Short Biography

Mesloub Amel from Algeria had got University Degree in Translation and Interpretation in September 2011; Baccalaureate degree of Letters and foreign languages ( French , English , Spanish languages) in June 2007; National Institute specializes in training management Algiers Algeria; High level technician in Management Business Law in June 2006. She is working as Personal Assistant of Chief Executive Officer- CEO in ENGTP : National Algerian Company of Great Oil Works from April 2015. Ms Amel has experience of working as Personal Assistant of General Manager, Sale Assistant, Front Desk Officer and Incharge of customs clearance and customs declarations in various organizations. Ms. Amel is an active Member of the American Cultural Center IRC main activities, exchanges and sharing of Algerian and American cultures, improving English skills and a freelance translator, reader and corrector.

How do you motivate the youths living in developing world for the better future?

I know that the society can be very cruel in its judgements and prejudice, and sometimes when a person is exposed to such gossips, it can affect them deeply and may lead to loss of self confidence. I was exposed to such cases in my past. Just because I was a girl who enjoyed having fun, flirting and living my life completely, I was regarded delinquent and immoral. Despite suffering so much from the persecutions, I moved on. My Arabic letters teacher has helped me a lot. Even though I was weak at her module, she believed in me and gave me the courage to continue and pushed me to enhance my competencies as I was very good in foreign languages ( French, English and Spanish). I shared my project to be an interpreter in international organizations with her and she told me to believe in my dreams. From this very day, I promised to myself to concentrate on this project. That’s why, through this opportunity ( OYA OPPORTUNITIES ), I want to help youths BELIEVE IN THEMSELVES , I want to show them that everything is possible if they believed in what they want to be.