Amman Arab University Students Collaborate with Zaha Cultural Center to Launch Innovative Initiative (Exploring Tomorrow with AAU)
In a bid to bolster the partnership between Amman Arab University and the Zaha Cultural Center (Ghor Al-Safi Branch), a dynamic initiative was orchestrated. The event encompassed a guidance carnival tailored for high school students in the Ghor Al-Safi region. The carnival centered around various themes, including navigating the selection of university majors, uncovering the diverse opportunities within each specialization, and optimizing the decision-making process.
During the proceedings, Ibrahim Al-Awneh, a representative from the Faculty of Business, took the stage to elucidate the university's vision. He underscored the institution's commitment to serving the local community, a commitment brought to life by the efforts of both faculty members and students across educational, training, and volunteer domains.
Mr. Mohammed Al-Ashoush, Director of the Zaha Cultural Center (Ghor Al-Safi Branch) and a student at the Faculty of Computer and Informatics Sciences, highlighted the distinctive attributes setting Amman Arab University apart from other Jordanian counterparts. He also shed light on the university's incentivizing discounts available to students.
In recognition of this initiative's significance, Dr. Alaa Al-Boat, a faculty member within the Faculty of Business and the coordinator of this undertaking, commended the organizers and participants. He praised the initiative for its informative components and its contribution to education. In a heartwarming gesture, educational materials and tangible gifts were distributed to over 2,800 students within the Ghor Al-Safi area.