QP renews membership to INJAZ
Thursday, Dec 27, 2012

In line with its strong commitment to the development and empowerment of young people in the country, Qatar Petroleum (QP) has renewed its membership in the Board of Directors of INJAZ Qatar by handing over a cheque representing its corporate contribution in the organization’s annual operating budget.

QP’s support to INJAZ Qatar was under the directives of His Excellency Dr. Mohammed bin Saleh Al-Sada, Minister of Energy and Industry and Chairman & Managing Director of QP.

The cheque was delivered today by Mr. Abdulrahman Abdulla M Al-Obaidly, Public Relations and Communications Manager of QP, to Mr. Raymond Obeid, Operations Manager of INJAZ Qatar.

“QP is proud to support the full range of programs of INJAZ Qatar as it continues its mission of inspiring and preparing young people for them to be fully equipped with the right skills and be highly successful in the global economy,” said Mr. Al-Obaidly.

“QP has been a member of the INJAZ Board since 2010, and our corporate contribution for the fiscal year 2012-2013 reflects our strong commitment in helping achieve the organization’s objectives and in making a positive difference in the lives and future careers of young people in Qatar,” he added.

Established in 2007, INJAZ Qatar works with the business community, corporate volunteers and educators in the training the youth to be ready for the realities and challenges of the global economy.

The organization’s programs and activities focus primarily on entrepreneurship, work readiness and financial literacy, thus empowering young people with the confidence, skills and ambition to succeed. Since its inception six years ago, INJAZ Qatar has already reached out to over 8,000 students from over 20 schools and universities throughout the country.

Source: Qatar Petroleum

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