Kuwait: Kuwait International Bank (KIB) sponsored a career fair and orientation week for the academic year 2020, which is organized by the College of Business Administration (CBA) Student Union at Kuwait University Al-Shadadiya campus. Taking place from February 9 to 13, the event will be attended by a large group of faculty members, graduates of various colleges, high school students as well as representatives from private institutions.

With a huge list of entities and students participating, the event is considered one of the largest career fairs to take place in Kuwait and serves graduates from the CBA and a large segment of graduates from other colleges in Kuwait University. The career fair gives students and graduates the opportunity to meet with representatives from various companies who provide them with both full-time and part-time job opportunities; thereby helping them launch their careers in an ideal work environment that supports their ambitious goals.

On this occasion, Feras Aldarmi, Deputy General Manager of the Human Resources Department at KIB, said: “Our sponsorship of this event comes as part of our ongoing commitment to participate in career fairs, which reflects our efforts to empower ambitious local youth and attract fresh graduates. By providing them with suitable job opportunities and training programs, we help them improve their professional skills and pave the way for their future career goals.” Aldarmi invites all graduates and soon-to-be graduates of Kuwait University to visit the KIB booth at the career fair. A team from the Bank’s Human Resources Department will be present to welcome visitors, introduce them to job opportunities available for young talents, as well as introduce them to the nature of the working in a bank and how to join. At the booth, the KIB team will also provide graduates with valuable advice on how to choose the most suitable career.

It is worth noting that KIB participates in a number of career fairs and exhibitions throughout the year, as part of its leading social responsibility program. The Bank aims at empowering youth through supporting them and investing in local talents. Accordingly, KIB has opened its doors to these local talents by employing them and developing their capabilities, as it believes they are the building blocks of a better, brighter future for Kuwait.


About KIB

Kuwait International Bank (KIB) is a bank that operates according to the Islamic Shari’ah, based in the State of Kuwait. Incorporated in 1973, and originally known as Kuwait Real Estate Bank, KIB made the transition to its current Islamic operating model in 2007. In 2018, KIB embarked on a new phase of its journey full of innovation and development. As part of its new strategic direction, the Bank focuses on offering a next-level customer experience under the slogan: “Bank for Life”.

Through a network of branches spread across the State of Kuwait, KIB offers a broad range of banking products and services, as well as innovative digital banking solutions in line with international best standards. As part of its duty towards the community, the Bank also encompasses a leading social responsibility program that aims at positively impacting all members of the community through a wide range of impactful initiatives and activities.

Today, KIB has taken concrete steps in implementing its new strategic objectives. The Bank has cemented its role as a key player in the local banking industry and has continued to maintain its strong financial performance; enabling it to be globally recognized for its strong credit rating and financial position.

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