The Dean of the Faculty of Information Technology and Computer Science at Yarmouk University, Prof. Samer Samara, patronized the graduation ceremony of the first batch of participants in the workshop of building the functional capacity of Jordanian and Syrian students in northern Jordan. The workshop is part of the project (Competency-based Career Focused Training for Syrian and Jordanian Students in Northern Jordan), which is conducted by the Faculty of Information Technology and Computer Science with the support of the German Association for International Cooperation (GIZ).

The project manager, Dr. Aws Magableh from the Department of Information Systems at the university pointed out that this project aims at developing students' career skills in order to help them get suitable job opportunities,and develop their skills coherently with the needs of the labor market. He mentioned that the project includes four training workshops, which address effective communication skills and try to develop skills for composing presentations, entrepreneurship, and cybersecurity.

Mrs. Eris of the German Association for International Cooperation (GIZ), the project coordinator, explained the importance of the project in the development of human capacity among participants, praising the level of implementation and organization of this project by Yarmouk University. She pointed out the depth of cooperation relations between Yarmouk and GIZ in the implementation of various development projects that contribute to the rehabilitation and preparation of young people to take several developmental roles and build their own desired future.

However, Prof. Samara handed certificates to the workshop participants at the end of the ceremony and thanked the project team, which includes Dr. Aws Magableh as the project manager, Dr. Ahmed Al-Aroud, Dr. Nawaf Al-Sareheen, and Dr. Yazan Al-Shboul.