Around 600 high school students from across Qatar participated in Qatar Career Development Center’s (QCDC) ‘Career Village’ at the Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) Student Center.
The two-day event which concluded on Thursday also brought together representatives from leading Qatar-based companies and institutions from sectors including education, finance and business, energy and manufacturing, communications, health, municipalities, environment, media, and security.
The event was designed to familiarise high school students with career opportunities across various sectors, as well as the dynamics and challenges of Qatar’s diverse labor market.
Exhibitors presented a series of interactive workshops, simulating real work practices to offer practical and hands-on experience and knowledge about career fields that will enable them to best serve their country.
Students participated in a range of interactive activities at the Career Village
Khaloud al-Mannai, head of programmes, QCDC, said students learned about career opportunities that support the growth and progress of Qatar and help address the main challenges in the labor market.
“I would also like to thank the exhibitors for introducing the students to professions across their various departments, thus empowering the youth to contribute to the prosperity of the Qatari labour market."
Exhibitors offered students insights into a range of work fields, as well as the scholarships and training programmes they offer. Participating organisations included: the Ministry of Interior, the General Authority of Customs, Qatar Airways, Qatar Rail, Qatar News Agency, Qatar National Bank, the Qatar Banking Studies and Business Administration Independent School, Hamad Medical Corporation, RasGas, The Center for Geographic Information Systems at the Ministry of Municipality and Environment, Qatar Media Corporation, Ooredoo, Texas A&M University at Qatar, College of the North Atlantic-Qatar, Qatar Biobank, the Career Services Center at Qatar University, INJAZ Qatar, the Permanent Committee for Drugs and Alcohol Affairs, Qatar Scientific Club, and Total.
Career Village is one of several initiatives organised by QCDC, a member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, to guide Qatari youth into making informed decisions that reflect positively on their academic and professional futures.
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