''A Miniature Alarko in Alarko''

The future of the Alarko Group of Companies will be shaped under the leadership of young generations who have higher education, a dynamic approach, and are characterized by hard work, creativity, in-depth knowledge, and the will and determination to advance

With this vision in mind, the Alarko Future’s Club was founded in 1985 by İshak Alaton and Üzeyir Garih to train and educate young Alarko employees who possess these qualities as valuable technicians and managers of the future.

Alarko Future’s Club (AIK) is organized within the Alarko Group of Companies and consists of dynamic, industrious, hardworking, creative, knowledgeable young people who have completed their higher education and have the desire and will to succeed

Members of the Alarko Future’s Club are trained and trained to be valuable future experts, technicians, and managers in the Alarko Group of Companies.

The Alarko Future’s Club, which can be described as “a miniature Alarko within Alarko", consists of young people between the ages of 21 and 33, and is a management simulation with its own logo, operates as a management simulation complete with its unique logo, board of directors, committee chairs, and budget.

"In the Alarko İstikbal Club, which is a first of its kind in Turkey, honorary presidents İshak Alaton and Üzeyir Garih and senior executives offer guidance and mentorship to young individuals, leveraging their experience to make substantial contributions to their development.

The training programs and activities in which young people participate to become good professionals at the Alarko Future's Club not only provide them with professional competence but also guide them in their social and cultural lives."

With this in mind, Alarko Future’s Club maintains its training and development programs, as well as its social, artistic, and sporting activities, to ensure that young Alarko employees who possess these qualities become valuable experts and managers in the future, working in harmony within a team spirit and division of labor."