Campaign unsuccessfully ended on: 31 Dec,2015
By investing in education, you will be getting the best interest out there: Change! The program is self-explanatory (the name gives it away), but its impact is monumental. The program empowers the youth to map their future, teaching them critical personal and professional skills, developing the infrastructure of their schools, encouraging students to engage with their schools and local communities and most importantly creating future leaders
Adoption Program is a national program launched
under the Patronage of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah in May 2006, initiated
and implemented by
main partner: the Ministry of Education (MoE) and the private sector.
The overarching goal of School Adoption Program is to develop the Jordanian educational sector and help foster a new “culture” of corporate social responsibility in which the private sector plays a major and direct role in the development of the educational system.
The School Adoption Program delivers four to six work-readiness and soft skills curricula to equip the students with critical personal and professional skills and empower them to map their future career paths and life decisions. The programs and their activities (e.g. volunteer work, leadership projects, and infrastructure development) consequently strengthen the students’ relationships with their families and encourage them to engage with their schools and local communities.
Since its May 2006 launch, School Adoption Program has facilitated the adoption of over 229 public schools by private and public sectors.
Stages of Implementation:
Volunteer Selection & Training:
Qualified private sector volunteers will be selected based on set criteria that are created based on the content for each program. The selected volunteers will then be matched with the appropriate program and school and will receive Content Based Orientation Training by INJAZ that includes general orientation about the curriculum which they will teach, its objectives, classroom time management, student types, and the participatory techniques used in delivering the program to younger students.
Volunteers from the sponsoring company work within the classroom for one hour a week over a period of six to eight weeks, serving as role models to the students and delivering participatory programs designed to introduce basic economic and business concepts while enhancing the students leadership, problem-solving, communication, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
Target & Milestones:
First Milestone: $5,000
Design and printing of student and volunteer booklets
Provision of tools and materials needed for the kits
Second Milestone: $10,000
Implementation of 4-6 INAZ programs for seventh, eighth, ninth, and tenth grade students through 6-8 sessions for every program
Third Milestone: $20,000
Improvement of one or more facilities in the adopted school, such as: heating, maintenance, educational equipment, and school theaters
There are no updates for this project yet.
INJAZ is a not-for-profit organization that aims to inspire and prepare youth to become productive members of their society . INJAZ was founded in 1999 as a project under a USAID-funded program, Save the Children. In 2001, INJAZ became an…Full biography