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DUBAI – A new program has been launched to train and prepare Emirati youngsters for their professional career ahead.
The Intaleq program is part of the Dubai Sports Council’s efforts to empower members of the community and seeks to prepare the nation’s youth to work in any sector of their choice by providing them with the necessary skills and expertise, and familiarising them with the functions of a workplace.
Registration for Intaleq 2019 is open now and interested students and youngsters, aged 16 to 23, can register until June 20 through Dubai Sports Council website.
Announcing the program, Saeed Hareb, Secretary General of Dubai Sports Council, said: “Since its establishment, the Dubai Sports Council has placed great importance on preparing Emirati nationals for their professional careers ahead, to work not just in the sports sector, but any sector of their choosing.”
Saleh Abdulla Al Marzooqi, Director of Dubai Sports Council’s Corporate Support Department, added: “In the Intaleq 2019 program, we given students the option to train at different times of the year because we understand different students might have different obligations and circumstances might not allow him to attend a summer-specific career training program.
“The obligations of every student are different, depending on programs at school or university. He might be busy with a summer course at his university or school, for example. So we want to keep our program flexible and support students with different options. This year, we are also targeting schools and universities to join the programme,” he added. GAD/Expat Media
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