Manama, Bahrain – BENEFIT, the Kingdom’s innovator and leading company in Fintech and electronic financial transactions service, officially kicks off its Annual FinTech Internship Program “Masar” in its first edition, in collaboration with the Supreme Council for Women (SCW).
This year, 11 university students and recent graduates are enrolled in the program segmented into 3 learning paths including Data services, Payment services and Corporate Support. On the first day, students completed an in-depth orientation program with various workshops delivered by BENEFIT with a key focus on AML Financial Crime, Information & Cybersecurity, Financial Literacy and more.
Salah Al Awadhi, Head of Human Resources & Administration commented on the initiative, “BENEFIT is thrilled once again to kick off our annual internship program; Masar. We are also pleased to cooperate with the SCW to enable the participating students to receive hands-on experience in a multi-vertical financial ecosystem that is quite complex and ever-evolving. Educational opportunities and initiatives such as these provide them a stepping stone into the industry as they shadow leaders in the space and gain the confidence to create innovative solutions. As BENEFIT, we take pride in our youth and will continue to build robust mentoring and educational programs to further contribute to the Kingdom’s thriving financial sector.”
He added: “The tailored program will conclude with a final project in which students are challenged to submit their most unique concept in order to win a trophy for the ‘Best innovative idea in FinTech’. The pitched innovative idea must streamline existing processes, simplify, and lower costs of operations, generate a new income line for the company and add value to society.” Masar’s goal is to empower