The Servant Professional

This seminar will share lessons the speaker has learned over the years, some the hard way, and many others like most people, the way everyone else does things. The seminar will present the Islamic perspective of a career, how it links to one's eternal vision. It will also touch on some of the priorities young professionals need to balance in their lives and how to balance these priorities, tips to deal with stress and empower oneself.

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Inshaa Allah ILIA will be providing a community seminar at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County on an Islamic perspective of transitioning from college to career. As undergraduates embark on their career journeys many question arise in their minds. They are often presented with many choices and options, some more tempting than others, some more rewarding than others, some involve popular brands or trends, while others are unique in value and quality. Where does one start? How does one decide? How does one make decisions? How can one be efficient? What should one do to get a jump start? Be happy? Make a change? Start a life?

This seminar will share lessons the speaker has learned over the years, some the hard way, and many others like most people, the way everyone else does things. The seminar will present the Islamic perspective of a career, how it links to one’s eternal vision. It will also touch on some of the priorities young professionals need to balance in their lives and how to balance these priorities, tips to deal with stress and empower oneself.

  • Date: Thursday, April 15th, 2015
  • Time: 6:00 pm – 7:50 pm
  • Audience: Adults 19+
  • Location: University of Maryland, Baltimore County
  • Speaker: Ayman Nassar

Event is free, paid parking on-site – registration is required below

Servant Professional