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Empowering young people to own their economic success. www.injazuae.org. 2013-2014. Experience INJAZ UAE Programs . Welcome and Introductions . The Unique Injaz Model. Volunteers. What is a volunteer? Why they are here? What you can learn from them? Why they are special?.

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volunteers
Volunteers

What is a volunteer?

Why they are here?

What you can learn from them?

Why they are special?

our activities
Our Activities
  • 1- From ICAMPS
  • Let’s Play Bingo!
  • 2- JA Career Success: Session One
  • The Team Building Simulation
norms
Norms
  • What conditions help you communicate and collaborate best?
  • Listen to their mentors and each other
  • Participate in all activities
  • Speak when it is your turn
  • Follow all directions
  • HAVE FUN!
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INJAZUnitedArabEmirates

Like usFollow usGet in touch& Get involved

@INJAZUAE

www.injazuae.org

ice breaker bingo
Ice Breaker: Bingo!!!!

Purpose: Fill ALL the boxes with names of people IN THIS ROOM ONLY!

Rules:

1- Use your two part or three part names when you add names to your cards.

2- You cannot add the names of anyone on your table.

3- Any name can appear ONLY twice per sheet.

YOU WIN WHEN YOU FILL IT ALL!

Hind Ali Al Otaiba

ice breakers debrief
Ice Breakers Debrief
  • What did you learn?
  • How does this connect to business? Work?
my personality
My Personality
      • Is my own very special combination of my
  • SKILLS
  • KNOWLEDGE
  • ATTITUDES
  • VALUES
  • …based on my experiences in life up to now
  • … and as I experience every day,
  • my personality is growing all through my life.
my skills
My skills
  • What are you good at?
  • What do you want to learn?
  • Why are skills important for work?
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The Situation

“… soft skills like communication, teamwork, analytical skills and innovative thinking were found to be most important to Arab business leaders who rated them at 90% or above. Only 37% of Gulf CEOs are satisfied with the quantity of skilled students.”

2009 PWC Survey

“The GCC countries have a unique demographic mix with more than 40 per cent of its population younger than 15 years.”

McKinsey & Company

“..the educational sector is unable to keep up with the pace of development and demand for skills.”

The World Bank

“Part of the frustrations of job seekers is a mismatch between labor market requirements and national labor supply.” Mckinsey & Company

“.. an increasingly large number of youth will require educational opportunities that do notyet exist in either quantitative or qualitative terms.”

The World Bank

“Only 54% of Arab CEOs expressed satisfaction with their education systems to produce students with adequate skills.” 2009 PWC Survey

Mckinsey & Company. 2007. Preparing GCC Youth With the Skills to Meet Job Market Needs.

The World Bank. 2008. The Road Not Travelled: Education Reform in the Middle East and Africa.

MBRF & PWC. 2009. Arab Human Capital Challenge: The Voice of CEOs.

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INJAZ UAE is a member of Junior Achievement Worldwide – which forms partnerships between the business community, educators and volunteers — working together to empower young people to own their economic success.

EUROPE

Students: 3,105,753

Volunteers: 102,845

Classes 122,094

Reg. Members: 37

Profile

Mission

  • Empowering young people to own their economic success

USA

Students: 4,089,366

Volunteers: 172,124

Classes 182,811

Reg. Members: 132

Background

  • Junior Achievement (JA) Worldwide is the world’s largest non-profit business education organization

MENA INJAZ al-Arab

Students: 250,000+

Volunteers: 3000+

Classes 4000+

Reg. Members: 12

  • JAW connects corporate volunteers to classrooms and youth to train in success skills, entrepreneurshipand financial literacy

Model

AMERICAs

Students: 1,092,049

Volunteers: 35,697

Classes: 37,522

Reg. Members: 32

Partners

  • Local and multi-national companies
  • Individual corporate volunteers
  • Educators

ASIA/PACIFIC

Students: 1,205,807

Volunteers: 14,992

Classes 30,862

Reg. Members: 23

AFRICA

Students: 132,908

Volunteers: 1,846

Classes: 3,052

Reg. Members: 18

Target Group

  • JA targets 11-24 year-old students
skills we have used so far today
Skills we have used so far today

Trust

Networking

Team discussions

Listening

Meeting new people

more injaz uae programs
More INJAZ UAE Programs
  • Company Program
  • Job Shadow Day
  • Be Entrepreneurial
  • More Than Money
  • Personal Economics
  • Banks in Action
  • Career Success
  • Entrepreneurship Masterclass
  • Steer Your Career
  • Its My Business!
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