCI) Program of the US Consulate General Hyderabad offered wings to point high and think ambitiously.

The CCI Program supported by the United States Department of State, offers chosen understudies a quality scholarly program in fields of their decision at US junior colleges, proposed to construct specialized abilities, upgrade initiative capacities and reinforce English language capability.

A 20-year-old rancher’s little girl, Bolleddu Udayabhanu from Nalgonda who is seeking after degree first year in Social Welfare Degree College for Women, Suryapet will do her program in condition, cultivation and protection in College of DuPage, Illinois.

“I never longed for seeking after scholastics abroad. Presently, I will be in the US for 320 days and would like to manufacture a solid establishment for my profession”, she says.

For the program, the US Consulate General Hyderabad has been recognizing youngsters from underserved networks throughout the previous nine years in a joint effort with NGOs. The program gives chances to proficient entry level positions, administration learning and network commitment exercises.

These entry level positions are unpaid and are normally sought after in the second semester of the program with members going through just about 10 months to one year in the US and gain endorsements in their fields of study.

For Hyderabad based Gade Mary Sruthi, doing her graduation itself was a troublesome undertaking given money related requirements. In any case, this 18-year-old will currently be setting out toward Bunker Hill Community College, Massachusetts to think about ‘early youth training’.

“I was compelled to suspend my investigations after Intermediate as my folks couldn’t manage the cost of expense. I feel favored to get this chance and now I have certainty of taking up further investigations”, she says.

Akash Suri Assistant Public Affairs Officer, US Consulate General Hyderabad says the program enables these understudies to grow great relational abilities, improve their English and have the certainty to seek after cutting edge courses.

Meesala Santoshi Vani from Srikakulam in Andhra Pradesh says CCI Program gave a correct stage to assemble her aptitudes in Information Technology from Scottsdale Community College, Arizona. “I lost my dad and my mom is a homemaker. Life has been extremely intense for us. I need to be the provider for my family by turning into a developer”, Vani includes.

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