Aleyda is in her second year of high school and is set to graduate in November 2020. She hopes to attend the Universidad de El Salvador after graduating and wants to study either Industrial Engineering or Economics. She also wants to take language courses in French or English since those are useful languages to speak and know, especially when looking for jobs. Aleyda has learned so much since joining the scholarship program in January 2019. The workshops teach about new ideas and she is also constantly learning from and motivated by the other students in the scholarship program. She lives at home with her mom and dad and a sister who is in elementary school and spends most of her time at school since her classes start at 7:30am and get out in the afternoon. The two biggest obstacles facing Aleyda and her education are the lack of economic resources that oftentimes prevent her from fully completing educational activities and also the presence of violence in her community.