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Young man who picked grapes to pay for his studies graduates and is hired by a multinational

Look at the turning point in this young man’s life. Joel worked for years in sun and rain picking grapes on the farm. The hard work was paying the tuition for an electromechanical engineering college.

Now, after a long struggle and prejudice from relatives, he graduated and got a job in a multinational organization. Can you imagine the joy?

Joel submitted his TCC (Thesis for the Course) this year and is now the newest electromechanical engineer in a major company. “In the heat of the sun and in dirty clothes on the farm, I still imagined how I would one day get a degree in electromechanical engineering,” said the young man, proud of his achievements.

Hard work

Almost by the time he entered college at age 17, Joel already knew he wanted to become an engineer, but his household finances went from bad to worse; the boy’s mother, who supported the family alone, lost her job and fell into debt;

To pay for college tuition for electrical engineering, he took a job picking grapes at a local farm. Many relatives mocked Joel’s work and dream.

The young man worked 8 to 12 hours a day, in the sun and in the rain, then went to college.

“I live with my mother and brothers. My father died. At the time when I was confirmed, we had no money for anything. So I had to find a job to fulfill my dream,” he explained.

respect the father

Despite many who doubted his dream, Joel did not give up. “Study became a way to honor and honor my father,” he said.

After 5 years in this marathon, he finally realized his dream and received his diploma. Moreover. Joel was invited to work for Arcor, one of the largest food companies in Argentina.

With an extremely high salary, he now helps his elderly mother.

“Now I have my diploma and the happiness of a dream come true, becoming an electromechanical engineer,” Joel thanked.

And long live education that changes lives!

Joel graduated, found a job with a multinational organization and now supports his elderly mother – Photo: Reproduction/Internet

Photo: Reproduction/Internet

He worked in the fields and then entered college. Photo: Reproduction/Internet

The young man worked 8 to 12 hours a day, in the sun and in the rain, then went to college.  Photo: Reproduction/Internet

The young man worked 8 to 12 hours a day, in the sun and the rain, picking grapes – Photo: Reproduction/Internet

Photo: Reproduction/Internet

Finally, the big day. Joel graduated with a degree in engineering – Photo: Reproduction/Internet

According to A24

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