Zaha Cultural Center employs 2,000 young trainers — director-general

Zaha Cultural Center
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AMMAN — Director-General of Zaha Cultural Center Rania Subaih said that, since its establishment, the center has sought to promote development in the Kingdom by providing useful programs and infrastructure, Ammon News reported.اضافة اعلان

Through the center’s programs, initiatives, and activities that contribute to the empowerment of youth and the development of their skills and abilities in various fields, Subaih said, it has employed nearly 2,000 unemployed young people, providing them with opportunities to work as trainers within the centers.

The center is keen to implement Royal directives in the areas of youth empowerment, training, and employment, she said, noting that the center’s employment opportunities increased this year, with training vacancies advertised via social media.

Zaha Cultural Center, with 24 branches across the Kingdom, provides services to 1,250,000 beneficiaries. The center provides 120 free programs in the arts, sports, humanities, and more. The center also seeks to combat programming illiteracy. In 2005, the center began working in the field of robotics and artificial intelligence, she said.

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