The main courtyard of College of the North Atlantic-Qatar (CNA-Q) was transformed into a bustling marketplace this week, as dozens of students and staff hosted booths, selling everything from perfume to jewelry to food. It was the first in a series of Tuesday Markets, that will be held once a month to showcase the talents of the College community.
“I was extremely impressed with the wide variety of goods for sale, and the diverse capabilities of our students,” said Ms. Aljazzi Fetais, Associate Vice President - Student Affairs. “Events such as this demonstrate that CNA-Q students are not only ready for the workforce, but also have a strong entrepreneurial streak as well.”
Since its inception in 2002, CNA-Q has grown to offer 30 diploma and certificate programs in applied, technical and occupationally-aligned fields. It has graduated thousands of students who have infused Qatar’s industries and sectors with work-ready professionals. This year marks the 17th year that CNA-Q has been providing experiential technical education in Qatar to support the State’s strategic vision for human capital development.
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