|ACK signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with LOYAC Private Training and Consulting Company (LOYAC) aiming to cooperate with local nonprofit organizations. According to the MoU, ACK & LOYAC agreed to consult with one another to identify potential opportunities for mutually beneficial education collaboration.
This agreement is in line with the objective of both parties to serve the community, hence the MoU focuses on developing opportunities in the areas of volunteering, internships, workshops, seminars, career fairs, professional development programs and much more. Both parties believe that such cooperation will enhance the growth and the development of both institutions while expanding opportunities for their respective students and young beneficiaries in all communities of Kuwait.
In addition, the MoU will enhance the value of the professional internships and volunteer work among the youth and encourage ACK students to join these programs and activities.
The signing ceremony was attended by ACK President, Professor Isam Zabalawi and Assistant to the President for Support Services, Eng. Sager Al-Sharhan –and the General Manager, Mr. Al Razi Albudaiwion behalf of LOYAC.
Commenting on this agreement, Professor Isam Zabalawi, President of ACK, stated: “ACK highly values the role played by the LOYAC to serve the Kuwaiti community, especially in empowering its young people to be effective, productive and to be inspired by the vision of “New Kuwait”.
From his end, Mr. Al Razi Albudaiwi, General Manager of LOYAC stated: “We thank ACK for their valuable contribution to the LOYAC Student Empowerment Program, which reflects the College's management's keenness to share their 15-year success with the Kuwaiti society through collaboration with civil society in the field of youth empowerment. Thanks to this high sense of community responsibility and the partnership approach of higher education institutions in Kuwait, LOYAC has been able through the program to provide scholarships to high school students to enable them to continue their education and contribute effectively to building our society”.
Posted on Dec. 22, 2019