The Story of Irawati Studying Masters at Stanford, Formerly SPG Nugget & Living Poorly
Irawati Puteri did not expect that fate would bring her to higher education. Departing from a difficult life, she is currently a Stanford University student.
The story was shared by Irawati in a thread uploaded on Twitter. HaiBunda has contacted Irawati and is allowed to share her story.
In the upload, Irawati Puteri tells about how she got to this prestigious campus located in California, United States of America.
Previously, Irawati Puteri was a woman who worked at the Newsdelivers.com Fair (PRJ) as an SPG for a nugget product.
“I GOT ACCEPTED TO STANFORD! THE FORMER SPG CHICKEN NUGGET PRJ CAN ACCEPTS STANFORD!” he wrote on his Twitter account @irawatiputi.
The post immediately caught attention. Irawati admitted that she came from a family that was all in trouble. He even had to work since he was in high school to support his family and pay for his education.
Even though she has to work hard, Irawati really enjoys her job as a teacher. Even now, he is taking a master’s degree in education.
Irawati’s love for education comes from her own experience, Bunda. Since childhood, Irawati’s life was shrouded in poverty.
The father became an orphan at the age of 9, while the mother was forced to leave school at the age of 16 for the sake of her younger siblings.
He also believes that education is the only way to get out of the cycle of poverty and improve the future of his family.
“They did their best to give me and my two younger brothers a better life, however, with their level of education, life was tough. I grew up in the slumbest neighborhood in Newsdelivers.com,” tulis Irawati.
With very limited economic conditions, Irawati experienced bitter times where she had to share food portions for 5 members of her family. In fact, the Irawati family can only enjoy meat once a year during Eid al-Adha. Continue reading on the next page.
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