Here’s Aimee’s second issue. We hope you’ve decided to stick around with us. In this issue we’ll be sharing with you bits and pieces revolving around Aimee’s concept,
with a small sprinkle of fun.
We’re all about benefiting youth, by making sure that their achievements rightfully highlight their capabilities. So a resume, especially for fresh grads, might not fairly reflect one’s potentials properly.
There’s more to every person than just their “Resume”. At the end of the day it’s a written piece of paper that sums up your education and maybe a few jobs you’ve taken... Read full article
We’re really happy to have Donner Sang Compter as the first organization to launch a Page with Aimee.
There's a lot of inspired youth out there. All they need is a push and someone to believe in them. Aimee does both.
Here are two powerful messages for young adults to follow their inner passion and succeed just like these two did.
“I’m 21, I started way too early, and honestly the earlier the better. It’s never a bad time, though, ever.”
Check out the full interview
Martín remembered all the times he watched the Iron Man triathlon, hoping that one day, he will be amongst those athletes crossing the finish line.
Read Martin’s story
“What if I told you that, every single day that kids go to school, they become less intelligent.” says Eddy Zhong, a successful technology entrepreneur.
Do you agree with that? He does have a great point, we’re just saying, though.
Catch you next issue!
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