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Promoting authentic friendships, supporting life transitions, and equipping men for career and educational opportunities

Men's Iftar

The PLI Men’s Program is hosting a Men’s Iftar meal on April 14th at 7:00pm in the PLI parking lot.

After breaking the fast together, we will hear from an academic scholar regarding various perspectives on prayer. Following this there will be table discussions around the topic of prayer.

Join this diverse community of men from around the world.

Registration is required.

Men's Iftar

Thursday, April 14th, 2022

7p

Childcare is offered

as space is available

A small tuition / fee
is required.

Men's Iftar

The PLI Men’s Program is hosting a Men’s Iftar meal on April 14th at 7:00pm in the PLI parking lot.

After breaking the fast together, we will hear from an academic scholar regarding various perspectives on prayer. Following this there will be table discussions around the topic of prayer.

Join this diverse community of men from around the world.

Registration is required.

Sign Up
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Men's Iftar

Thursday, April 14th, 2022

7p

Childcare is offered
as spots are available.

A small tuition / fee
is required.

Men's Iftar

The PLI Men’s Program is hosting a Men’s Iftar meal on April 14th at 7:00pm in the PLI parking lot.

After breaking the fast together, we will hear from an academic scholar regarding various perspectives on prayer. Following this there will be table discussions around the topic of prayer.

Join this diverse community of men from around the world.

Registration is required.

Sign Up
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Thursday, April 14th, 2022

7p

Childcare is offered
as spots are available.

A small tuition / fee
is required.

Community

We promote authentic friendships with men in the community through sharing a meal and conversation. We support them in life transitions and expand their networks. We equip them for a better life and employment within the U.S. through career and educational development opportunities.

For more information on Men’s Community Group, call 713-969-8906 or email programs@prestigeinsitute.org

Community - Men

Thursday

7:30 pm

Childcare is offered

as space is available

A small tuition / fee
is required.

Community

We promote authentic friendships with men in the community through sharing a meal and conversation. We support them in life transitions and expand their networks. We equip them for a better life and employment within the U.S. through career and educational development opportunities.

For more information on Men’s Community Group, call 713-969-8906 or email programs@prestigeinsitute.org

Sign Up
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Community - Men

Thursday

7:30 pm

Childcare is offered
as spots are available.

A small tuition / fee
is required.

Community

We promote authentic friendships with men in the community through sharing a meal and conversation. We support them in life transitions and expand their networks. We equip them for a better life and employment within the U.S. through career and educational development opportunities.

For more information on Men’s Community Group, call 713-969-8906 or email programs@prestigeinsitute.org

Sign Up
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Thursday

7:30 pm

Childcare is offered
as spots are available.

A small tuition / fee
is required.

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Raza

Men's Community

Finding a similar job to what I had in Afghanistan was hard for me. I was an engineer in Afghanistan. I applied for some jobs, but I was not able to get a similar job. After a while, I got a certificate in testing concrete. It wasn’t a job that I wanted, but it was in the construction area. In Texas, engineers have to have a license, which is not required in Afghanistan. Now I have to study some different subjects. It was a big challenge for me, but I did not give up. I started again with going to college. First I had to take English classes, after that, I started my college level classes. In 1.5 years, I have more than an associate degree. I am over half way to overcome this big challenge.

Sohaib

Men's Community

I first got to know PLI when I took my wife for an interview at PLI. She began working as a teacher in the childcare program. This was our start. Because I have to drop her and pick her up, there was an opportunity for me too to know PLI too. PLI was very helpful for me. The resources that PLI provided for me and my family was great. I was able to know people at PLI. I was able to make connections and make new friends. I made new connections with both people from my own country and Americans.

Waseem

Men's Community

It was sad for us to have a new baby here in the US, without our family. One of the happiest moments that my wife had was when PLI had a baby shower for her. It was an experience that I will remember for the rest of my life. In Afghanistan, when a baby is born, friends and family celebrate together. We had been thinking about this and how we don’t have many relatives. But, PLI provided this to cover those things that we expected. It was more than we expected. It was a very good experience for me.

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