‘A life changing story of a Girl’
Maya Shaw, age 20, is a young vibrant girl. She is a part of the Loreto Rainbow Home in Sealdah. She and her sister Chhaya Shaw had been abandoned at a very young age to fend for themselves. They have an uncle who had brought these girls to the Sealdah Rainbow Home. Since then Rainbow is their home and for a family they know of the large Rainbow family. Maya studies in Loreto Day School, Sealdah. She has been enrolled in the NIOS and is appearing for class 10. She had been part of Kolkata Mary Ward Social Center Bakery since November 2016 to May 2018 and has been earning a monthly stipend of Rs.500/- per month, which was increased to 1000/- per month from 2018. She had been a very sincere and hardworking trainee. But occasionally suffers from extreme mood fluctuations. She took considerable time to adjust to her new life as a trainee in the KMWSC Bakery. With love and attention she turned around. She gradually evolved into a mature and changed person. In May 2018 she completed her training in KMWSC Bakery. As much as KMWSC, Rainbow Foundation too wanted to secure the future of this girl. She successfully secured a job as junior chef at Eat Good Food in a popular eatery near Park Circus. She has joined there from the month of May 2018, with the salary of Rs. 8000/- per month, for 8 hours a day. This is a success story for KMWSC Bakery and we are waiting to see Maya turning into a successful young professional.
KMWSC organized a short farewell gathering in office on 12th May 2018. All the senior staffs shared the experiences with Maya coming to bakery as a trainee. Everyone appreciated the good qualities of Maya and advised her to stick to the good qualities and potentials she has. The Director awarded the certificate to Maya for the completion of bakery course in KMWSC. The Director thanked Maya for completing the course successfully and wished her best wishes for the new bright career in life ahead.