Please join us in congratulating Virginia Muckuk on being SHLC’s March 2022 Learner of the Month.
Virginia was nominated by her mentor, Evan. Here is an excerpt of what Evan submitted to us about Virginia.
Virginia has always been one of our regular learners here at the learning centre, but this month she has taken it upon herself to visit us almost daily, even just for an hour, to complete a variety of Cricut projects. She is doing this to help occupy her day, in order to learn more computer and creativity skills, and to simply be friendly! She is now able to complete 80% of the Cricut process on her own, and is very interested in investing in her own Cricut equipment. Her hard work and the DOI2T program has been a significant part of her successful transition from Supported Housing to independent living, and we’re all excited to see what next month holds for Virginia.
We decided to ask Virginia some questions so we could share more about her story with you.
How did you first hear about online learning with Good Learning Anywhere?
Many years ago I applied here for schooling and got to see some of the stuff they were making in the office here and got involved. I really liked the wonderful staff.
What advice do you have for someone thinking about starting to improve their skills?
I don’t like giving advice, but I would like to encourage them to learn on their own as well as being helped.
What is your greatest achievement? Or what accomplishment are you most proud of?
Being able to work with the Cricut machine and doings lots of projects with it.
What are your goals for the future?
Continue to learn about the Cricut. I would also like to help and support others with the Cricut.
Is there anyone you would like to thank for supporting you on this journey?
ALL the Staff.
Is there anything else you would like to share with people about winning this award?
I feel happy for myself. If people would take the help from the Learning Center, it can help them to get back on their feet. It helps to push through all their problems and family issues.
Congratulations Virginia! All the best in 2022!