“Business Challenge Program” embodies an innovative concept of training through the “Computer Simulation Training” technique, which will be given to Al-Jweideh school students through six sessions. Students will use an online simulator program that will allow them to create and manage their own companies and perform financial transactions and trading. The students will be supported by volunteer mentors from Aramex, who have been trained by INJAZ.
On this occasion, Mr. Ala’a Alsoudi said, “Sustainability is a strategic priority for Aramex and is embedded in our business operations and management model. Investing in education as a means for youth empowerment is a key focus for Aramex and is one of our six sustainability pillars. INJAZ is committed to youth entrepreneurship and professional skills development. We share their values and are pleased to partner with them in this endeavor.”
Muhannad Jarrah, Executive Director for INJAZ Skills Building Program, acknowledged Aramex unique effort contributing to the graduation of skillful students who will become active leaders and decision makers.