Due to the generosity of our donors, the team at All About U Adoptions is excited to announce we have been able to award our very first birth parent education scholarship. Congratulations JulieMae! Keep following our Facebook and blog as we’ll be sharing JulieMae’s adoption’s story.
Portions of JulieMae’s Application
My name is JulieMae. I am 34 years old and a single mother of 5 children, 4 that live with me. My children ages are 10, twin 7 year olds and 2. I recently experienced an unplanned pregnancy and chose adoption for my baby boy. I placed him with a family that could provide for his needs. I have an open adoption with them. I am the first person in my family to go to college. I was raised by my grandmother on the reservation. My mother died of alcoholism and my father currently lives with me. I take care of him because he is a severe diabetic, taking insulin daily. I also have Type 2 diabetes.
Currently and for the past 10 years I have been working in housekeeping. This has been a hard job but has helped me support myself, my children and my dad. Prior to that I worked as a CNA. I enjoyed working in the medical field. I am excited to start learning more about the medical field while going to school to become a medical assistant.
I have worked very hard throughout my life and want to have a career that is going to make a difference for people and help me and my family. I am excited to be the first person in my family to get a degree, my dad is very excited for me too. It is very difficult to get a good paying job in my area without some kind of degree. I plan to get a job working as a medical assistant in the area where I live. I have proven my strong work ethic by providing for my children for the past 10 years. I am now willing to use my hard working abilities to get a degree.
Congratulations JulieMae!!! We wish you all the best!
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