Batelco backs Bahrain varsity career day
Manama, March 8, 2011
Batelco, the leading telecom service provider in Bahrain, will be the main sponsor for University of Bahrain’s (UoB) Career Day.
This is the 12th year that Batelco will participate in the event and the company’s eighth year as the main sponsor of the event which will take place at the university’s Sakhir campus from March 21 to 23.
Batelco’s career day stand, which will be the biggest at the annual event and it is expected that around 800 students will visit the stand every day to meet Batelco industry experts who can answer questions and give advice based on their years of experience in their respective fields.
Batelco will also offer a special package designed with students in mind during the event.
“Career Day provides the perfect opportunity for university students to find out more about careers in the telecommunications industry as well as the wider job market,” said Batelco’s group general manager HR Shaikh Ahmed Al Khalifa.
“The event will provide a clear picture for all students about the career prospects available at Batelco, and what kind of qualifications Batelco looks for. Batelco’s HR personnel will also demonstrate how to apply for Batelco careers online,” he added.
Prof Dr Ali Mansour Al Shehab, UoB vice president for community service & alumni affairs, said: “The continued sponsorship of this event has created a unique relationship between the university and one of the major companies in Bahrain, which will surely contribute to further boosting mutual cooperation.” – TradeArabia News Service
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