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INJAZ Palestine Alumni: We are passionate about creating a network that connects us and we will soon start to activate the forum 

INJAZ Palestine Alumni: We are passionate about creating a network that connects us and we will soon start to activate the forum 

INJAZ Palestine graduates emphasized the importance of activating the “INJAZ Palestine Alumni Forum” which held its first meeting ONLINE, using Zoom technology, in which the director of the JA Worldwide Alumni Global Society and Leen Abu Baker of the Executive Board of INJAZ Al-Arab alumni participated.

The graduates expressed their interest in the forum, which provides the necessary platform to exchange experiences and knowledge about what they are interested in doing. In the long term, the activities of the forum will begin to implement joint pilot projects, to not only prepare Palestinian youth for the job market and reduce unemployment, but also to achieve an economic and social renaissance in our society.

INJAZ graduates unanimously agreed that the first challenge facing young people is to provide job opportunities for them, praising the role of INJAZ Palestine in empowering young people through its various entrepreneurial and leadership programs.

The graduates agreed to start working on activating the forum in order to find ways that will help them create the largest number of job opportunities for them, and to form a platform that will inspire other students through their communication with each other. In this context, the forum’s chairperson, Tuqa Zghayar, pointed out the need to set out initial practical steps that will start with bringing together Palestinian graduates from various regions to join the forum.

The Alumni forum is a platform for students to interact with each other after completing the various INJAZ programs. The aim of the forum therefore is to ensure that graduates will stay in touch and maintain continuity and cooperation with INJAZ. 

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