May 24, 2024

Orange Jordan And HTU Alliance To Boost Youth Technologically

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In line with their shared vision to empower youth technologically, Orange Jordan and Al Hussein Technical University (HTU), a Crown Prince Foundation initiative, joined forces and signed an agreement to launch an apprenticeship that spans over 6-8 months.
This step comes as well to boost the students’ readiness to join the labor market. Image Courtesy: Orange Jordan

In line with their shared vision to empower youth technologically, Orange Jordan and Al Hussein Technical University (HTU), a Crown Prince Foundation initiative, joined forces and signed an agreement to launch an apprenticeship that spans over 6-8 months.

Industry sources added that it will aid in the enhancement of the workplace and employability skills of HTU’s students in several technology domains namely Data Science, Data Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Robotic Process Automation, Cybersecurity, and others. It is an initiative that’s in line with boosting the students’ readiness to join the labor market by supporting their keenness for quality and market-driven technical knowledge.

From L To R – Philippe Mansour, Orange Jordan’s CEO, And Prof. Ismael Al-Hinti, HTU’s President

Orange Jordan’s CEO Philippe Mansour and HTU’s President Prof. Ismael Al-Hinti signed the agreement on behalf of both parties.

Industry sources added that on the sidelines of the agreements’ signing, Mansour stressed the vital role that such partnerships play to enable young women and men to be an influential part in the course of the global digital revolution that infiltrates all life’s aspects. Mansour praised the extended partnership with HTU which led to the implementation of numerous initiatives to boost the youth with digital knowledge being an effective means to lead the future.

Prof. Al-Hinti, from his side, stressed the crucial importance of working together with Orange Jordan,  to provide the HTU’s students with the best education and training. He also asserted that Orange Jordan’s efforts to promote digital skills and help young females and males pursue their career paths are perfectly aligned with the vision of HTU in this arena.

Orange Jordan supported numerous initiatives and activities at HTU including the sponsorship of the National SUMO Robot Contest which was organized by HTU in 2023 at the King Hussein Business Park with the participation of 150 teams, 600 students, and more than 50 educational institutions from all over Jordan. Industry sources also affirmed that it has also sponsored the E-sport competition in Ramadan. In the year 2022, Orange Jordan inaugurated the Digital Village at HTU to provide students with a set of digital educational and entertainment solutions to enrich their digital knowledge.

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