The Crown Prince Foundation (CPF), on Thursday, signed a memorandum of understanding with Alqusour Academy, a training academy specialized in the field of education, training, rehabilitation and development.
The memorandum was signed by Tamam Mango, the Foundation's Chief Executive Officer, and Ibrahim Al-Shawahin, General Director of the Academy.
Under the memorandum, the two sides will work together to build the skills of young men and women, who are part of the CPF's initiatives in northern Jordan, by utilizing the academy's capacity building and awareness campaigns programs.
It also stipulated that the academy should provide its infrastructure, including training rooms, resources, technological assistance, and an entertainment center, to be used in the activities of the Foundation's initiatives, as well as the implementation of training workshops for members of the initiatives in the areas of life skills and entrepreneurship.
Mango voiced pride in the working partnership with the Academy, which, she said, aims to enhance the capabilities of young men and women in digital marketing and sales skills by providing more than 100 training opportunities that will contribute to preparing them for the labor market.