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Byblos Bank awards winners of the 2017 Summer Internship Competition
Source: Byblos Bank , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Thu November 30, 2017 12:33 pm

LEBANON. Byblos Bank awarded the top 5 out of 150 interns who took part in its 2017 Summer Internship Competition with gift vouchers of 10,000 Points/Miles from Akram Program, Byblos Bank’s flagship card loyalty program (USD 1=1 Point/Mile).

The award ceremony was held at the Bank’s headquarters in the presence of concerned managers, employees and interns.

Intended exclusively for students that enrolled in internships at Byblos Bank during summer 2017, this initiative was conceived to give interns a more productive and rewarding experience at the Bank and help them attain operational understanding of the banking business.

In his speech for the occasion Mr. Fadi Hayek, Head of Group Human Resources Division at Byblos Bank stated, “In addition to providing interns with a structured internship program, they have gained practical experience this year by working towards specific objectives  and goals that enhanced their banking knowledge and equipped them with hands-on experience of banking products.”

The winners of this competition are: Jenny Khalil; Sara Haddad; Hiba Al Ashkar; Ali Khalifeh Ziad Nadda.

Byblos Bank strives to offer its interns an unparalleled experience through diverse initiatives meant to maximize the efficiency of the internship programs they receive at Byblos Bank.

In 2017, these initiatives notably included the Summer Internship Competition and the MONEYSMART Bootcamps designed to help them better manage their finances.

 

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