PepsiCo Pakistan has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Government’s Kamyab Jawan Program offering the largest internship program in the country. As part of the MOU, PepsiCo and its packaging partners will offer 1,000 internships to students from across the country through a virtual internship program.

The internship program will help students develop professional competence by providing them with experience in a business environment.

PepsiCo’s ambition to launch a large-scale youth initiative was made possible through the use of its ‘Roshan Kal’ platform. PepsiCo Roshan Kal is a youth platform that develops students’ professional skills through training and skills development programs.

Roshan Kal has created over 5,300 opportunities for young people through an internship and skills development program in partnership with Amal Academy.

Speaking on this occasion, Furqan Ahmed Syed, CEO of PepsiCo Pakistan and Afghanistan, said: “Creating opportunities for Pakistani youth is a government priority and part of PepsiCo’s DNA. I believe this synergy between Kamyab Gwan and Roshan Kal has created an opportunity for development. our youth skills on a large scale.

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