Galp Mozambique recently signed a memorandum of understanding that unites the company with the International Association of Students in Economic and Business Sciences (AIESEC), with a view to supporting the implementation of its social impact projects, also bringing the company closer to Mozambican youth.
According to a note from Galp, the memorandum also makes room for the company to hire national interns; for it to join and participate in AIESEC social responsibility programmes; for its employees to participate as speakers at AIESEC fairs, workshops and events; for Galp to have access to members of the association through conferences and events; and also for the facilitation of training and development sessions for young people.
Galp’s Director of People and Organisation, Marlena Chambule, said that her company has been increasingly betting on Mozambican youth, as she believes that this will pave the way to transform the company into an increasingly better place to work.
“AIESEC is the best partner we could have, considering its role in the development of young students through its various learning platforms,” said Marlena Chambule.
In turn, the president of AIESEC, Izidino Matlava, said he felt honoured by the partnership as it gives young people the opportunity to develop leadership spirit as university students.
“Galp is a company predisposed to support young people, which saw in AIESEC a credible organization to continue its efforts and relevant projects that support Mozambicans,” added Izidino Matlava.