KUWAIT: National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) concluded the second session of the Summer Internship Program 2017. The session ended by a visit for the trainees to Kuwait airways head office to learn more about the aviation industry.
The trainees had the chance to know more about the tasks, route structures, technology and costs for this evolving industry. The trainees also visited Kuwait International Airport where they had a tour in one of the aircrafts and were introduced to the pilot’s cabinet and the basic tasks of the crew.
The aim of this visit is to enrich the students’ knowledge. It’s worth mentioning that, the Summer Internship Program this year is made up of different sessions, five-hour daily over two weeks each.
The program features a mixture of theoretical and practical training dedicated to provide the interns with valuable knowledge on a variety of subjects such as: teamwork, creative thinking, the means of self-expression and modern banking, in addition to helping them having a greater exposure to daily banking work procedures.
NBK’s Summer Internship program following sessions start on 30th of July and 13th of August respectively. This annual program demonstrates NBK’s long-standing social involvement as well as its national commitment towards providing young generations with the appropriate opportunities to experience how the actual professional banking issues and transactions are handled and processed.
It has been 16 years since the establishment of this program. NBK views the Summer Internship Program as an extension to its educative initiatives and as part of its corporate social responsibility.