KAMCO Investment Company, a leading investment company with one of the largest AUMs in the region, joined Kuwait Projects Company (Holding) – KIPCO - in their collaboration with INJAZ-Kuwait in hosting a ‘career mixer’ workshop titled “Head Start”. During the event, which took place at the Gulf University of Science and Technology (GUST), KAMCO’s team met with students from the college of Mass Communication to provide insights and assist them in their future job interviews.
The event brought together select organizations, including KAMCO and several KIPCO Group companies. Representatives from each participating organization gave a brief background about their companies and respective hiring procedures. The purpose of the career-oriented workshop was to provide students with the necessary tools to develop and strengthen their job interview skills. KAMCO’s support in this workshop is in line with the Company’s corporate social responsibility commitment to support the education sector in Kuwait.
Commenting on behalf of KAMCO, Ms. Danah Al Jasem, Vice President and Head of the Marketing Department said, “We are pleased to have played a role in this workshop as it helps empower and support the future generation towards achieving their career goals. We, at KAMCO, aim to have a proactive role in shaping, developing and assisting the youth in making suitable career choices based on their desires. We would also like to acknowledge KIPCO for involving us in their continuous support and drive towards the local youth.”
Ms. Al Jasem added, “We are always on the lookout for different opportunities to support the local youth and assist them in obtaining the resources and tools they need to have a more prominent and secure future. Youth empowerment falls in line with our corporate social responsibility strategy that primarily focuses on health, education and the environment. We will continue to seek new ways to integrate our commitment towards our corporate social responsibility initiative within our community, paving the path for the future generations.”