INJAZ was established in 1999 as a project funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). In 2001, under the patronage of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah, the project was re-launched as an independent Jordanian non-profit organization. Its mission is to motivate and prepare young people to become active members of their society and contribute to the development of the national economy. Since its inception, INJAZ has succeeded in reaching about one million beneficiaries from all over the Kingdom with the help of its dedicated network of volunteers and partners from the public and private sectors, in coordination with the Ministry of Education and King Abdullah II Fund for Development.
Implementing its programs in classroom rooms in schools, universities, community colleges, youth centers, centers for people with special needs and vocational training centers in different regions of the Kingdom. This will enhance students' economic, analytical and communication skills, as well as develop their leadership and creativity. Business). Programs are based on interactive, valuable information, practical experience and teamwork as key elements of the learning process.
In addition to the training programs, and to facilitate the transition of students from the school to the working life, the implementation of a program of functional linkage.
below are some of the titles of the courses that are held through INJAZ in cooperation with the Office of career guidance and follow-up graduates at the University of Jordan:
1. We are community leaders
2. My way to the job.
3. The company's founding program.
4. Ethics in work.
5. Communication skills