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Hamad Al-Humaidhi, AUB Chairman
Hamad Al-Humaidhi, AUB Chairman

AUB reports net profit of $442.1 million for 9 months

Company supports Tech Summer Camp

KUWAIT: Zain announces its support for the Youth Power Tech Summer Camp 2024, organized by the Computer Science Department of the College of Science, Kuwait University. This initiative aims to enhance young people’s digital skills through a variety of engaging workshops and activities in tech-related areas during the summer. The initiative is a result of the shared vision between the Computer Science Department and Zain to cultivate a digitally capable generation, with a focus on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields that are increasingly prioritized by today’s markets.

The program is organized in collaboration with the Women’s Cultural and Social Society, Al-Sayer Holding Group, and Marina FM. It is supervised by faculty members and assistant faculty members from the Computer Science Department, the College of Science’s Computer Science Club, and the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training’s Hemma educational volunteer program.

Youth Camp empowers students of all ages.
Youth Camp empowers students of all ages.

The Youth Power Tech Summer Camp aims to empower 100 middle school, high school, and university students who are passionate about technology through daily workshops, training sessions, and panel discussions. These activities cover topics such as robotics, coding, sensors, artificial intelligence, machine learning, cybersecurity, data privacy, and more.

In addition to technical skills, the initiative focuses on developing interpersonal skills like leadership, teamwork, critical thinking, effective communication, and problem-solving. These skills are essential for personal and professional success and help prepare students for their future careers. This unique experience aims to foster students’ passion for technology and encourage them to pursue STEM careers. It also highlights the effective partnership between the public and private sectors in empowering the next generation of innovators in Kuwait.

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