From School Teacher To Harvard Student: The Story Of Aramide.

Aramide Akintimehin, a first class graduate of Economics from Covenant University is passionate about teaching; and this passion is what evolved into the Talent Mine Academy; which she found during her service year.

Talent Mine is a free preparatory school, located in Ota, Ogun state; for the less privileged; as well as out of school children.

Dedicated to education, she spends her Saturday’s teaching less privileged children, as well as out of school children; through Talent Mine.

Now here’s the big deal;

Working in the education area, especially when it concerns children, requires skills and self development. Recognizing this, Aramide applied for the Master of Educational Program in Learning and Teaching (general) at Harvard Graduate School of Education.

And yes, she got in.

However, due to financial limitations, Aramide Akintimehin would not be able to sponsor herself to Harvard University.

Only $18,765 has been raised in grants and donations; but she still needs over $60,000.

Now, she needs your help.

Help get Aramide to Harvard. She has created a gofundme account for this purpose.

Donate here

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