Serves more than 40,000 university students
Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Knowledge Society is one of the key initiatives by TAG-Org with a special focus on students and their communities. The Society conducts various programs to prepare students to the labor market by providing state-of-the-art tools and access to information and communication technologies. Since its inauguration by His Royal Highness Prince Hassan bin Talal in more than 40,000 students have benefited from the services offered by the Society, which include:
Online Research Facilities to acquire knowledge and embrace the latest scientific developments.
Training courses and specialized training diplomas in different areas with an emphasis on basic skills to help graduates enter the labor market, as well as build management skills through a United Nations-approved program.
Recruitment consultancy to overcome obstacles faced by graduates looking for work which includes CV writing and reviewing, interview skills and preparation.
Job opportunities for members by pairing quality students with jobs at quality companies associated with TAG-Org.
Workshops to raise awareness on crucial issues of interest to the youth such as e-government, voluntary work, nuclear energy, drugs awarness and others to help them build bridges with different community institutions and expand their cultural knowledge.
Language clubs to build bridges through sharing our culture and traditions.
Electronic library service provided by the German-Jordanian University / Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Graduate School of Business Administration (TAG-SB) to keep track of the latest global publications.
TAG-Org offers two scholarships every year to outstanding students for Master's Degrees in management at TAG-SB.
The Society has provided numerous activities and social services: With the support of TAG-Org, 600 students from AMAN Fund for Orphans were trained on basic skills and a free medical day was organized in Mafraq as part of the social services provided by TAG-Org to all communities.
TAG-Org also organized donation campaigns for the needy and several Iftar events were held during the Holy Month of Ramadan in addition to sporting events and recreational activities.
The Society has plans to open branches across Jordan in addition to those already operating in the West Bank, Gaza, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Russia and Lebanon.
In support of the Palestinian Student Fund in Lebanon, TAG-Org has provided furniture, hardware, software and training of trainers. Furthermore, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has chosen Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Knowledge Society as the future sponsor of its specialized meetings. Arrangements are underway to prepare and replicate that project in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.