Mu’taz Sandoka, 17 years old from Wadi al-Joz, has always had a passion for art and design. After hearing about the VTC from his uncle, a VTP alum himself, Mu’taz enrolled in the carpentry program in Beit Hanina. Seeing how highly skilled his son was in carpentry, Mu’taz’s father decided to open up a carpentry business so that Mu’taz could continue his work after graduation. He began working for friends and relatives and promoted his work on social media sites like Facebook. His primary work is now in the workshop and he has been able to secure a very good monthly salary with his work. In gratefulness for his training and the support of the VTC, Mu’taz hopes to one day provide training for new VTC students
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