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AUB concludes internship program for LOYAC students

KUWAIT: Naqeeb Amin and a group of HR employment during the LOYAC students’ honoring.

KUWAIT: Ahli United Bank (AUB) concluded its summer internship program for LOYAC students for 2021, which is held annually in the bank’s head office. The program includes a variety of specialized training and educational courses. AUB holds this program as part of its policy aimed at developing the skills of young and enhancing their expertise in the banking fields.

On this occasion, Naqeeb Amin, AUB’s Human Resources General Manager said, “We have a close cooperation relationship with LOYAC, and in this context, we organized a summer internship program for LOYAC students, whereby we designed for them an intensive training program to help them gain practical experience by engaging in the actual environment of banking business and getting familiar with the work mechanism within the bank different departments. At the conclusion of the program, we grant certificates of appreciation to the students who exhibited commitment and willingness to learn and work during the training course.”

Naqeeb emphasized that summer internship programs are of great importance as they help develop the theoretical aspect delivered at universities through exercise and practical training, to enable students to better understand the nature of work in banking and financial sector.

Naqeeb added, “At AUB, we are committed to support youth through all means, within the framework our integrated training plan, which is concerned with training young national personnel and preparing them to hold specialized positions in banking business. The bank also aims through its prominent role in providing excellent training programs for young people, to maintain its position as a leading banking institution, where it managed to produce many distinguished banking personnel over the course of its years of work since its establishment.”

It is worth noting that AUB launches several initiatives that spread banking knowledge among school and university students. The bank also seeks to interact with young national skilled and talented personnel, develop their knowledge, attract promising elements from them, and encourage them to join the bank’s teamwork in the next few years.


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