Lyndsey

Lyndsey from Flushing, NY

I want to go to school to become a Real Estate Agent, a laptop will help!

Because of my internship and other commitments, I need a laptop to help take real estate courses

My need and situation

I am 39 years old and currently on Probation. I am trying to turn my life around by doing the right thing. I attend a Job readiness program and was recently hired as a intern. They don't pay me much. but I'm grateful for the opportunity. I want to enroll in Real Estate School but I don't have the accessibility to a computer to search and apply for employment on my own time because I'm either at work, visiting my Probation Officer or going to court.

My goals are to go back to school to study Real Estate. I do not have access to a computer at my job, and my schedule is very hectic with all my legal issues. My ambitions are to better my life and stay focused on getting my life back on track.

I need a laptop as it will make it easier to complete online classes for Real Estate School at home.

Meeting this need will allow me to apply for online classes for Real Estate School. Also, I can apply for better jobs as well as be able to edit my resume as needed. This will also keep me out of trouble.

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

I am Lyndsey's Probation Officer. She's very bright and has been doing well with staying away from any issues. Lyndsey has expressed to me that she just gained a part-time employment as a intern. She wants to become a Real Estate Agent, but doesn't have the time to research and apply. She stated still wants to save for a laptop but can't because she doesn't make much at this new job and has a lot of legal fines. If Lyndsey is granted a laptop she'll have a greater chance to make a better life for herself.

About C

I am a Probation Officer that's here to supervise offenders and released prisoners in the community and to help them lead law-abiding lives.