Watch the students and staff at Learn to Earn step up to take on the Dance of Brave challengeSubmitted by MyPressportal Team
The bright-eyed and eager team of Learn to Earn are whipping out their dancing shoes to share their take on the Dance of Brave challenge. Learn to Earn is a skills development and job creation group that aims to help develop people, particularly unemployed people, and uplift their lives socially, economically, emotionally, and spiritually.
Based in Khayelitsha and Hermanus, their skills development and training centres strive to eradicate unemployment and other legacies of injustice in SA by uplifting the local community and individuals who need their assistance to unlock their full potential. Since 1989 their team has have trained more than 10 000 unemployed people with market-related skills.
As for what bravery means to their students, this is what they had to share...
The word ‘brave’ to me means courage, it means being strong, it means getting out of your comfort zone, facing your fears, and going for what you believe in.
- Anele Gwente, Student
Showing courage through fear – because fear will always be there. So, it’s just defying the odds of fear – just going for what you want.
- Thembalethu Mafuna, Student
Watch below as the Learn to Earn ambassadors dance to the beat of ‘We Will Rise’ for the Dance of Brave challenge and celebrate how far they’ve all come these past 18 months. Mzansi's Leading Schools take on the Dance of Brave Challenge (24.com)
Find the dance tutorial and entry details below:
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To celebrate and commemorate just how far we have come as a country, we want you to get up and dance, as we rise together to beat this virus. Weekly cash prizes to the tune of R5,000, are up for grabs when you submit your dance video. Three will be selected as overall winners: one by a nationwide public vote who will win R20,000 and two chosen by the panel of judges and The Ndlovu Youth Choir who will win R10,000 each - one for the best individual or family and one for the best school or organisation. Find the dance tutorial and entry details at https://partners.24.com/BeBraveMzansi/index.html
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