Former Beneficiary Teaches in Singapore

Kathleen Joy Molina, a former CMSP child beneficiary was recently hired as a
Kinder 1 English Teacher in Singapore. A talented and musically-gifted Christian, she is the eldest and only girl among 3 siblings. She and her younger brother were brought to the CMSP Children’s Village after the death of their mother. CMSP became her second home and provided her basic needs. She received full support for her education from elementary until she finished college with a degree of Bachelor in Elementary Education major in Early Childhood at Harris Memorial College in 2013. She eventually passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) of that same year. As a diligent student, she received special awards during her elementary and high school years.

After college graduation, Kathleen served as a Volunteer at the Children’s Village and worked as Program Assistant-Education for two years. She continued to develop her God-given talents and teaching skills. Later on, she accepted the call to serve as a Pre School teacher at the U.P. Church of the Risen Lord (CRL) for one year. Her growing enthusiasm for teaching young children gave her the opportunity to work in another country. In answer to her prayers, she was finally hired as a Kinder I English Teacher at PAP Community Foundation (PCF-Government) in Singapore last July 2016. Congratulations and God bless you!

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