On completion of the tour of the exhibit, Rawabi offered students the opportunity
to apply for a mini internship for one week, 3 of the 17 accepted students were
from PMU, namely; Mohammad Khalifa Al-Dossary (MIS) from the male campus, HadeelAbdulaziz
Al Essa (MIS), and Hajjar Al Bo Kamseen (Computer engineering) from the female campus.
Mohammad and Hajjar were given the role to work in the IT department, while Hadeel
worked in corporate communication. In addition to the working hours they were granted
all in the departments, they were also granted a one hour lecture each day concerning
work ethics, writing memos, and how to present effective presentations.
The mini internship lasted for one week, from the 9th of April to the 13th of April.
When the students reached the end of the program they were required to give a presentation
detailing their experience in the Rawabi Company. After the presentations, Mrs.
Nada Badgaish, Internal Communication Officer of Rawabi Company, stated that, "the
students representing PMU had the most powerful and technical skills in various
aspects needed for the workplace, such as communication skills, technical skills,
and problem solving techniques". On reflection of their experience, the students
would recommend this opportunity to others in the university as it clarifies future
decisions, making it easy to choose the right opportunity. Please note that the
exhibit and the mini internship will be held annually. On a final note, the university
would like to thank the Rawabi Company for the opportunities offered to students.
Very soon, Rawabi Company will launch its second mini internship. The program offers
invaluable workplace experience.
For those interested by this program, kindly contact; Mohammad Khalifa Al-Dossary
In the period from February 26th until March 10th, 2011, an exhibit of talent was
held in Scithec powered by Rawabi Holding Company, the exhibit showcased 25 majors
which would appeal to the interests of young intellectual people within the kingdom,
the exhibit was well executed and attendance peaked to 8,790.