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Silatech Signs New Agreements to Support Arab Youth

Her Highness chairs the first meeting of the new Board of Trustees chaired by Her Highness Sheikha Moza Bint Nasser Her Highness “Our commitment to youth continues to help them achieve their aspirations as we tackle the challenge of unemployment through innovative and effective solutions.” Doha, Qatar – Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, Founder and Chairperson of Silatech, chaired …

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Georgetown and Silatech sign MOU for new student internship opportunities

Students attending Education City’s Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q) will soon have the opportunity to earn school credit and gain professional experience through a newly launched internship program at Silatech, a Qatar-based NGO that promotes entrepreneurship and job creation for young people throughout the Arab world, with the recent signing of an MOU between the two organizations. Georgetown students who …

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Silatech, SPARK to Partner on Youth Employability, Entrepreneurship

Silatech and SPARK have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on programs focusing on career guidance, skills and employability, and youth enterprise development in the Arab world. Areas of potential cooperation include educational and training materials, impact evaluation techniques, enterprise databases, civic engagement training, university entrepreneurship programs, online “virtual internships,” psychometric assessment tools to measure entrepreneurship potential, and access …

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New Partners to Support Global Entrepreneurship Week in Qatar

The announcement of Global Entrepreneurship Week in Qatar has garnered interest from various organizations that offered their contribution and in-kind services to GEW events that will be take place during the week of November 12 -18, 2012. First held in 2007, Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) aims to promote job creation, innovation and economic advancement through entrepreneurship. In 2011, over 24,000 …

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