Tristan

Tristan from Staten Island, New York

Recently secured my High School equivalency. I need dress clothes to find work.

I'm currently residing in a shelter. I need to buy dress shirts, shoes, and a suit and tie. Then, I can interview, find work, and secure housing.

My need and situation

I am a 20 year old unemployed youth. I am currently residing in a shelter. I recently earned my High School equivalency diploma and would like one day to attend college. Due to my current home situation at this time securing employment is my top priority so that I can get an apartment of my own.

My goal is to one day attend college and earn a degree. My plan at this time is to secure employment and permanent housing. My ambition in life is to become financially stable and become successful in the work place.

I need to purchase business attire for job opportunity interviews. At this time I need suit, tie, shoes and dress shirts. I need these items so I can be presentable.

Meeting this need will help me because I am in need of securing employment and obtaining permanent housing to be self sufficient financially.

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Validated by Verona from NYC Department of Probation (What does this mean?)

I have know Tristan for 1 year . When I first met him he was struggling to get his life together. I assisted him in obtaining his high school equivalency diploma through Pathways to Graduation . Tristan completed the course in record time. Tristan has overcome the many obstacle that lie in a young mans path. Tristan is determined to make a productive life for himself by securing employment and obtaining permanent housing once employed.

About Verona

I work for the Department of Probation in NYC. My job title is Probation Officer. I am a change agent for youth at risk. I supervise and assist them with the life tools needed to refrain from recidivism. My goal is to minimize the incarceration of our young people and guide them to become… Read more