• Publication date: July 19, 2017

Adopt a School Project with MBC Al Amal

Safeer Al Amal in Saudi Arabia is a project involving six programs targeted at high school students. The project includes: It’s My Business, Success Skills, Personal Economics, Personal Finance, Company Program, and Steer Your Career.

(Dubai- mbc,net) Safeer Al Amal in Saudi Arabia is a project involving six programs targeted at high school students. The project includes: It’s My Business, Success Skills, Personal Economics, Personal Finance, Company Program, and Steer Your Career.

 These courses promote the three INJAZ pillars of work readiness, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship by introducing practical training and basic knowledge of economics and business.  Around 1,440 students participate in Safeer Al Amal in three regions across Saudi Arabia.

The Adopt a School project in Lebanon has two elements: setting up smart learning centers and implementing INJAZ Lebanon curriculum.

The project will support smart learning centers in three Lebanese schools to modernize the school facilities to include smart board technology, computers, and an overall improved classroom experience.

Through the MBC Al Amal Adopt-a-School project, 750 students will participate in the following INJAZ programs: It’s My Business, Personal Economics, Entrepreneurship Master Class, and Be Entrepreneurial. These classes provide critical business knowledge and practical skills so that youth can be better prepared to enter the work force.

The Adopt a School project in Egypt impacts students at three schools through implementation of INJAZ Egypt curricula, teacher and administrator training, and school facility upgrades.

Courses again adhere to the three focus areas: work readiness, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship. INJAZ Egypt will collaborate with the American University in Cairo to customize training for teachers and administrators to enhance teaching strategies and effective school management.

Facility upgrades will ensure that the physical environment is conducive to learning by identifying key renovation priorities to address. This may involve improvement of outdoor areas, classrooms, electric or plumbing infrastructure, and/or computer labs.