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Education           SectorPrivateSector                INJAZ-Saudi                   Arabia
Facts: “The Challenge”    McKinsey    • “The GCC countries have a unique demographic mix with more      than 40 % of its p...
Is education onlytheoretical?
Does the Educationsystem teach the requiredskills?
What do HR headslook for?
MISSION:To inspire and prepare Saudi    youth to succeed in a global, knowledge based          economy.
VISION: To deliver pioneer, hands-on programs   to 250,000 male & female Saudistudents in metropolitan cities by 2018,    ...
2010    2011     2012Students       3,085    9,571   18,380Schools         25       60      154Universities    1        3 ...
ISA Programs Focus:
A part of JuniorAchievements Worldwide  • Established in 1919  • 127 Countries  • 320,000 volunteers  • 352,300 classes  •...
International Funders                        14
Injaz Al-Arab: Regional Office   • Founded in 2004 in Jordan.   • 14 Arab countries.   • Students number reached 150,000 i...
Regional Funders
INJAZ-Saudi Arabia         Launched in 2007 by NCB in cooperation with Injaz  ISA:   Al-Arab.         Established in 2009 ...
INJAZ-Saudi Arabia Board:         Mr. Abdulkareem Abu Alnasr (Chairman)               Eng. Mohammed Abdullatif Jameel     ...
National Partners
Leadership        Program     Success Skills         Braille     Success Skills                        Work Readiness     ...
ISA Localized Programs
INJAZ-Saudi Arabia’s Aim      Entrepreneurs       Necessary Skills                  Work Ready                    Saudi   ...
INJAZ-Saudi Arabia Programs:         Entrepreneur             -ship            • Totally FREE of charge   1               ...
Kingdom-wide                                                2018   Tabuk                                250,000 Student ki...
MOUs
2010
2011
2011       29
•   2nd Best Company of the Year Award•   Most Developing Company Award•   Self Confidence Excellency Judges Recognition  ...
• Provide male and female volunteersCollaboration •       2012 sponsorship:Opportunities   – Main Sponsor                –...
Become a member of the “Kawader” consortium                   – which is an initiative to prepare 10,000 Saudi            ...
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  1. 1. Education SectorPrivateSector INJAZ-Saudi Arabia
  2. 2. Facts: “The Challenge” McKinsey • “The GCC countries have a unique demographic mix with more than 40 % of its population younger than 15 years.” Banque Saudi Faransi • 39.3% of Saudis between the age of 20 and 24 was unemployed in 2009 – up from 28.5% in 2000, according to data of the Central Department of Statistics & Information (CDSI). World Bank • The GCC educational sector is unable to keep up with the pace of development and demand for skills.
  3. 3. Is education onlytheoretical?
  4. 4. Does the Educationsystem teach the requiredskills?
  5. 5. What do HR headslook for?
  6. 6. MISSION:To inspire and prepare Saudi youth to succeed in a global, knowledge based economy.
  7. 7. VISION: To deliver pioneer, hands-on programs to 250,000 male & female Saudistudents in metropolitan cities by 2018, in partnership with the business community, educators & volunteers.
  8. 8. 2010 2011 2012Students 3,085 9,571 18,380Schools 25 60 154Universities 1 3 25Cities 1 2 6Programs 5 6 13Volunteers 49 127 730CompanyProgram 5 21 54 11
  9. 9. ISA Programs Focus:
  10. 10. A part of JuniorAchievements Worldwide • Established in 1919 • 127 Countries • 320,000 volunteers • 352,300 classes • Reaching 10,000,000 students annually!
  11. 11. International Funders 14
  12. 12. Injaz Al-Arab: Regional Office • Founded in 2004 in Jordan. • 14 Arab countries. • Students number reached 150,000 in 2010.
  13. 13. Regional Funders
  14. 14. INJAZ-Saudi Arabia Launched in 2007 by NCB in cooperation with Injaz ISA: Al-Arab. Established in 2009 as a stand alone entity with an independent management, budget and offices. Today, is building its organizational capacity, to become register–ready as soon as the applicable regulation arises.
  15. 15. INJAZ-Saudi Arabia Board: Mr. Abdulkareem Abu Alnasr (Chairman) Eng. Mohammed Abdullatif Jameel Dr. Abdulraouf Mannaa Eng. Waleed Al Banawi
  16. 16. National Partners
  17. 17. Leadership Program Success Skills Braille Success Skills Work Readiness Personal Life Planning Personal Economics Personal InvestmentBe Entrepreneurial Financial Literacy Entrepreneurial 2012-2014 Programs Sponsorship Master Class I-Camp Company Program ISA Community Program Entrepreneurship20 Business Leaders Campaign
  18. 18. ISA Localized Programs
  19. 19. INJAZ-Saudi Arabia’s Aim Entrepreneurs Necessary Skills Work Ready Saudi Generation Private Sector Life Skills Expectations
  20. 20. INJAZ-Saudi Arabia Programs: Entrepreneur -ship • Totally FREE of charge 1 • Delivered by private sector volunteers 2 Financial Work Literacy Readiness • During school hours 3
  21. 21. Kingdom-wide 2018 Tabuk 250,000 Student kingdom- Sharqiah wide annually! Riyadh Jeddah 24
  22. 22. MOUs
  23. 23. 2010
  24. 24. 2011
  25. 25. 2011 29
  26. 26. • 2nd Best Company of the Year Award• Most Developing Company Award• Self Confidence Excellency Judges Recognition 30
  27. 27. • Provide male and female volunteersCollaboration • 2012 sponsorship:Opportunities – Main Sponsor – Dinner Sponsor – CEO of the year Award – Most Innovative Company Award – Best Marketing Plan Award
  28. 28. Become a member of the “Kawader” consortium – which is an initiative to prepare 10,000 Saudi male & female students for the job market by equipping them with the tools and skillsCollaboration necessary and sought after by the private sector. The initiative is to be done in allianceOpportunities with selected private sector entities, the Ministry Of Education, and the Ministry Of Labor: – Student Stage: Middle to High School Level (Grades 9 - 11). – Sponsorship level= 3 keys 3 years consortium membership.

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