Gulf Bank hosts LOYAC students in summer internship program

August 4, 2015 3:36 pm

LOYAC students

Gulf Bank announced today the commencement of its summer internship program orientation for LOYAC students, held at the Gulf Bank’s Training Center, ‘Durrat Al-Khaleej, which produces a range of specialist packages and training programs as part of its policy of investing in encouraging staff expertise. Program to begin on August 4th and will continue for a one month period.

The Program will host 20 students who will be spending the upcoming month training at various Gulf Bank branches, to experience day to day bank activities and gain hands on experience and knowledge.

Salma Al Hajjaj, Gulf Bank’ General Manager, Human Resources highlighted the importance of the Bank’s internship programs, stating: “We at Gulf Bank believe in the importance of supporting the young generation and in paving the way for them to begin their career and successful future. Supporting LOYAC is one of the activities we hold to provide students with intensive training courses as well as practical site visits”

Gulf Bank is committed to empowering Kuwaiti youth and focusing on opening up opportunities to young Kuwaitis and creating meaningful roles and challenges that allow them to build a career, and in doing so, to contribute to the country’s economic progress.

Caption: Group photo of the LOYAC Interns during their orientation day with Mrs. Salma Al-Hajjaj, General Manager, Human Resources at Gulf Bank at the Bank’s Durrat Al-Khaleej Training Center

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