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Dubai Culture showcased rewarding careers for Emiratis at the American University in the Emirates Career Fair

 11/4/2014

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Dubai, UAE; November 4, 2014: Dubai Culture & Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), the Emirate’s dedicated authority for promoting heritage, culture and the arts, showcased a wide range of career opportunities for talented and creative Emiratis at a career fair held at the American University in the Emirates.

Through its participation in the fair, Dubai Culture offered the opportunity for young Emiratis to make a mark in Dubai’s cultural and artistic scene. Rewarding career opportunities in a gamut of roles in fine arts, performing arts, strategy, marketing and communications, Arabic language and calligraphy, and at museums and heritage sites,  among others were highlighted at the fair.

“Through our participation, we are underlining our commitment to Emiratisation and the 7-Year National Agenda announced by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, in nurturing talent and creating strong growth opportunities for Emiratis,” said Khalid Al Doobi, Director of Human Resources, Dubai Culture & Arts Authority. 

“Dubai Culture offers a distinctive growth environment for Emiratis with our focus on culture and the arts. Not only can they contribute to building our cultural identity but also further strengthen their creative and professionals skills through the career opportunities that we offer,” Al Doobi added. 

Focused on developing a robust pipeline of local talent that is integral to spearheading Dubai’s cultural scene, Dubai Culture regularly takes part in career fairs to reach out to Emirati students and professionals. An ‘employer of choice,’ Dubai Culture offers an attractive growth environment where talented youth can build promising careers in the arts and cultural sector. 

The job fair was well received by students and their parents and many showed an interest in culture and art-related careers.