IDream launches special program for forcibly displaced Artsakh youth

IDream launches special program for forcibly displaced Artsakh youth

PanARMENIAN.Net - IDBank has been implementing an educational program for students called IDream for several years now. The goal of the program is to provide students with theoretical and practical knowledge, and program participants get the opportunity to find a job at IDBank.

The IDream 8 program starts on October 2, however, IDBank also announces the launch of the IDream 9 program: it is specifically designed for the forcibly displaced young refugees from Artsakh who have a desire to get acquainted with the financial and banking sector.

According to the acting director of the Bank’s human capital department, Sona Manucharyan, the Bank’s first goal is to create conditions for the training and development of young people. “Today, our compatriots who were forcibly displaced from Artsakh have not only a housing problem, but also a job problem. On the one hand, I would like to mention that we have more than 50 vacancies. I ask our compatriots from Artsakh to definitely apply and send their resumes, if they match the job description, and IDBank will give them priority. On the other hand, I am pleased to announce our IDream program, specially designed for the youth of Artsakh. Under the program, the Bank management and the best specialists will conduct theoretical and practical courses for them within 2-3 months. Young people will have a clear understanding of the financial and banking sector, its features and, of course, they will be several times more likely to become an employee of IDBank. Students will also get paid for participation in the program, which is an important part of the program. If you have experience in the banking sector, then training can be accelerated,” says Sona Manucharyan and advises sending your resume to the email address

You can view current IDBank vacancies here.

"We strongly believe that all people and organizations can provide support in their own way, not only by sympathizing with our compatriots, but also by trying to take all possible measures to make the lives of our compatriots easier and better," the Bank said.

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