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Executive Summary

The National Paid Internship Program, Jusur, was launched by Moomken organization in collaboration with the Economic and Social Development Council. It aims to address skill gaps among 25 graduates from Tripoli University in fields like Languages, IT, Economics, Political Science, Management, Media, and Engineering. The program offers three months of comprehensive training, including theoretical learning and practical experience in various companies and organizations.

Moomken’s involvement in the program reflects their commitment to supporting young professionals and providing them with opportunities to grow. By offering paid internships, the program ensures participants can focus on learning without financial worries. The program’s benefits extend beyond individuals, contributing to the development of a skilled workforce and promoting diversity and inclusion.

Introduction

 

This program aims to help graduates by filling skill gaps and providing them with the knowledge and expertise needed to succeed in their careers. In this introduction, we will explore why this program exists, why it is important to Moomken, the issues it seeks to address, the motivation behind its involvement, the benefits it offers to society, and the limitations it may face. Our goal is to highlight the significance of this program in promoting personal and professional growth and making a positive impact on society.

The National Paid Internship Program was created to tackle the challenge of skill gaps among young professionals. Many individuals entering the workforce lack the skills and experiences required in today’s job market. Moomken understands the importance of equipping young professionals with the tools they need to succeed and has designed this program to provide comprehensive training in various fields.

Moomken’s involvement in this program stems from the belief that investing in the development of young professionals is crucial for their growth and for the advancement of society. By offering paid internships, the program ensures that participants can fully focus on learning without financial worries. Moomken is committed to supporting young professionals and providing them with opportunities to gain practical experience and connect with professionals in their fields.

The program’s significance extends beyond individual benefits. Society as a whole stands to gain from the positive outcomes it generates. By empowering young professionals with the necessary skills and experiences, the program enhances their employability, contributing to the development of a skilled workforce that drives economic growth and innovation.

Moreover, the program promotes diversity and inclusion by providing opportunities to individuals from different backgrounds. Embracing diversity allows for a wide range of perspectives, experiences, and ideas, leading to innovative solutions for societal challenges.

While the National Paid Internship Program holds great promise, it is important to recognize the limitations it may face. These limitations may include challenges related to program accessibility, reaching a diverse range of participants, and resource constraints such as funding and infrastructure. Cultural and contextual factors may also influence the program’s effectiveness and acceptance within society. Efforts are being made to address these limitations and ensure inclusivity and sustainability.

Selection criteria

25 New graduates (2020-2023) from Tripoli University in the fields of Languages, IT, Economics, Political Science, Management, Media, and Engineering.

 

Time plan and training schedule

The training program consists of a three-month duration, with the first month dedicated to theoretical learning and the subsequent two months focused on practical training. During the practical training phase, all trainees will be placed in various companies where they will gain hands-on experience and apply their newly acquired knowledge.

NIP ( Jusur ) Started on November 5, 2023, with the participation of a Moomken organization and the Economic and Social Development Council. The orientation day witnessed the presence of several companies and banks that will provide training to the trainees and be part of the project. The event was attended by high-level personalities.

The places selected for the practical training are chosen as follows.

  • Moomken Organization 4 trainees.
  • the Economic and Social Development Council 4 trainees.
  • Vanex company 4 trainees.
  • Alkafela company for insurance 2 trainees.
  • Masarat company 2 trainees.
  • Alzahaf office 1 trainee.
  • Ben Ismael office 1 trianee.
  • Altomi office 1 trainee.
  • Alsrai bank 3 trainees.
  • Arar company 2 trainees.