Updated: Jan 26
The Crown Prince’s International Scholarship Program Alumni Association (CPISPAA) held a virtual panel session titled “How to Utilize This Summer Time Productively”. The panelists discussed ideas and shared publicly available resources to make the best out of the summer period during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic. The presenters of this session were CPISP alumni Mahmood Abdulla, Ahmed Al Bardooli, and Eman Al Sabah.
The session is in line with the association’s goal of providing a platform for sharing knowledge through discussion sessions, and other professional and academic activities. The panel session centered around how to improve professional skills, search for virtual internships, pursue a personal project or business, and to enhance their CVs, to ensure university students remain active and productive during this period.
Commenting on this event, CPISPAA President Mahmood Abdulla added: “The CPISP Alumni Association is continuously looking for ways to give back to the community. In this virtual panel session, the alumni shared their experience and knowledge with the participants. These types of events allow the association to engage with current university students and provide them with useful advice that will guide them throughout their academic and professional journeys. The session is in line with the association’s mission of giving back to the community and holding events that share knowledge with students and professionals in Bahrain.”
The CPISPAA was founded in 2019 to bring together alumni of the Crown Prince’s International Scholarship Program and to take part in professional, academic, and social activities. These activities include providing academic and professional guidance as well as generally contributing to the principles set by the scholarship.
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