24 Aug 23 10:00 AM

CodeZone Proudly Participates in 'Youth for the Future' Job Fair in Alexandria.

CodeZone Proudly Participates in the "Youth for the Future Project in Alexandria" Job Fair

In a step that reflects its commitment to supporting Egyptian youth and providing them with employment opportunities, the specialized software development company CodeZone participated in the "Youth for the Future Project in Alexandria" job fair. This event is organized in collaboration with the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the International Labour Organization, and is funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.

The job fair aims to provide employment opportunities for Egyptian youth and refugee migrants. The event witnessed remarkable participation from over 30 companies representing various fields. CodeZone stood out by offering the largest number of job openings, providing opportunities in more than 30 different specializations.

In a statement from the company, they expressed their pride in participating in this job fair and their insightful vision regarding the importance of empowering youth and offering them opportunities to integrate into the job market. They affirmed that this initiative is a continuation of their efforts to enhance social relations and support development.

The event was notable for the presence of distinguished figures, including Dr. Ashraf Sobhy, Minister of Youth and Sports, Major General Mohamed El Sherif, Governor of Alexandria, in addition to Mr. Eric Oechslin, Director of the International Labour Organization's office in Cairo.

The company expressed its optimism about the future of Egyptian youth and their ability to excel in various fields, confirming its ongoing support for initiatives aimed at achieving sustainable development and enhancing the role of youth in societal growth.

This event underscores the company's dedication to providing support and opportunities for youth, solidifying its position as an important partner in developing the job market and achieving economic and social development in Egypt.