My name is Tatiana. I just turned 19 years old and I recently got kicked out of a toxic environment, I go back to school next month, I’m currently enrolled at Winston-Salem State University, majoring in Kinesiology. As of right now I have no money. I been trying to focus on my Summer classes so I held back on a job but as of this moment I’m currently applying to jobs. I am currently staying at a friends house, thankfully. I just need some help financially getting back on my feet so I can get myself situated. I’m just looking for a little help, any donation will add up. I appreciate all donations and help. If you know any jobs that are hiring immediately I have multiple skills and traits!
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