Envision Your Future: A Career Exploration Journey

International students

Learn about a variety of career options under the guidance of career experts with years of experience in career advising, hands-on learning, and employer relations. Discover what the job trends are in today’s competitive market, learn what qualities you already possess, and find out what skills you need to establish your brand and achieve your career ambitions. This boot camp takes an experiential learning approach, where you will participate in job shadowing to interact with professionals firsthand. You will learn how to conduct informational interviews and search for practical learning opportunities online and through your networks.

At the end of the boot camp, you will present your personalized career story and an action plan of what you will do next to pursue your identified career. Start your career exploration adventure this summer and gain a clear view of your interests that will help you set up the perfect career plan for you.

  • Understand personal strengths and career interests 
  • Identify potential areas of study and careers paths 
  • Explore experiential learning opportunities 
  • Create a career action plan
  • One-week: July 24 - 28, 2022
  • Sessions will run daily from 9 am to 3 pm
  • AUC New Cairo campus
  • Fridays and Saturdays off
  • EGP 2,500 (price includes one lunch meal)
  • 10% discount offered for siblings

High-school students ages 15 to 17 years.

All the boot camp participants will receive a certificate of participation from AUC.

The AUC bus service is available for extra fees. Details on the schedule will be shared before the program's start date.
Note that only vaccinated students are allowed to use the bus service.

Accommodation is offered at the University residences.

Caroline Nassar (MA ’15) 

Caroline Nassar is a senior career adviser at AUC’s Career Center. She holds an MA from AUC in the field of international and comparative education and has worked in many different fields, including education and training. Nassar currently teaches in the Professional Educator Diploma in the Teaching Early Years Learners track. 

Maha El Moslemany ’03 

Maha El Moslemany is associate director of employer relations at AUC’s Career Center. She is an AUC journalism and mass communication graduate with minors in psychology and business administration. She is passionate about coaching, training and enhancing younger generations’ career preparation tool-kit. El Moslemany is a member of the National Career Development Association (NCDA), USA and a certified Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF). 

A 100% refund of the program fees will be offered in the following cases. Cases should be reported at least three weeks before the program's start date.

  • Course cancellation 
  • Medical withdrawal
  • Visa denial