A number of students from several universities in Qatar, have completed the Summer Internship Program organized by Chiyoda Almana Engineering for this year. The leading project services company, Chiyoda Almana, is continually providing various training opportunities to universities’ students and fresh graduates to enable the knowledge transfer and to enrich their technical skills as part of their qualifying process for the successful start of their career path.
Through 11 years of operation in Qatar, Chiyoda Almana has provided outstanding project services to its clients in the hydrocarbon & non-hydrocarbon fields. Chiyoda Almana has successfully executed more than 320 projects in cooperation with major plant operators and achieved a recognized reputation in the project services field by operating to the highest quality and safety measures in the delivery of its services.
Chiyoda Almana represents this Summer Internship Program annually for the last 8 years in collaboration with national and international universities in Qatar such as Qatar University and Texas A & M University. Although the company’s services are mainly focused on engineering, the internship opportunities are also extended to include students of Finance, Accounting, Information Technology and others.
Over the two-month extended Summer Program, participants had the opportunity to practice in a professional business environment and to carry out the daily work tasks assigned for them, hand in hand with company’s employees under the supervision of the highly experienced dedicated mentors.
The program also offered participants the chance for practical exercise related to the topics studied through the academic program. With such business practice being of great value to fresh graduates at the early stages of real business life.
The Summer Internship Program comes as one of the many training opportunities provided by Chiyoda Almana to support the human resources development in Qatar in order to achieve the targeted sustainable development of the country, in line with QNV 2030.