Posted on September 06, 2015

Injaz Qatar a non-profit organization and member of Junior Achievement Worldwide, has hosted an annual appreciation event for sponsors, volunteers and corporate partners at the W Hotel Doha recognizing their contribution to Injaz’s work  inspiring and preparing young people to become Qatar’s future business leaders.

Sheikha Hanadi bin Nasser bin Khaled Al-Thani, Chairwoman, and Emad Al-Khaja, Executive Director, Injaz Qatar, led the event recognizing the successful completion of the academic year 2014-2015 for Injaz and the input the event attendees had given as tutors, mentors and financial contributors. The appreciation event guests, comprising of leading business and academic figures, were presented with certificates and awards and were joined by Injaz Qatar’s Board Members and staff.

Commenting on another successful year at Injaz Qatar, Sheikha Hanadi said: “Injaz has experienced a further period of growth helping prepare the next generation of business leaders - supporting Qatar’s National Vision. We continue to do this by introducing programs like work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy to the country’s young people about to enter employment. As part of this process we invite companies to participate as sponsors and volunteer mentors on these programs with a view to preparing our future leaders in the best possible way. Today’s event is the perfect opportunity to thank our supporters for their incredible contributions which are greatly appreciated by Injaz and our students.”

Injaz Qatar hosts appreciation event 2 [qatarisbooming.com].jpgExpressing his gratitude to the volunteers and corporate partners, Emad Al-Khaja, Executive Director, Injaz Qatar added: “We are delighted to see all of the people behind Injaz Qatar’s success sitting under one roof. Our volunteers and partners are the main reason why we are able to continue to develop our work year on year – we are incredibly appreciative.  Their contributions are a great way of giving back to the Qatari society, as we all aim to educate the young students and help them throughout their journey into employment. It is our hope that the cycle will continue, with the students of today becoming the volunteers and partners of the future, continuing the proud tradition of giving back to this community. Today’s event is our way of saying thank you”.

Since its inception in 2007, Injaz Qatar has inspired and prepared young people to succeed in a global economy. Injaz Qatar has delivered its programs to more than 19,000 students across 45 schools and 6 universities and it has promised to continue this work as long as there is potential in the market. 75 corporate partners and over 500 corporate volunteers contribute to the high quality, personal development programs Injaz Qatar is known for. 

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