Taskedin application, the first digital workspace in Egypt, announced the launch of a free scholarship (Taskedin Scholarship) for students and graduates to qualify them for the labor market, in three basic areas: marketing, human resources and data analysis.
For his part, Islam Nasrallah, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Mega Trust Group and founder of the application, said that the scholarship is completely free, as the trainee does not bear any costs. He explained that it aims to qualify young people for the labor market by training them on the basic skills needed for work.
Nasrallah explained that the Taskedin Scholarship is divided into two parts, first the theoretical part. It is based on teaching all the soft skills that young people need in their practical life, in addition to learning the technical skills related to the field they choose, including marketing, human resources, and data analysis.
Nasrallah pointed out that the second part is practical or applied, and includes practical training in the field chosen by the trainee from the aforementioned three fields within the Mega Trust group of companies, making a graduation project and presenting it.
The founder of “TaskedIn” added that the Taskedin Scholarship lasts for two consecutive months, and training is conducted by a number of well-known names that have great experience in the field of work and training. At the end of the scholarship, the trainee receives an experience certificate that includes training hours and a report on the tasks that were performed during the training period.
Nasrallah revealed that the Taskedin Scholarship aims to graduate 250 students annually, at a cost of approximately EGP 2m.
The founder of Taskedin explained that the student or graduate can apply for the scholarship by filling out the application form the optionsavailable on the Taskedin Scholarship pages on social media.
Nasrallah pointed out that Taskedin seeks to provide a strong training program that fulfills the aspirations of young people and meets the needs of the labor market in Egypt.