INJAZ Summer Camp for Students Completes

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INJAZ Bahrain Successfully Completes Summer Camp for Students

INJAZ Bahrain successfully concluded the latest edition of its summer camp, in partnership with its valued board companies. The ‘INJAZ Bahrain Summer Camp 2017’, held during July and August, witnessed the participation of over 350 students and 55 volunteers from Bahrain’s primary and secondary schools as well as university interns.

INJAZ Bahrain’s Summer Camp 2017 delivered hands-on activities and programs to participants and is designed to equip students with the skills and practical experience to implement in real world business scenarios. Held at the premises of INJAZ Bahrain’s partnered companies, the camp additionally supports INJAZ’s dedication to providing valuable volunteering opportunities.

Additionally, as part of its summer activities, INJAZ Bahrain participated in the annual 2030 Youth City event in its seventh year. The event, organized by Bahrain’s General Organization for Youth and Sports (GOYS), provided the platform for INJAZ Bahrain to offer its signature Company and ICAMP programs.

Commenting on the success of INJAZ Bahrain’s summer initiatives, Ms. Hana Sarwani, INJAZ Bahrain’s COO, said: “INJAZ Bahrain is dedicated to providing Bahrain’s youth with exciting and educational initiatives aimed to equip them with the skills and tools to succeed as Bahrain’s future business leaders. We are proud of the positive response of our Board companies, for their participation as well as of our dedicated volunteers for contributing to making this summer a resounding success.”

INJAZ Bahrain is a non-profit organization established in 2005 as part of Junior Achievement Worldwide, aimed at inspiring and preparing youth to succeed in a global economy. INJAZ Bahrain programs focus around three pillars: Entrepreneurship, Financial Literacy, and Work Readiness. The programs are offered by hundreds of volunteers from across the private sector institutions every year. Over the past 12 years, more than 130,000 students benefited from the 15 programs that the organization offers.