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Amal Career-Prep Fellowship
An intensive 3-month fellowship that empowers highly-motivated final-year students with the business skills and industry connections they need to achieve quality employment.
Apply for the 5th batch of the Amal Career-Prep Fellowship here!
Heroes & Skills (A Pakistani Story)
Heroes & Skills is a video series project with the goal of educating millions throughout Pakistan.
In order to impact millions through a library of videos, we are looking for investors/partners.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
to learn more.
Amal works with reputable organizations including the State Bank, Engro, ICI, Packages Ltd, Bank Alfalah and Descon in order to provide corporate training and job placement services.
Benje Williams (Cofounder) has supported entrepreneurs through various roles at Acumen Fund in Pakistan, Kenya and India. He has launched an education IT center in the Nairobi slums, and has worked as a management consultant at PwC in New York, at Dalberg in South Africa and at TechnoServe in Kenya.
He holds a MBA from Stanford University and a BS from UC Berkeley.
Kunal Chawla (Cofounder) previously worked at an Acumen-funded education enterprise in rural India and taught 6th grade science in New Delhi. He helped build Google's online education platform in India and has developed a number of education apps, websites, videos and products in the US.
He holds a MA in Education from Stanford University and a BS from The University of Texas.
Hajira Khan (Program Manager) was an Atlas Corps Fellow, where she worked as a Capacity Building Specialist at Meridian International Center in Washington, DC. She has worked with City & Guilds and the British Council, and was the founder of an Oxford-funded initiative that taught English to underprivileged children in Pakistan.
She was awarded the Active Citizen Award by the British Council and has completed her Bachelor of Business Administration from Kinnaird College.
Sarah Farooq (Program Manager) has worked at Pakistan Microfinance Network and UN Women, UN Global Compact in New York and at a startup (Sanergy) in Kenya. Through these experiences, she has realized the incredible potential of youth for a better future and the power of investing in that potential.
She completed her Masters from Fordham University on a Fulbright scholarship and did her BSc from Lahore University of Management Sciences.
We believe in building a team that believes in building a brighter Pakistan. A team that believes that an educated and employed youth is the critical foundation to achieving that future. A team that agonizes over how incomplete Pakistan's education system is but finds ways the system can be made better.
If you think you could be a part of this team, click here
to learn more.