Prof. Abdel Fattah Saoud, Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, checked the activities of the annual employment fair of Ain Shams University, which is organized by the University ASU Career Center, under the supervision of Prof. Asst. Dr. Ahmed Abdel Aziz, Director of the Employment Center, in the presence of Prof. Muhammad Al-Buhairi, Director of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Mrs. Reham Al-Atifi, who is in charge of the university’s assistant secretary for education and student affairs, Mr. Ibrahim Saeed Hamza, Director General of the Office of the Vice President for Education and Student Affairs and the General Supervisor of the Cities Sector, where he met with the exhibitors participating in the forum, he was keen to know their opinions, based on the importance of the role of various companies and institutions as partners of the university in the development of thought.
His Excellency also held a dialogue with some students, urging them to develop themselves so that they can make a distinguished CV, as the labor market has become large and expanding, pointing out that employment opportunities will be many for the distinguished who have invested in themselves in a distinctive way and are interested in interdisciplinary studies.
Prof. Abdel-Fattah Saoud praised the role of the ASU Career Center in organizing various courses to guide students, as well as cooperating with the Alumni Association.
The forum included guidance and direction workshops aimed at connecting experts with university students and graduates to make their professional decisions. Skills and technical workshops were held by partners and experts in various fields with the aim of helping students and graduates build their professional and technical skills in several fields.
It is worth noting that the university's annual recruitment forum this year, which lasted for two days, was attended by 57 local companies and several international chains. It targeted third and fourth-year students, fresh graduates, and graduates up to three years ago.