Never Stop Learning
this period of sudden educational disruption, INJAZ Qatar continues to
facilitate learning opportunities for young people. INJAZ Qatar has
successfully implemented a number of online programs under its three Pillars:
Entrepreneurship, Work Readiness, and Financial Literacy, reaching 92,000
students since its inception. By adapting to changes imposed by the COVID-19
pandemic, it has been able to prove its capabilities.
programs were delivered online as a new way to enhance the involvement and interaction
of the students with several companies. INJAZ Qatar was initially interested in
the creation of the first global virtual Innovation Camp “INJAZ Outside
Boundaries” which was founded by INJAZ Al Arab and funded by the Citi
the help of volunteers and INJAZ team members, around 200 students from various
countries in the Mena region worked together to find innovative solutions to
the educational and health care challenges created by the COVID-19 crisis. It
has been delivered to many other programs. The curriculum “Maharat Min
Google” has 3-4 hour sessions for more than 150 high schools and
university students; as well as the immersive system “Head Start” in
partnership with Al Khor Girls Center.
runs its first Citibank Online funded Digital Innovation Camp. Student teams
were provided with the opportunity to work collaboratively over three days to
tackle a specific COVID-19 pandemic business challenge. These projects aimed to
improve young people’s career prospects, provided visual features to inspire
them and train them for the workforce.
Qatar and INJAZ Al Arab have partnered together in collaboration with Boeing
International to introduce a virtual regional innovation camp. We addressed a
Boeing STEM-based company opportunity, designed entirely by Boeing and
delivered by the Boeing CSR department to the students.