(MENAFN - Arab Times) More than 150 students participated in National Bank of Kuwait's (NBK) Summer Training for university students in Kuwait.
NBK initiated the Summer Training Program for university students as part of its endeavors to provide young Kuwaitis the opportunity to develop their skills, gain valuable corporate experience and learn firsthand about banking.
"NBK is fully committed to providing training and career development programs as part of its corporate social responsibility," said Emad Al Ablani, NBK Deputy General Manager, Human Resources Group. "We are keen to utilize all our potential and expertise to support a national workforce."
Al Ablani added: "we are pleased to see the number of Kuwaiti students willing to gain banking skills and benefit from the opportunities provided annually by NBK during summer season increasing year after year."
NBK Summer Training program provides hundreds of training opportunities for Kuwaiti students.
In addition to the Summer Training program for university students, NBK regularly organizes the Summer Internship Program for high school and college students.
More than 400 students participated in the Summer Internship Program for 2012. The five hour daily sessions featured a mixture of theoretical and practical training dedicated to providing the interns with valuable knowledge on a variety of subjects including team work, creative thinking, means of self expression and modern banking procedures, in addition to providing interns with greater exposure to daily banking practices and norms.