In an effort to attach college students with native companies and put together them for getting into the labour market, Intelaaq, Tamkeen’s scholar enterprise consultancy programme, organised a workshop entitled “Innovation” in partnership with the Bahrain Development Bank.
The workshop welcomed Intelaaq present college students and alumni who consisted of a choice of Bahrain’s Business, Media, Graphic Design, and Communication current Bahraini graduates and undergraduates, from totally different native and worldwide universities.
The most important function of the workshop is to assist college students to develop into revolutionary within the software of data, creativeness and initiative in deriving larger or totally different values from assets, together with all processes by which new concepts are generated and transformed into helpful merchandise.
The viewers engaged with enterprise specialists, the place the session started with primary discussions of enterprise elements, and was additional expanded by going into extra particulars relating to the implementation of artistic options and concepts while additionally showcasing examples of progressive enterprise concepts.
Tamkeen’s Student Business Consultancy programme, “Intelaaq”, goals to construct bridges between the tutorial information of scholars and the necessities of companies in Bahrain by equipping college students with work-prepared competencies and specialised information.
“Intelaaq”, a A-month college students’ enterprise consultancy programme, additionally goals at reworking college students’ information into sensible software. The Programme’s eligibility requires that college students are both of their third or fourth-yr of undergraduate research and it’s open for current college graduates.
Applications are open for the second batch of Intelaaq scholar consultants; all college students and recent graduates are invited to submit their purposes to [email protected] by the twenty third of February 2016.
After submitting the appliance, if the candidates meet the Programme’s necessities, they are going to be a part of one-on-one interviews for additional screening to measure their readiness and suitability for the Programme.
Source: Press Release