Awais Bhatti is a former student of CARE High School #1 and the Access to English Language Program. After completing his matriculation from CARE 1, he continued his education at Punjab College with assistance from CARE’s scholarship program. Later he obtained a Bsc from Government College Lahore and applied for masters following which he was offered a job as a Biology professor at Punjab College. Within a few months, he was promoted and is currently the Head of Biology Department. He is now pursuing MPhil at the University of Punjab.
Muhammad studied at City District Government Boys High School Harbanspura and obtained First position in his Matriculation (Science) board exam. He received a B.A. in English Language & 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 also worked as an Access Trainer and Teacher while employed at CARE. Currently, he is working as a History and Geography teacher at the International School in KSA.
Kamal Siddique did his matriculation from CARE -1 High School in Iqbal Town, District Sheikhupura. With the help of CARE’s Scholarship Program, he completed his M.Sc. in Chemistry from Government College University. He has worked at DESCON, Servis and Unilever as a Quality Assurance Officer. Kamal recently launched his own firm called Hygiene Professionals which aims to improve the hygiene standards of corporate businesses.
Hamid attended CARE’s J.A Zaman School and remained a star pupil in the Access program. He refers to it as “a life changing” experience. He was awarded Best Delegate at two CARE MUNs and also participated in the prestigious LUMUN, ACUMAN and LGS MUN conferences. He graduated from Islamia College Lahore and is currently serving as Assistant Head for CARE’s Access and Marketing departments.
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) and did FSc from Islamia College Civil Lines, Lahore. He attended CARE’s Access to English Program in 2008 and regards the program as one of the most “fruitful” things that ever happened to him. Currently, he is a Captain in the Pakistan Army.