By Safaa Kasraoui
By Safaa Kasraoui
Rabat – The National School of Computer Science and System Analysis is getting ready to host the 14th annual Geni-Enterprises Forum on March 1 and 2, in Rabat.
The forum, titled “Le Maroc d’Afrique pour L’Afrique: A Common Commitment to Sustainable Development,” will focus on informing and encouraging students to share their Geni-Enterprises experience and demonstrate their intrinsic values, particularly in terms of communication.
“The participation of these institutions will allow students to obtain an overview of the services offered and career choices with regard to their preferences and profiles,” said the organizers in a press conference.
As one of the most effective platforms for exchange and discovery, the forum aims to provide students with job and internship opportunities. It also gives them an idea of the reality that is the professional business world.
“This golden opportunity will allow you to expand not just your personal business connections, but also your leadership skills,” computer science engineering student at ENSIAS, Fatima Zahra Qachfar, told Morocco World News.
“Being a great leader is all about having a genuine willingness and a true commitment to lead others to achieve a common vision through positive influence,” Qachfar added.
Previous editions of the forum have been marked by the presence of several companies and entrepreneurs. In 2015 important figures including Aziz Rabbah, the Minister of Transport and Logistics, and Anis Birou, Minister in charge of Moroccan living abroad and Immigration, took part.
The forum is organized in cooperation with the National Institute of Posts and Telecommunications, the National institute of Statistics and Applied Economics, the Higher School of Information, and the Normal Higher School of Teaching.