KAMCO sponsors AUK’s 15th Annual Career Fair

KAMCO Investment Company, a leading investment company with one of the largest AUMs in the region, participated in the American University of Kuwait’s (AUK) 15th Annual Career Fair as a gold sponsor. KAMCO regularly participates in the annual event hosted by AUK that serves as an additional platform for students to network and seek employment opportunities with a variety of local companies.

At the event, KAMCO representatives from the Human Resources Department greeted students and alumni who were seeking career advice, internship programs and job opportunities.  On an annual basis, KAMCO offers exclusive internship programs for college students and recent graduates. The programs include on the job training in addition to a learning curve that is structured to add significant value to each intern’s existing talent and intelligence.

Reem Al-Refai, Senior Vice President and Head of the Human Resources Department at KAMCO, said, “We would like to thank the organizers for putting together such an event that serves as a key tool to bridge the gap between employers and young job seekers. Over the years we have witnessed positive effects on employment outcomes and interacted with many talented individuals. Aside from job opportunities, we believe that students attending the event can obtain valuable interview and job search experience from our seasoned professionals.”

Al-Refai continued noted that the department supports educational and youth empowerment initiatives that positively impact the community. These initiatives are inline with KAMCO’s ongoing commitment to support local schools and universities in providing valuable career advice and guidance that will help inspire the future generations.

“With the various platforms available today, employers can begin to guide students at a young age to follow their aspirations and get a better understanding of the opportunities available in the market. Given that, we will continue to participate in events that empower the youth and allow them to make more informed decisions about their desired career paths,” added Al-Refai.