First, there was Frankie’s story that inspired many people on social media because of his dedication and commitment in the hope of entering college by selling recyclable materials. Then there was Leonard’s struggle attending high school while living in a public park. And then the story of Mrs. Garcia who, in spite of being a grandmother at 67, never stopped dreaming of finishing a college degree. Then a lot more moving stories followed after under the hashtag #PHINMAEdStories.
These inspirational narratives feature the struggle of some of our students and alumni who have been working hard to make their lives better for themselves and for their families. The #PHINMAEdStories also underscores how we are making lives better as an organization by providing accessible and quality education to Filipinos.
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If you are a student, alumnus, employee, or a parent of a student in one of our schools, and you think you have inspiring #PHINMAEdStories to share to the world, you can send us a message here in the site or in our social media accounts!
From trudging to fourth year and mock boards and finally making it to the real boards to graduating with honors who only relied on a scholarship to get through college, your stories are great learning experiences that you can impart to others! Be it big or small, let your success story spread inspiration to all!