On the sixth day the students headed to elevation burger Al Bidae. There they got to meet with NEST representatives Sara & Saud Al Zamel
NEST, is a non-profit organization from Kuwait whose aim is to donate to provide children in developing countries with books and the necessary tools for education. NEST also sheds insights to the community on the devastating torment in refugee camps and includes field visits to those that are accessible.
Explaining to the students of discovering ones talent
And describing Talent as a recurring pattern of thought, feelings/behavior that can be productively applied. Having the Recurring ability, and drive and passion to do something. It comes from both nature and nurture.
The brain takes the path of least resistance that’s why it’s important to do what you love.
She showed the students how to find their your passion, follow it, and embrace living it. And that they can come to life and become a source of your livelihood.
The session held under the roof of elevation burger in Mishref lasted for 3 hours. The students then got to meet previous generations graduates Ahmed Al Ammar and Abdulla Al Busailli and chancellor Faisal Al Duwaihees whom alongside chancellors Mohammed Al Asfour and Abdulwahab buahimed were going to guide the students in an activity examining the anthropology of areas in local Kuwaiti districts. The messages behind the buildings, it’s architecture and even the vivid and sometimes hidden messages behind Kuwaiti graffiti art. This allowed the students also first hand experience from the previous generations project concrete convo. Whose work can be seen from blood bank in jabriya to Kuwait University Affiliating and collaborating with local Kuwaiti artists .
After a quick lunch hosted by elevation they headed off to fulfil their task all around Kuwait.