DWC High School career campaign editorial featured in “The National”/ UAE

DWCHS students develop workplace skills and explore career opportunities

15-year-old Azza Al Juwaied, who plans a career in medicine, gets a real-world perspective by working in a centre for people with special needs

15-year-old Azza Al Juwaied, who plans a career in medicine, gets a real-world perspective by working in a centre for people with special needs

Logo100Twenty eight students from DWCHS participated in Amali Watani, or “my work is my country” to get a sense of careers that they may be interested in pursuing. The programme’s goal is to  match the skills of young people to the actual careers that are available in the Emirati job market. A big part of what they learn is teamwork, communications, and a good work ethic. Read the entire story in The National by clicking here.

 



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