The Saudi Minister of Higher Education, Dr. Khalid bin Mohammed Al-Anqari opened in the presence of Saudi Ambassador to the United States of America Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir, in Washington, DC, last night the Exhibition of Career Day, organized by the Saudi Cultural Attaché Office in Washington to mark the graduation of the sixth batch of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Program for Foreign Scholarships.
Dr. Al-Anqari toured the exhibition and he was briefed on the services provided by Saudi companies and establishments of the public and private sectors participating in the exhibition and their efforts to provide employment opportunities for the Program's graduates from various scientific disciplines.
Ambassador Al-Jubeir hosted a reception party in honor of Dr. Anqari attended by Cultural Attaché at the Saudi Embassy Dr. Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Essa.
Following the party, the Minister of Higher Education and the Saudi Ambassador held an open meeting during which they talked about the Program and the positive results achieved by it since its inception.
On the other hand, Dr. Al-Anqari met in the presence of the Saudi Ambassador last night with a number of senior officials of the U.S. companies that organize training programs for Saudi graduates in the United States of America.