stc organizes workshop for 6th grade students in collaboration with Injaz Kuwait

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Kuwait City, May 11: Kuwait Telecommunications Company – stc, a world-class digital leader providing innovative services and platforms to customers, enabling the digital transformation in Kuwait, organized a workshop for 6th grade students at the Kuwait English School in collaboration with Injaz Kuwait, a non-profit non-governmental organization that inspires and prepares young people for the global economy. Titled “Junior Icamp”, the workshop was held as part of stc’s educational ‘upgrade’ initiative, which aims to support and empower the younger generation through various programs and initiatives that prepare them for the future.

The “Junior Icamp” workshop, launched in a collaboration between stc and Injaz Kuwait, was designed to challenge students into using their creativity and innovative thinking in various ways. Over 60 students from the Kuwait English School participated in the initiative, which took place at the school’s premises, where they were requested to use their creativity and out of the box thinking to develop unique project ideas. Through its role, stc provided the students with valuable insights and constructive guidance to enhance their ideas. The Company also participated in the judging panel where the best ideas were selected and recognized. Prizes were distributed to the top winners by stc in recognition of the students’ hard work, effort and creativity.

stc’s unwavering commitment to the community and the younger generation in Kuwait is witnessed through its diverse array of initiatives organized under its comprehensive CSR program, particularly the educational ‘upgrade’ initiative. As a pioneer in the telecom, digital transformation and ICT sector, stc has consistently focused on empowering the youth by providing innovative platforms and opportunities that bridge the gap between academic learning and practical application. Over the years, stc has sponsored numerous workshops, seminars, and collaborations, such as the recent partnership with Injaz Kuwait, to foster creative thinking and problem-solving skills amongst the younger generation. Through these activities, stc aims to equip the younger generation with the skills and knowledge to contribute effectively to the local economy, while reinforcing its role as a pivotal supporter of community development.

Commenting on the workshop, Danah AlJasem, General Manager of Corporate Communications at stc, said, “We are proud to partner with Injaz Kuwait to host this unique workshop at Kuwait English School that encourages students to utilize their creativity to come up with innovate ideas. At stc, we highly value the importance of creativity and innovation in shaping the future of our community and youth alike. By fostering an environment that encourages exploration and growth, we aim to inspire a generation that will become proactive and contributing members within their community.”

AlJasem added, “stc would like to extend its gratitude to Injaz Kuwait for organizing this initiative and to Kuwait English School for engaging their students in this empowering workshop. Following our comprehensive CSR program, stc will continue to contribute in launching and sponsoring activities and initiatives that support Kuwaiti youths in several fields through strategic partnerships with institutions from the government and private sectors, including INJAZ Kuwait, with the aim of leaving a broader positive impact on society. Through these collaborative efforts, our goal is to continue providing meaningful and sustainable initiatives on a regular basis to develop the capabilities of the younger generation, enhance their skills, nurture future leaders, and enable them to thrive in every aspect of life. We are committed to providing targeted programs directed at youth, nurturing talents, and supporting the aspirations of the Kuwaiti youth generation in several fields”

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