Overview

Jusoor is a US 501c3 NGO of Syrian expatriates supporting the country’s development and helping Syrian youth realize their potential through programs in the fields of education, career development, and global community engagement. As a community of Syrians living around the world working together to launch programs that benefit the Syrian community inside and outside Syria. They are committed to supporting the country’s development and drawing on the vast talents and experience of their global members to overcome the challenges the country faces. Jusoor believes that youth in Syria should have access to profoundly better opportunities. In particular, they hope for a nation that embraces democracy, respects human rights and rule of law and encourages free speech and the exchange of ideas. They hope for a country that offers its people high standards of living underpinned by a strong education system. And they hope for a country that promotes opportunity, in which every young woman and man grows up with hope and dreams for the future and finds opportunities within the country’s borders. Jusoor is a non-political organization with strictly no ties to any political entity. Jusoor’s programs do not differentiate according to political views, ethnicity, religion or gender.

Where is Jusoor
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Careers

Staff at Jusoor have experience in

Sectors

  • development
  • entrepreneurism
  • financial services
  • regional
  • youth

Countries

  • libya
  • lebanon
  • canada
  • kuwait
  • united states

Skills

  • managerial experience
  • business development
  • international experience
  • with experience in conflict areas

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Former staff

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Company Offices
  • Syrian Arab Republic (headquarters)

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