Along with the 2011 graduation ceremony of the fourth class of graduates of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Scholarship program to USA, The Saudi Cultural Attaché in Washington organized “Career Day”. The event took place in Maryland State over a period of three days under the patronage of HE the Minister of Higher Educaiton, Dr. Khaled Al-Angari, and HE the Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to Washington, Dr. Adel Al-Jubeir. The event’s sponsors included Saudi Aramco, Samba Financial Group, Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC), Saudi Airlines and King Fahd Specialist Hospital in Dammam.The career exhibition was inaugurated by Dr. Mohammad Al-Omar, Assistant Cultural Attache, in the presence of representatives form more than 55 governmental and private organizations, including the National Water Company. NWC was keen on taking part in events of such magnitude and importance, with the aim of attracting young Saudi talents with high education levels, and hence provide the training programs and development needed to recruit them at the company.“Career Day” is held annually to provide career and training opportunities to university students, familiarize them with effective job search methodologies, provide them with the right exposure to organizations and interviews, and guide them towards preparing professional, effective CVs. A large number of attending graduates were able to apply for vacant positions at banks, universities, and governmental organizations, with NWC ranking among the leading recruiters of graduates with excellent qualifications.