iSisters’ programs provide real, measurable results to the women who attend them. For our learners who often may feel they have no way out of their current situation, being able to make the first step up the ladder of success to a new future is an important outcome of our courses. Time and time again, our learners reinforce that in addition to the technical skills and knowledge they gain, the most important achievement is building their own self-confidence.
A 21 year-old Indigenous student with 3 children, “M” was diagnosed with dyslexia and has been working with iSisters to access the curriculum using assistive technology. After mentorship she has decided to complete a graphic design program. “M” is extremely creative and loves design, and is thrilled to be able to continue her education in her chosen field.