2013-03-21 10:05:06 - INJAZ and Mosaic initiative, with the support from the British Embassy in Jordan and the Department for International Development (UKAID), held the final Enterprise Business Challenge competition between schools students in Jordan
. HRH The Prince of Wales and the Crown Prince of Britain, Prince Charles handed over the prizes to the competition winners.
Six teams from six different schools across the kingdom were qualified among the 214 participating students, where they had been trained on Enterprise Business Challenge program, which introduces new ways of education, through computer simulation online games. Six training sessions were delivered to the students, to interact with an entrepreneurial program, where they come up with their own company, manage, and deal with cash and trade transactions. The program also covers a theoretical part of ethical business concepts under the supervision of qualified volunteers, who have been also trained on the program from specialized trainers.
After coming up
with six new business ideas, the six qualified teams were evaluated according to their decision making skills, implemented business strategies, and their company’s net profit; the first place winner was from Dahiyat alhusain school for girls from Irbed governorate under the supervision of the volunteer Hiba Khasawneh, the second place winner was Jameel Shaker school for boys from Amman under the supervision of the volunteer Rula Antari, and finally, the third place winner was Prince Muhammad school for boys from Zarqa Governorate under the supervision of the volunteer Adnan Shishani .
The strategic partnership between INJAZ and Mosaic initiative has met the objectives of both organizations in preparing the youth to accelerate the development of the national economy.