Mini Hembrom is an energetic and dynamic young girl. She got admitted to class XIII. But she could no longer pursue her study. John Hembrom, father of Mini was died 5 years back. Their family consists of 3 sisters and Mother Maria Mardy and she is the second one among the sisters. There is no male member among the 4 members’ family. They built semi concrete house at 6.6 decimal lands at Mohishbathan, Rajpara in Rajshahi. Her father was automobile mechanic (power tiller mending). To say about wealth, they have 1 acres of farming land left by their father in the village. He did hard work day and night. After her father’s death, darkness along with frustration came down to the family. They managed somehow the family from the crops that harvested from 1 acres of land. One day she came to know about information of skill training from Andrias Biswas-IP fellow of Rajshahi. Then she applied to IED for training on beauty parlor and lastly selected. With financial support of IED, she took one year hands on training at Reshmi beauty parlor in Rajshahi. One day she got introduced with the owner of Venas beauty parlor and employed at her parlor observing skills of Mini. Currently she earns Tk.10,000/- in a month. She feels happy to contribute in the family and make deposit rest of the earnings at Bank. Her only dreams that one day she would run beauty parlor. She has shared her desire with her mother and all family members inspire and assist her to start beauty parlor business. Mini said, “I have some savings”. She will start beauty parlor shop taking loan from financial institution. It will be an example to the Adivasi youth if her dream comes true.