2013-02-21 10:03:24 - Elia Nuqul Foundation Holds a Dynamic Orientation Session – I Promise
Elia Nuqul Foundation recently organized an orientation day for its new scholars who recently joined ENF welcoming them through an interactive activity and introducing ENF within a young dynamic team spirit. The event was held at The Children’s Museum in Jordan under the theme entitled “I promise”, during which scholars’ promises were shared along with their future aspirations and ambitions.
Elia Nuqul Foundation’s Vice Chairperson, Ghassan Nuqul, started the session by highlighting the Foundation’s commitment to graduate well-rounded students who are ready to embark on their careers with confidence equipped with competitive skills and tools. Nuqul shared his own promise with attendees and talked about the Founder Elia Nuqul’s commitment to provide a decent life for his family that has
grown over the years to include members in the Jordanian community and beyond. ENF’s overall vision, mission and direction were highlighted by ENF’s Director, Randi Abdin supported by testimonials from current scholars who enriched the session with their own experiences at the academic, personal and social levels.
During the orientation day, ENF’s new scholars were introduced to their fellow colleagues and they interacted with ENF’s board members, staff and partners. All attendees shared their promises and talked about their personal and academic ambitions which will be nurtured throughout their journey with ENF. Participants enjoyed fun team building activities conducted by Better Business, and concluded the orientation day by writing down their promises which will be revisited in future activities.
Abdin commented, “I would like to welcome our new scholars who joined us this year. We are excited and proud of this new promising intake of scholars and are eager to contribute to their academic and personal development. We promise all of our scholars a rich agenda of interactive sessions and we look forward to seeing them throughout the coming years.”