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Jerusalem Insurance honors students enrolled in internship program

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Vice-chairman of Jerusalem Insurance’s board of directors, Mohamed Alayyan (right), and the general manager of the company, Imad Morrar (left), speak to students involved in an internship program. (Photo: Ameer Khalifeh/Jordan News)
AMMAN — The Jerusalem Insurance Company recently honored university students participating in a four-week practical internship program that kicked off at the King Hussein Business Park in Amman.اضافة اعلان

The program, which included 20 male and female students studying various majors at Jordanian universities, focused on developing their skills and helping them gain professional experience in the labor market.

The training opportunities for the students were paid and promoted through the company’s social media platforms, according to a statement from Jerusalem Insurance.

The vice-chairman of the board of directors, Mohamed Alayyan, and the general manager of the company, Imad Morrar, gave speeches congratulating the students and the training staff and praising their efforts.


(Video: From Jerusalem insurance company youtube channel)  

More than 200 students applied for the program, 20 of whom were selected after interviews were conducted by a specialized committee comprised of the company’s employees.

The trainees were given a three-day training course that was launched at King Hussein Business Park, during which they were acquainted with the Jerusalem Insurance Company and basic information about insurance by the company’s managers.

The students were then assigned to different departments at the company, according to their specializations.

The Jerusalem Insurance Company also awarded the students with certificates and crowned three winners of an “innovation” award presented for the best creative ideas.

The innovation competition required trainees to submit their creative work plans and present them in a distinctive style.

 The three winners award were given cash prizes, with the first place winner receiving JD500, the second place student receiving JD350, and the third place student receiving JD200.

Vice-chairman of the board of directors, Mohamed Alayyan, praised the students’ efforts and quality of ideas, as well as their innovative presentations.
General Manager, Imad Morrar, said: “We believe that young people are the future; therefore, we have established a set of initiatives, the most important of which is receiving university students on an annual basis and giving them training courses.”

Morrar stressed that the company annually brings in a number of students to conduct training courses, particularly courses that are required for graduation.
He added: “We started again receiving applications from various university students and within certain majors, and in the first course we focused on innovation.”

Morrar noted the company’s intent to organize more annual internship programs to prepare young people for the labor market and help them improve their skills.

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