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Dubai, 02 October 2019: His Excellency Nasser Bin Thani Juma Al Hamli, Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation, honoured select organisations for their commitment towards the National Program for Students’ Internship & Summer Jobs at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre in Abu Dhabi on 01 October 2019.

UAE Exchange, a leading financial services brand in the UAE and a Finablr company, was one of them and the only exchange house to receive the award. UAE Exchange received the award in recognition of their contribution towards the Emiratisation initiatives and nurturing the young Emirati talent through their internship programme – Taleem.

UAE Exchange Received Mohre Wajehni Award

His Excellency Nasser Bin Thani Juma Al Hamli, Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation, presenting the award to UAE Exchange.

A four to eight weeks internship programme at UAE Exchange, Taleem provides young Emiratis a platform to gain real-time work experience in the financial services sector and an opportunity to earn stipend while studying. The on-the-job training equips the young generation with the necessary skills required to build a career, develop confidence and communication abilities to face corporate challenges, and contribute to the nation’s economy and sustainable development. Around 60 Emirati students graduate every year from the UAE Exchange’s Taleem programme.

Speaking on the occasion, Abdel Kareem Alkayed, Country Head, UAE Exchange-UAE, said: “We have always aligned ourselves with the vision and efforts of the UAE Government towards Emiratisation and have been at the forefront in empowering the young Emirati generation by providing them opportunities to learn and grow. This award is a testament to that commitment and we thank the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation for recognising our Emiratisation programmes. And with the new legislation in place for Emiratisation, we reiterate our commitment to cultivate and nurture the national talent and contribute to the country’s sustainable national development.”