Raytheon Saudi Arabia internship attracts students from major Saudi universities

Seven Saudi undergraduate students receive hands-on work experience in Riyadh and Jeddah

Raytheon Saudi Arabia internship attracts students from major Saudi universities

Riyadh: Raytheon Saudi Arabia, a Raytheon Technologies subsidiary, welcomed seven undergraduate Saudi students from four major Saudi universities to participate in its summer internship program supporting Vision 2030 Human Capability Development goals. The six-month internship program offers undergraduate students the opportunity to gain on-the-job training and mentorship until December 2021 from one of the world’s leading aerospace and defense companies.

Five male students and two female students are gaining practical, hands-on experience at Raytheon Saudi Arabia’s headquarters in Riyadh and offices in Jeddah across different functions including Digital Technology, Human Resources, Business Development, Localization, Project Management, Supply Chain as well as Contracts. The Saudi undergraduates are joining from King Saud University, King Fahad University for Petroleum and Minerals, Hail University and Umm Al-Qura University.

“Raytheon Saudi Arabia is committed to creating highly skilled and highly desirable jobs for Saudis in the defense, security, aerospace, and technology sectors,” said Dave Hanley, chief executive of Raytheon Saudi Arabia. “The internship program gives students the opportunity to understand how they can best contribute to the Kingdom’s safety and security objectives in their career paths.”

Raytheon Technologies’ businesses have supported the critical defense needs of the Kingdom for over 55 years. Raytheon Saudi Arabia was formed in 2017 to play a significant role in supporting the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 by creating highly skilled jobs for Saudis in the defense, security, and aerospace sectors by partnering with Saudi public and private sector companies and local universities, furthering the company’s long-standing commitment to the Kingdom.

“Attracting local talent into the defense and aerospace sector is key to realizing Vision 2030’s Human Capability Development goals,” said Ali Albar, HR director at Raytheon Saudi Arabia. “The six-month training program was designed to immerse students in real-life experiences that will add value to their university knowledge and showcase the various opportunities to pursue upon graduating.”

The company currently employs more than 270 employees in Saudi Arabia including 150 Saudi professionals across its offices in Riyadh and Jeddah.


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