The Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority (ZATCA) has announced the launch of the Fresh Graduates Programs that include Binaa-Alkafaat (Capacity Building) and Ameen Programs in their fourth and sixth years respectively. The high-quality programs seek to train and qualify fresh graduate Saudi talents in a professional work environment that allows them to acquire specialized professional experience and learn effective practical competitiveness in the Saudi labor market.
ZATCA has further elaborated that the Fresh Graduates Programs are implemented by ZATCA Academy in collaboration with the US Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and other prestigious academic institutions. The sixth edition of the Capacity Building Program is eager to attract fresh graduate Bachelor's and Masters degrees holders with honors from Saudi and foreign universities in more than 25 disciplines. Some of the major disciplines covered by the training program include Legal Affairs, Risk Analysis, Operations, Zakat Studies and Consultations, Technological Systems and Digitization, Internal Auditing, Human Resources, Financial and Administrative Affairs, Strategy and Development, Engineering Affairs, and Organizational Communications. Meanwhile, Ameen Program seeks to train Bachelor's degree holders in a specific set of disciplines, as it focuses on building and developing knowledge and application capabilities in customs operations.
ZATCA has called on all interested persons to read the admission requirements and the information on the two programs on the Fresh Graduates Programs page on the Authority's website (zatca.gov.sa). Admissions for the two programs will open today, July 11 until Thursday, July 20.
The " Fresh Graduates Programs provide several training and financial incentives for the trainees, including attending training programs in cooperation with the US Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania which is one of the world's top 10 academic institutions that provide leadership education, as well as other programs provided by leading academic institutions. Members of the programs will receive medical insurance, a monthly allowance, and other benefits.