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PARTNERSHIP BRIEF

Christie’s First Exhibition In Jeddah

  • How we turn students into entrepreneurs.
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Empowering Young People to Own their Economic Success

INJAZ UAE

A Member of Junior Achievement Worldwide

Work readiness. Entrepreneurship. Financial literacy.

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About Junior Achievement Worldwide

School/University student learning how to build his work-readiness skills as part of INJAZ UAE’s Job Shadow Day program – Abu-Dhabi 2013

Work readiness. Entrepreneurship. Financial literacy.

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About JuniorAchievement:

Junior Achievement Worldwide (JAW) is a non profit business education organization – a partnership between the business community, educators and volunteers – working together to empower young people to own their economic success.

Serving schools and universities, it is dedicated to giving youth the knowledge and skills they need to plan their professional future and make smart academic and economic choices. JAW’s programs focus on work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy — to ignite the spark in young people to learn and experience the opportunities and realities of work and life in the 21st century.

JAW is known as INJAZ Al-Arab in MENA and as INJAZ-UAE in the United Arab Emirates. Each country office forges local partnerships and works to offer programs that respond to local educational and economic needs, while representing the worldwide tried and tested model.

Profile

Mission

  • Empowering young people to owntheir economic success

EUROPE

Students: 3,049,278

Volunteers: 130,008

Classes 133,177

Reg. Members: 37

USA

Students: 4,230,036

Volunteers: 187,207

Classes 183,171

Reg. Members: 132

Purpose

  • Inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy
  • World’s largest and fastest growing non-profit business education organization. 121 offices. 10.1 million students annually

MENA

Students: 289,473

Volunteers: 7454

Classes 6811

Reg. Members: 14

Reach

AMERICAs

Students: 1,190,782

Volunteers: 51,466

Classes: 39,167

Reg. Members: 32

  • Connects corporate volunteers to youth to train them in work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy

Model

AFRICA

Students: 200,355

  • Volunteers: 2665

Classes: 5631

Reg. Members: 18

ASIA/PACIFIC

Students: 1,117628

Volunteers: 24,015

Classes 29,307

Reg. Members: 23

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

Partners

Target Group

  • 11-24 year-old students for MENA

www.jaworldwide.org

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How JAW Works:

With the help and support from educators, it works to link corporate volunteers to students at schools and universities to train them on work readiness, entrepreneurial, and financial literacy skills. Programs are delivered free of charge to students due to its corporate support model, making JAW the fastest growing non-profit business education organization in the world.

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About INJAZ - UAE

Student practicing her win-win negotiation skills as part of the JA Success Skills program – Dubai 2012

Work readiness. Entrepreneurship. Financial literacy.

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The Job Market 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 educational sector is unable to keep up with the pace of development and demand for skills.” The World Bank

“.. an increasingly large number of youth will require educational opportunities that do not yet exist in either quantitative or qualitative terms.” The World Bank

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

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

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About INJAZ UAE:

  • INJAZ UAE is a member of Junior Achievement Worldwide. It started piloting programs in 2005 in partnership with the Ministry of Education, then expanded to include the Higher Colleges of Technology in 2007. To date, it added five more universities and works with over 30 schools.
  • INJAZ UAE’s image is positive, inspirational, and appealing to both businesses and educators. We represent youth and their future careers.
  • INJAZ – UAE Goals:
    • Increase the skills of Emirati youth and their participation in the economy
    • Encourage Emirati youth to take initiative and become entrepreneurs
    • Enable Emirati youth to plan their career through volunteer mentoring activities
    • Link Emirati youth with successful role models from the private sector
    • Give UAE corporations an opportunity to shape their future workforce
  • Key Achievements and Reach in UAE:
  • 23,433 Emirati youth reached since 2005
  • 43 schools in Dubai, Abu-Dhabi, al-Ain
  • 17 School/University level campuses
  • 15 plus business partners
  • 60 participating companies
  • 100 plus media and press appearances
  • 11 JA programs offered
  • Other Important Facts:
    • 80% of youth reached are UAE nationals
    • 64% of youth reached are females
    • 35% of youth reached are at universities
    • 15% of youth reached in 2012/13 are from the Northern Emirates and al-Ain
    • 7 Cities served

School/University student team proudly manning their sales booth at the Annual Company Program Competition – Abu-Dhabi 2012

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Steady Growth:

INJAZ UAE’s growth is credited to educators effort and trust in the impact of our programs as well as the active role of our business partners who provide corporate volunteers and financial support.

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Importance of Corporate Volunteers

    • Corporate volunteers bring real work knowledge and skills that are relevant to youth’s education and professional future. Volunteers sign up by attending a 30 minute orientation first, and depending on their program selection, are then required to attend a training to ensure a successful and engaging experience . INJAZ UAE provides the training, materials, and guidance to its volunteers.
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INJAZ UAE’s Board Level Partners

2012-2013 Business Partners:

2012-2013 Student Team Champions:

2012-2013 In-Kind Partners:

INJAZ UAE’s in-kind Supporters:

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INJAZ UAE Programs

  • * One day volunteer activities
    • How programs are delivered:
    • All programs are developed by Junior Achievement Worldwide and follow its model of volunteer based participation and corporate engagement. Programs are piloted, then localized to reflect the country’s economic activities, culture and language where necessary
    • Program impact is measured through Junior Achievement evaluation templates and Pre-Post tests that measure learning outcomes and impact for extended programs
    • JAW evaluation tools that are used: An attitudinal assessment, a pre and post evaluation for students completing extended programs, and a volunteer/teacher survey
    • Detailed program briefs are available upon request
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Program Impact – Attitudinal Survey Results

92% reported that the things they learned with INJAZ UAE will help them get a good job in the future

87% reported that the things they learned will help them be successful in life

88% of participants said they have confidence they could compete successfully in a business environment

84% reported that INJAZ UAE taught them how to manage their money

83% of participants said that participating in INJAZ UAE helped prepare them for the world of work

60%of Company Program participants said that they’re more likely to consider starting a business in the future

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Program Evaluation Results for 2012/2013:

Innovation Day Camp (I-Camps)

  • After participating in I-Camps, 50% of students enrolled in other programs within the same year:
  • 52% went for a Job Shadow Day visit
  • 16% participated in the Company program, which resulted in 19 student teams from 7 cities competing at the Annual Company Program Competition
  • 32% went for other Work Readiness Programs
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Parent Testimonial:

  • “All educational, government and private institutions ought to adopt and support INJAZ-UAE in everything they need; and I urge them to do so immediately. This is because of the program’s ability to nurture our daughters’ abilities and personalities. My daughter’s ideas have changed a lot after her experience with INJAZ. She was shy and through INJAZ, that shyness and hesitation disappeared. Her self-confidence increased and she started taking the initiative and expressing her ideas, as if a challenge spirit was instilled in her. INJAZ shared the responsibility of raising my daughter in a very professional way, which made a big positive difference in her current and future life insha’Allah.
  • INJAZ ought to organize meetings, focus groups with parents, students and volunteers who experienced the program as well as school administrators for its effect on students. INJAZ’s school reach is not enough compared to the overall number of students and schools in the country. It is a project that invests in people – an unparalleled opportunity. It deserves full support. As much as I would like to thank them, it will never be enough.”
  • Mrs. Souad Ali Obaid
  • Mother of student MinwaAbdool
  • Dubai - 2011
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How Can INJAZ UAE Support Educators

Middle grade students learning the importance of creativity as part of the Entrepreneurship Masterclass program - Dubai 2006

Work readiness. Entrepreneurship. Financial literacy.

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Why INJAZ UAE in the Classroom?

INJAZ UAE’s unique model provides the training programs, materials and the support necessary to bolster the chances for students’ future economic and career success.

In partnership with colleges and universities, we help arrange for business volunteers and local business leaders to visit classrooms for a workshop, a few sessions, or throughout the semester, depending on the chosen program(s).

Volunteers share their experience with students, transferring sound economic and work readiness principles, which can reinforce your class curricula. This helps open students’ minds to their potential and prepares them for the workplace.

Supporting Educators Achieve their Goals

Student from UAEU about to test their marketing skills at the Annual Company Program Competition

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Why this is important:

  • Youth in the UAE lack the skills needed for securing the right jobs in the private sector, let alone considering self-employment and starting a business as a future career option. This requires educators and business partnerships to come together in bridging the gap
  • Youth may not be developing the right mindset due to the lack of exposure of the private sector and its requirements. Learned practical skills and business knowledge raises youth’s awareness and improves their readiness for the job market
  • Most professional training programs address post graduates, which may be too late in creating the transferrable skills and attitudes needed to succeed in the workplace

Mr. Anas Bukhash, a young entrepreneur addressing youth as part of the Steer Your Career Program.

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Roles of Participating Parties

Dubai Women's College students getting ready to start their first Job Shadow Day experience - 2013

Work readiness. Entrepreneurship. Financial literacy.

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Role of Participating Parties:

  • Provide JA Programs and materials
  • Provide volunteers and access to companies
  • Match volunteers to college/School/University
  • Provide support, information and tools
  • Support educators and address inquiries
  • Collect evaluations and report
  • Communicate updates, notices, dates, etc.
  • Schedule meetings and follow-up calls
  • Take attendance and M&E
  • Issue certificates and organize events
  • Highlight success stories
  • Secure internship opportunities
  • Engage students in programs and opportunities
  • Help raise awareness amongst faculty / students
  • Share academic schedules and calendars
  • Support faculty and students enrolled in INJAZ UAE
  • Provide workshop and/or classroom venues
  • Support out of campus program activities
  • Support INJAZ UAE team and provide feedback
  • Encourage corporate volunteers
  • Help coordinate activities with INJAZ UAE
  • Shortlisted for JA Educator of the Year Award
  • Attend appreciation events
  • Attend orientation and training
  • Role models, mentors
  • Experienced resource
  • Facilitator of the learning experience
  • Source of motivation and enthusiasm
  • Deliver programs, track progress
  • Share success stories
  • Identify star students
  • Host Job Shadow Day visits
  • Provide guidance and strategic input
  • Fund programs and activities
  • Provide corporate volunteers
  • Support injaz team and volunteers
  • Host Job Shadow Day visits
  • Provide internship opportunities
  • Provide job opportunities
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Return on Investment

  • Benefits to Students:
  • Impact: Pre & post tests and evaluation of our programs consistently show impact on students knowledge, skills, and professional attitudes
  • Professional training: INJAZ UAE helps enhance student’s job opportunities and competitiveness as a result of improving their knowledge and skills
  • Better trained workforce: Supporting INJAZ UAE is an investment in your future employees, customers, and business leaders
  • Benefits to Country and Economy:
  • Job market: Partners supporting INJAZ UAE will have an impact on youth communities - creating the professional and entrepreneurial spirit we aspire to have in our future workforce
  • Emiratisation: INJAZ UAE programs support job diversification strategies through impactful, experiential programs and training – with business role models and private sector involvement
  • Economic impact: Reaching out to youth today to learn skills while they’re still in schools and universities has long term economic impact
  • Benefits to Companies and Volunteers:
  • CSR opportunity: Gives local and multi-national companies the opportunity to be directly involved in well aligned CSR activities
  • Team engagement: Corporate volunteers have the opportunity to give back by sharing their knowledge, experience with youth - thus bridging the gap with the professional world. Volunteers also gain skills as they engage with their mentees

ZU student team interviewed as part of the panel discussion with the Company Program Judges - 2012

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What’s next?

  • We kindly invite all educators that see the value and benefit of INJAZ UAE programs to contact us to confirm the selected programs for your group of students and to schedule an orientation with the designated INJAZ team members. This year, we’re offering college and School/University level students the following programs:
  • Innovation Day Camp – this is the starting point all students. It’s a great way to introduce INJAZ UAE model of learning and interaction with the volunteers. It also allows faculty members to filter students to the next set of programs, which are:
  • JA Company Program
  • Steer Your Career Program
  • JA Job Shadow Day
  • Star students from either tracks will be selected for internship and/or linked to start-up opportunities.

Mr. Anas Bukhash, a young entrepreneur addressing youth as part of the Steer Your Career Program.

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Conclusion:

  • Help us make an investment in youth today to secure a better economic future for all.
  • Thank you for taking the time to review this packet. We welcome the opportunity to discuss any details and are ready to address any inquiries.
  • For more details, please contact:
    • Mr. Hassan Al-Zidi
    • Operations Manager
    • INJAZ UAE
    • +971 50 600 8773
    • hassan@injazuae.org

HCT student team at the Annual Company Program Competition held in partnership with the Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development