Alba to train inJAz Bahrain students
Manama, February 5, 2012
Aluminium Bahrain (Alba), ranked as one of the largest aluminium smelters in the world, recently welcomed a group of students from inJAz Bahrain for a two-week long internship programme.
The students are being placed in different departments across the organisation throughout the two-week internship programme.
During their time in Alba, they are expected to learn about each department’s responsibilities, gain insights into day-to-day operations, learn how challenges – if any – are overcome, and how departmental goals are tied up with organisational goals.
Alba is one of a select group of companies that is part of inJAz Bahrain’s ‘Company’ internship programme. It allows young students the opportunity of gaining exposure to work environment in leading companies in Bahrain, and learn firsthand of their success stories.
“Bahrain’s future growth depends upon the investments we make in the youth of today. They are the leaders of tomorrow whose decisions will impact the economic and industrial life of the future,” said Laurent Schmitt, Alba’s chief executive.
“We are proud of the work inJAz Bahrain is doing in making all of this possible and in ensuring that today’s students emerge as tomorrow’s leaders.”
inJAz Bahrain was established in 2005 as a non-profit organisation dedicated towards developing young peoples’ understanding of the economy and how business operates. – TradeArabia News Service
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