Injaz Bahrain has launched a “Young CEOs Programme” as part of its initiative to encourage students to become entrepreneurs by providing them with skills needed to succeed in the local economy, reported the Gulf Daily News,
Non-profit organisation Injaz Bahrain won a number of awards for its achievements in the areas of compliance, quality, and collaboration at the annual awards events recently held by Injaz Al-Arab in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Injaz Bahrain, a non-profit organisation which trains Bahraini youth to become work-ready, expects to help 100,000 students by the end of the current academic year.
At a special event celebrating the organisation’s 10t
Injaz Bahrain students are set to enhance their communication and presentation skills through a series of specialized workshops conducted in partnership with Gulf Petroleum Industries Company (GPIC) and Bapco.
More than 100 studen
Injaz Bahrain and HSBC have partnered for the fifth consecutive year to deliver the More than Money initiative, an innovative programme which equips Bahrain’s youth with the basic financial literacy skills they need in the 21st century.
Injaz Bahrain, a non-profit organisation which readies young Bahrainis to succeed in a global economy, said 338 students from 13 government secondary schools have so far benefited from its “Job Shadow” program for the current academi
Injaz Bahrain, a non-profit organization which aims to inspire and prepare young Bahrainis to succeed in a global economy, has extended its programs to primary schools in Bahrain for the first time, starting from the current academic year 2012-2
More than 100 teachers from the Ministry of Education attended an orientation workshop held by inJAz Bahrain, with an aim to facilitate the delivery of programmes at schools.
The orientation, which was held at the Sheraton Hotel f
inJAz Bahrain, a non-profit organisation which aims to inspire and prepare young Bahrainis to succeed in a global economy, recently organised a special luncheon in recognition of the ongoing collaboration with the Ministry of Education.
inJAz Bahrain, which aims to promote a culture of business innovation among Arab youth, has organised an internship programme for 34 students from five schools and the University of Bahrain.
The internship programme is offered to students