Muhammad studied at City District Government Boys High School Harbanspura. He obtained First position in his Matriculation (Science) board exam. He received a B.A. in English Language and Literature and a B. ED from the Access Micro Scholarship Program. He worked as an Access TA at CARE from 2008 to 2010, and an Assistant in the Access Department for three months. He’s also worked as an Access Trainer and Teacher while employed at CARE. He’s currently a History and Geography teacher at the International School in KSA.
CARE takes a lot of pride in having a graduate like Widat. She recently won First Place in an Oil Painting competition at the Express Education & Career Expo. Students from 20 universities across the country got to test their skills in various trades. Widat is not only a superb artist, but also an exceptionally generous person. She is currently a Fine Arts student at LCWU and will soon join CARE as an Artist to help with our Creativity, Culture and Education (CCE) program.
Zain attended Government Dar Ul Furqan Boys High School, located in Begum Pura near UET. Zain started of his career working in CARE’s IT department and was promoted within two years. He’s currently working at a consulting firm called TARR Consulting Pakistan as an SAP Administrator (ERP Software). When he first started school, he could not read or speak English. He believes that his education gave him a chance to improve. His proficiency in the English language has greatly benefitted him both professionally and socially. He is planning to start his own business soon.
Abubakar completed his Matriculation from New Lahore Cantt Public High School in Harbunspura. He obtained a B.S. in Math and Computers from the Pakistan Military Academy (PMA). He did his FSc from Islamia College Civil Lines, Lahore. He attended CARE’s Access to English Program in 2008. He is currently a Captain in the Pakistan Army. He believes that CARE’s Access program was one of the most “fruitful” things that ever happened to him. “It provided me with the right ambiance to enhance myself,” he said.
Shahbaz attended CARE’s Access To English Program at Sheranwala Gate, Lahore. He obtained a B.S. in Business Accounting and Finance from GC University, Lahore. He also worked with CARE as a volunteer twice as a Teacher Trainer. He has also taught English classes at various institutions. He is currently a Commissioned Officer in the Pakistan Air Force. He believes that CARE played a key role in strengthening both his communication skills and confidence.