HE the Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani yesterday met Somalia’s Foreign Minister Yussef Jarad Omar Ahmed. During the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries, means of boosting them and enhancing prospects for co-operation, in addition to a number of issues of common concern.
HE the Minister of State for Defence Affairs Dr Khalid bin Mohamed al-Attiyah met Somalia’s Defence Minister Abdirashid Abdullahi Mohamed. The meeting reviewed military co-operation between the two brotherly countries and ways of supporting and developing them.
Qatar Career Development Centre (QCDC) has opened registration for its Summer Career Camp 2017.
High school students will be offered a stimulating experience that will assist them in making informed academic and career decisions.
The camp will take place over the course of two weeks, from July 9 — 20, at the Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) Student Centre, between 8am to 2pm.
The camp is open to both boys and girls, with separate classes for each group.
The QCDC camp will feature a variety of activities and educational programmes, as well as workshops to provide students with practical skills and knowledge that will inspire them when planning their academic and career paths.
Career guidance workshops will also empower and build students’ confidence towards better decision making.
The camp offers opportunities for site visits and job shadowing programmes at leading organisations in Qatar, providing participants with first-hand knowledge of workplace environments, and insights into career and professional life, which will help them match their abilities and skills with various career choices.
The camp will also familiarise students with Qatar’s labour market dynamics and the future needs of the nation.
It will feature a variety of recreational, sports, and educational activities.
Participants will attend a series of handicraft workshops that aim to equip students with a wide range of personal and life skills as well as to bolster their self-confidence, communication skills, and teamwork among other skills that will come in use when entering the professional world.
Students will then have the opportunity to showcase and sell the work created during the handicraft sessions at a special exhibition before the end of the Summer Career Camp.
The exhibition’s proceeds will be donated to a charitable organisation, raising awareness of social responsibility and the importance of contributing to the community.
Registration for the Summer Career Camp 2017 is open online through QCDC website until July 7, 2017.
Applicants should register as soon as possible to guarantee their participation, as places are limited and can only be secured by paying the registration fee.
Registration fees are reduced if applicants register before June 15 or more than one sibling student applies.
Summer Career Camp is one of several initiatives organised by QCDC, a member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development to guide Qatari youth into making informed decisions that reflect positively on their academic and professional futures.
A site visit as part of a previous QCDC Summer Career Camp.
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