Doha, March 13 (QNA) – Qatar Career Development Center (QCDC) has wrapped up its Ambassadors Program, which kicked off in October to help preparatory and secondary school students make informed decisions about their academic and professional futures.

The program aims to raise awareness among Qatari youth around professional development and equip students with the necessary skills to enable them to optimize their career and specialization plans, promoting a culture of initiative-taking, creativity and innovation. The months-long workshops focus on positive thinking, communication and life skills, career planning, team work and event management.

“The program’s vision draws inspiration from QCDC’s motto, ‘Your Future in Your Hands.’ It aims to create a motivating and supportive environment for Qatari youth, empowering them to build up their personal capabilities and competencies,” Shaheen Al Sulaiti, QCDC senior operations officer, said.

“The program is an effective tool that contributes to the promotion of youth initiatives and embodies a long-term investment in young Qatari leadership that will play an integral role in paving the way for a prosperous future for our country,” Al Sulaiti added.

A substantial number of students participated in this year’s edition of the program, which featured various activities at Hamad bin Khalifa University’s (HBKU) Student Center at Education City. Female students took part in activities that were organized at their institutions.

The Ambassador Program is one of several initiatives organized each year by QCDC, a member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development. (QNA)

Source: Qatar News Agency