Alumni News

Monday, February 19, 2018

“I recommend you to develop your English, as it’s essential in today’s world of business, along with computer skills because they’re the basics of getting a job, and the labor market top required skills are excellence and professionalism in communication. So work hard to improve your skills on continuous basis, or you’ll be left behind”

Alumni Affairs Department at the Deanship of Student Affairs hosted Mr. Faleh Abu Arra Vice President for Administrative and Financial Affairs in a specialized workshop on “How to make a professional interview”, within the training program “Skills for Job Search” by Said Abu Moalla in presence of dozens of upcoming graduates from various faculties and specializations.

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Pictures from the training of participants in Jawwal’s training program implemented with the Palestinian universities in its tenth edition, with a strong participation of the Arab American University team, at the Communications Academy in Jericho to familiarize participants with the program and provide them with the necessary skills to join.

Saturday, February 17, 2018
Part of the training

Alumni Affairs Department at the Deanship of Student Affairs concluded a training program for its graduates entitled “Strategic Planning” with participation of 22 graduates in the 40 hours training within eight sessions. The training presented by Muhanad Abu Deqer aims to develop the participants' personal competencies and strategic planning skills through clarifying and explaining the strategic planning concept and importance in the institutions’ management.

Sunday, January 28, 2018

Students Ali Swahra and Abdel Salam Mansour from the Faculty of Engineering and IT participated in the workshop held by Palestine Trade Center (PalTrade) in Jericho, titled “Youth role of in Building Knowledge-Based Economy” for two days, with participation of many students and representatives of Palestinian universities. Aiming to enhance the universities students’ knowledge and direct them to develop graduation projects that address our priorities as Palestinians.

Sunday, January 21, 2018
From the training

In pictures: Concluding the training held by the university Alumni Affairs Department in cooperation with INJAZ Palestine, entitled “My Path to Professionalism”. A total of 23 students participated in the four-day training. It was presented by trainers Osama Al-Sa’di and Bilal Al-Ashqar, they discussed several topics most importantly; time management, oral and written communicates, solving problems, team-building, preparing CVs and job interviews.

Monday, January 15, 2018

Alumni Affairs Department at the Arab American University Deanship of Student Affairs organized introductory workshop on the world’s first professional communication site LinkedIn. It was presented by the University President advisor for classification, Dr. Muath Sabha in presence of dozens of the university upcoming graduates.

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

The management of the training program organized by Jawwal entitled “Ana Jawwal”, held a series of interviews for the Arab American University students wishing to participate in its tenth season. The interviews were held in cooperation with the Alumni Affairs Department at the Deanship of Student Affairs with more than 150 students from the University.

Saturday, December 30, 2017

For the fifth time in a row, the Arab American University team won the first place among seven participating universities in the training program “Ana Jawwal” organized by Jawwal Company in its ninth edition for 2016/2017 with participation of over 130 students. The Arab American University team included 21 students from different faculties.

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Alumni Affairs Department at the Deanship of Student Affairs concluded a training program for female graduates entitled “Enhancing Management Skills” in cooperation with the Community Vision Friends Association and the Food Industries Federation. The training lasted three training days for 22 graduates.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Alumni Affairs Department at the Deanship of Students Affairs hosted Mrs. Manar Abu Al-Seba’, Assistant of the University President Administrative and Financial Affairs Assistant, to review her experience entering labor market and discuss career development stages with a number of university upcoming graduates, as part of the university training program to prepare its students to enter the labor market.