Raytheon Saudi Arabia hosts students from major local universities


Raytheon Saudi Arabia, a subsidiary of Raytheon Technologies, has welcomed seven Saudi male and female students from four major local universities to participate in an internship program that supports the goals of the Human Capacity Development Program.
Five students are participating in the program, which runs until next December, to gain practical experience within the company’s headquarters in Riyadh and its offices in Jeddah. Students will be trained to complete work assignments in different jobs. Male and female students study at King Saud University, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Hail University, and Umm Al-Qura University.
On this occasion, Dave Hanley, CEO of Raytheon Saudi Arabia, said: “Our company is committed to providing highly skilled jobs that attract the interest of Saudi nationals in the defense, security, aviation and technology sectors. The internship program provides participating students with an important opportunity to learn about career paths through which they can contribute to achieving the safety and security goals of Saudi Arabia.”


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