At INJAZ Lebanon, we want to help mould upcoming generations of entrepreneurs and professionals because we believe the country’s future is in their hands.
INJAZ Lebanon operates in public schools, selected private schools, universities and youth organizations offering students, aged 10 to 24, the chance to engage with the business world through real-life exposure to the workplace and experience in applied business skills. Corporate volunteers with actual experience and exposure teach our free programs on work readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy. These new learning opportunities give youth the chance to learn about business innovation, explore leadership skills, and discuss career opportunities through hands-on, classroom-based activities. These acquired skills help inspire a culture of success and entrepreneurialism at an early age, and impact their educational achievements in the short-term and professional success in the longer term.
INJAZ Lebanon programs not only allow children and youth to dream, they give them a real, running chance to realize them.
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INJAZ Lebanon's It’s My Business program prepares children to build their own future by giving them a glimpse of the business world and unleashing their capabilities and innovation.
- Amar Kashef, Teacher, Al Azm School
I think that participating with INJAZ was one of the most significant experiences my daughter had. She became more aware of all aspects involving work environment, problem solving and decision making.
- Arwa Anouti El Zein, INJAZ Student's Parent
Thank you INJAZ for always impressing us with new educational programs that are helping our students to think outside the box.
- Maria Mank, Coordinator, Ahliah School
Ahliah School has been collaborating with INJAZ Lebanon since 2010 with a growing conviction in the NGO’s mission and objectives. In addition to bridging the gap between schools and requirements of the job market through its various targeted programs, INJAZ has been very keen on inspiring students to initiate, which is an imperative part of entrepreneurship.
- Rabih Murr, Principal, Ahliah School