AlMabarrah AlKhalifia Foundation Organized A Virtual Graduation Ceremony for Students of the Rayaat Program
To ensure the health and safety of all, and following the precautionary measures in the Kingdom of Bahrain, AlMabarrah AlKhalifia organized a virtual graduation ceremony for the seventh batch of the Rayaat program, which consisted of 26 graduates, who have attained a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in various fields including: Medicine, Accounting, Law, Engineering, Media, Marketing, Logistics, Web Design, MBA and other majors.
Her Highness Shaikha Zain bint Khalid Al Khalifa, Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of AlMabarrah AlKhalifia Foundation, attended the ceremony which was held virtually via Microsoft Teams, along with other members of the Board of Trustees, the administrative staff of the Foundation and the graduates. The ceremony included a video that showcased a number of the graduates’ achievements throughout the year, and a speech delivered by Her Highness Shaikha Zain bint Khalid Al Khalifa, Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of AlMabarrah AlKhalifia Foundation.
Her Highness Shaikha Zain bint Khalid Al Khalifa, Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of AlMabarrah AlKhalifia Foundation, expressed her excitement and pride towards the students of the Foundation for successfully completing their graduate studies.
“We are proud of the students of AlMabarrah AlKhalifia and congratulate them on the achievements during their enrollment in the Rayaat program, and we are confident that graduation is just the beginning for this outstanding batch of students. We look forward to seeing more of their achievements in the future to serve the Kingdom of Bahrain within various sectors. We wish the students all the best in life and in their careers.”
During their enrollment in the Rayaat scholarship program, students went through a number of courses and workshops that dealt with many developmental aspects including enhancing self-confidence, developing public speaking management skills, communicating with others, thus fully preparing them to enter the labor market and excel at the role required effectively.
The Foundation also focused on educating the enrolled students in the Rayaat program on the importance of engaging in volunteer work and developing a sense of belonging to the country, as one of the foundation’s objectives is to Instill social responsibility and the sense of giving back to community, as each student was required to provide 30 volunteering hours during the school year, which included events such as the Diabetes Camp, people of determination event, and the organization of a recreational event for different groups within the society.
Concluding the ceremony, three of the graduates gave a speech expressing their thanks to the Foundation, and their gratitude and appreciation for the opportunity of an integrated educational experience. During the ceremony, a group photo was taken with Her Highness Shaikha Zain bint Khalid Al Khalifa and members of the Board of Trustees and the staff working at AlMabarrah AlKhalifia Foundation.
The ‘Rayaat Scholarship’ program was launched in 2011, in line with the foundation’s vision to provide students with scholarship opportunities at accredited universities in the Kingdom, in addition to providing many benefits including financial incentives, workshops, and training opportunities in public and private sectors.
AlMabarrah AlKhalifia Foundation
AlMabarrah AlKhalifia Foundation (“MKF“) is a non-profit foundation registered and licensed by the Ministry of Labour and Social Development. Established in 2011 in the Kingdom of Bahrain, its aim is to make a social impact in the education field and to empower Bahraini youth to reach their optimum potential. By providing Bahraini youth with knowledge, skills and character, it is hoped that they will be able to develop themselves and their Kingdom further.
Through aligning the foundation’s vision with the Bahrain 2030 vision, MKF is committed to enriching Bahrain’s education sector through specialized programs that target Bahraini youth