I have always had a desire to work on vehicles but, as a single mother of three children, I was not able to fulfill this lifelong goal. I was at Homeland and saw the brochure on Francis Tuttle and the programs offered. I was on unemployment at the time and knew that it was the best time, if ever, to obtain the education needed to persue my goal of becoming a mechanic. Not a female mechanic, but an ASE certified mechanic.
I am a single mother of three children. As I persue my goal, I work as a waitress at the Waffle House. There have been ocassions where I have not been able to make ends meet and the stress of it, I worried, would affect my ambitions and goals. My Francis Tuttle advisor suggested a possible resolution to my needs and recommended I contact the Francis Tuttle Foundation.The assistance the Foundation has provided helped me to stay on track and continue education with Francis Tuttle.