Arooj Ayub dreamed to be a designer in a young age. Being the youngest of nine siblings, her family never stopped her from anything. Though her siblings never took a proper schooling; she completed her Intermediate last summer. Arooj still hopes that she would continue with her studies but currently her family’s financial restrains do not allow her to do so. Her father is a retired teacher and the home expenses rely on his pension of 20,000rs monthly. Three of her elder brothers work but they only support their own families.
Living in a rural area of Bahawalpur, Arooj’s dream to be a designer seemed unrealistic, but as it’s said that dream is dream and they sometimes tend to come true. One day, she found out about Kaarvan from a friend and in total over excitement she ran to her father for approval. Her father being a teacher understood her inner desire and allowed her to visit our center.
It’s been three months now and Arooj has completed her SFJ program. She says that she feels like a designer already. There is a long way to go but learning such creative training methods from Kaarvan she is determined to learn more by herself. Also, she has made a good relationship with the instructors of our center, and they are willing to help Arooj with her dream to their level best. Arooj hopes that she would work from home and pay for tuition in future.