Ooredoo Kuwait hosts ‘Tomorrow’s Leaders’ in their seventh season In collaboration with MGRP, Kuwait Lawyers Society
Ooredoo Kuwait hosted a special training workshop for ‘Tomorrow’s Leaders’, a summer program aimed at training and developing the skills of law graduates in cooperation with the Manpower Restructuring Program (MGRP) and the Kuwait Lawyers Society. Speaking at the workshop, Ooredoo’s Chief Corporate Legal and Regulatory Affairs Officer
Dr Yousef Al-Selili has congratulated the trainees on their achievements, saying: “At Ooredoo, we always seek opportunities to support youth in various areas, we believe that investment in the youth is an investment in the future. This is one of the pillars of our Social Corporate Responsibility.”
He added: “We are pleased with the success of the previous phases of the program, which enters its seventh season this year. In this season we focused on promoting personal and scientific skills in the field of law and won the support of law offices, banks, and other private sector establishments in Kuwait.”
At the end of the workshop, Dr Selili led an interactive session with the trainees in which several legal issues were discussed and various stimulating competitions were held, with the participants winning valuable prizes in appreciation of their efforts.
Tomorrow’s Leaders aims at building a distinguished generation of legal practitioners by introducing youths to the applied aspect of law after their theoretical studies. This is done through various activities like internships, visits to the legal departments of public and private entities, and courses in human development and law delivered by specialists. The program also seeks to promote the culture of volunteering among the youth. The program’s team consists of young men relying only on their personal efforts.
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