Al-Shaima Independent School for Girls visit RasGas Headquarters (RGHQ)
Mohammed Bin Abdulwahab High School and Hamad bin Abdulla High School visit RGHQ to learn more about career opportunities
Ali Al-Khaldi (right) a Surveillance Engineer, takes time to get to know some of the students
High school students learn about Qatar’s geography and geology along with opportunities with RasGas’ Subsurface group
Qatar Academy enjoy an informative day at RasGas
RasGas CEO, Mr. Hamad Rashid Al-Mohannadi awarded the Summer Internship Star winners. Muaz Selam (L) in first place, Jana Mahfouz (R) in second place and Majed Al-Hitmi (second L) in third place.
Mohammed Al-Khalifa from Employee Affairs, co-hosted the event
The Summer Internship Stars impressed the judges with their innovative projects – From left to right: Dr.Shaikha Al-Thani, Mr. Jamal Anbari and Dr. Abdalla Hazaimeh
RasGas is always on the lookout for young Qatari talent, especially engineers aspiring to make a career in the energy sector. Throughout the year, RasGas' National Development department hosts Open Days for students keen on getting an insight into the company.
Each year, RasGas invites some of Qatar's talented students to intern across all operational areas within our organisation.
We recognise that in order to excel in a global society, graduates must not only possess the highest academic knowledge but must have practical workplace skills. The RasGas Summer Internship Programme offers students that bridge between university and employment.
These programmes add real value to students, allowing them to apply theoretical and academic concepts taught in school in real life experience.
RasGas held its annual Summer Internship Star event where the three finalist interns competed to win the competition. The interns created detailed proposals with solutions to existing business challenges