To help the nation’s youth integrate with different functional areas of business, the General Entertainment Authority (GEA) concluded the ‘Entertainment Ambassadors’ program with the corporation of the Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Foundation (MiSK) under the guidance of Chairman GEA Board of Directors Turki Al-Sheikh.
The program’s 13 graduates, who completed their training/internship in various sectors and benefited from practical applications of acquired skills, were honored in the presence of GEA CEO Eng. Faisal Bafarat.
Through the program, the Authority aims at honing the skills of young national cadres and prepare them for the labor market, especially in the entertainment industry.
During the training period, the trainees were able to participate in many international seasons and events such as the Riyadh Season and the National Day.
With the cooperation of the MiSK Foundation, GEA selected the most appropriate candidates for the job based on the market and the Authority’s needs in certain specialties.
The program is part of a series of GEA’s programs and initiatives to support Saudi youth and provide opportunities for Saudi men and women to develop their potential and practical skills to enhance their chances of getting hired.