Shell Oman hosts summer internship programme.
Shell Oman has launched its annual summer internship programme this year hosting 24 Omani students from various local and international colleges and universities, in line with its efforts to being a model for successful local talent development.
The internship programme is part of Shell Oman's annual corporate social responsibility strategy, said a statement from the company.
It aims to develop the future leadership potential of Omani youth through practical platforms and live projects that help build on their theoretical knowledge, it said.
The interns are placed in different classes of business structures within the company across the sectors of retail, lubricants, marine, bitumen, aviation and commercial fuel.
Shell Oman Marketing Company SAOG is a publicly listed company on the Muscat Securities Market. And for over half a century, Shell Oman has been committed to meet the sultanate's growing energy demands, and contribute to its prosperity in an economically, environmentally and socially responsible manner by operating safely and sharing benefits with the local community.
Essam Al Busaidi, human resources and administration manager, said: "The Omani interns get the opportunity to grow their competencies, skills and enterprise knowledge through a proven business model that is backed by access to global knowhow and pioneering products and services."
"Besides the tremendous learning experience, these interns benefit from continuous and extensive knowledge-transfer as well as safety culture, communications, trainings and technology support from their peers in Shell Oman to help them in their pursuit of employment opportunities upon the completion of their studies," Al Busaidi added. - TradeArabia News Service
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|Date:||Aug 6, 2017|
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