Amal Academy is a Stanford University-funded startup launched by a team of Acumen Fund and Stanford MBA/MA alums. The goal of Amal Academy is to help marginalized students realize their career dreams, specifically by providing them with professional training (e.g., communication, etiquette, problem-solving, etc.) and industry linkages. Also, develop reputable corporations through training and placement services.
My journey of Amal Fellowship started in Feb 2021. So, I also had a curiosity about this fellowship, what I will learn from here that I can implement in my life and grow myself professionally. 21 March 2021 was our first class. Amal Academy’s…
My experience of Amal fellowship was very incredible. Now I feel that everything is possible and easy because I caught up too much positivist through fellowship.
When I joined this fellowship I was very passionate But after the first PW, I felt I can’t do this hard work. However, many times I thought and planned to leave this fellowship. But my inner voice and my soul always inspire me to learn.
Learning of first two weeks:
In the starting weeks, I faced many difficulties because I was unaware of Google classroom, Google docs, and many other things.
Amal academy is…
“What we focus on outside is a reflection of what we feel inside.” Anonymous
I have learnt a parcel in this 3 months period. I fair adore each and each single portion of this cooperation. Begin two weeks, I learned with the astounding knowing yourself action to be able to live a life of reason as I accept that life without a reason isn’t a life worth living. I have changed myself in to a certain boy and autonomous person by learning the viewpoints of issue tackling, objective setting, efficiency and group work among numerous others. I respect all the…
I’m Nabeel Shahzad and studied Engineering at the University of Gujrat and I’m extremely thankful for all my success to you as a Mentor, teacher, and friend.
I hope you’re doing well! The university year is finishing up and I wanted to write you to thank you for everything you have done for me. I really enjoyed your class and learned so much from it. I was so excited to have you as a teacher and cannot thank you enough for your mentorship.
As you know, this past year was difficult for me for a lot of reasons…
The Pomodoro Technique is a time management system that encourages people to work with the time they have rather than against it. Using this method, you break your workday into 25-minute chunks separated by five-minute breaks. These intervals are referred to as Pomodoro. After about four Pomodoro, you take a longer break of about 15 to 20 minutes.
I have also experienced this technique in my task of the office today. It has really increased my work productivity.
Because when I used this technique, my brain remained fresh and I was able to focus more on my work. …
Career Counseling is a process that will help you to know and understand yourself and the world of work in order to make career, educational, and life decisions.
In Pakistan, students tend to face a number of difficulties while choosing a career path. That is largely because of the lack of availability of career counselors in different institutes and colleges. Students in Pakistan tend to make decisions based on what their peers and elders recommend which makes them confuse and puts them in a dilemma where they cannot think for themselves anymore. …
True success is all about working towards meaningful goals and dreams
AMAL academy providing thoughtfulness at this critical time in our lives. I would like to express my gratitude towards them for their amazing tips and contribution
The Totkay’s by Amal are mentioned below:
★Go out of your comfort zone
★Create new habit
★Ask people for help
★Fake it until you make it
Muslims of India experienced the expression of the sword in the War of independence in 1857 which failed to accomplish their goal and reviving the glorious Muslim rule. On the contrary, the services rendered through pen cultivated thoughts in the masses facilitated them in releasing their strength to overcome weaknesses and motivated them cherished their dreams. Allama Iqbal stood distinguished in this regard. He experienced intellectual growth and conveyed and nurtured his thoughts to the Muslims of India to understand and strife for their separate identity. …
Fixing Stuff Around Yourself
“We all make mistakes, but what matters is how we go back and fix them”
Fixing stuff is not a big thing but can you imagine this fixing stuff will makes you a leader. oh, you think what is this bull shit? but I tell you. you become a leader very easily.
So the basic question is what is a leader? the only answer that came to your mind was that to run an organization, run a business, or some of like that. But I am sorry to say you are wrong.
A true leader is…