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The United States and the Ministry of Higher Education Inaugurate Career Centers at Tanta University to Prepare Students for Job Market

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                                30 Career Centers to be Established at 22 Universities as Part of USAID-Led .5 Million US Government Partnership
                            
                            
                                                
                            
                                                            TANTA, Egypt, January 20, 2022/APO Group/ -- 
                                                        
                            The United States and the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research launched two Centers for Career Development at Tanta University to prepare students for the workforce and connect them with jobs.  Tanta University Career Centers will provide opportunities for students to explore paths to successful careers in established industries, to enhance their skills and network with Egypt's leading companies.



At the opening ceremony, USAID Mission Director Leslie Reed said, “Preparing students to successfully transition from education to employment and to compete and participate in an evolving economy is at the core of the guidance model. university professional.  Since we launched the Career Centers project in 2017, the United States and our Egyptian partners have opened 18 centers at 11 universities in Egypt, including our two centers at Tanta University.  By 2025, the Centers will serve 1.5 million students.”

Centers for Career Development provide students with career guidance and training in skills such as leadership, problem solving, critical thinking, and entrepreneurship.  The Centers also track changing labor market needs to inform university curricula and establish key networks and linkages between universities and the private sector.

In all, 30 career centers will be established at 22 universities as part of the .5 million USAID-led U.S. government partnership, which began as a pilot project with the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and the University American in Cairo.

US government support for career centers is part of the  billion (EGP 471 billion) the American people have invested in Egypt through USAID since 1978. To learn more about our work in Egypt, visit https://www.  usaid.gov/egypt, and follow on Facebook and Twitter at @USAIDEgypt.
The United States and the Ministry of Higher Education Inaugurate Career Centers at Tanta University to Prepare Students for Job Market

30 Career Centers to be Established at 22 Universities as Part of USAID-Led $33.5 Million US Government Partnership

TANTA, Egypt, January 20, 2022/APO Group/ —

The United States and the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research launched two Centers for Career Development at Tanta University to prepare students for the workforce and connect them with jobs. Tanta University Career Centers will provide opportunities for students to explore paths to successful careers in established industries, to enhance their skills and network with Egypt‘s leading companies.

At the opening ceremony, USAID Mission Director Leslie Reed said, “Preparing students to successfully transition from education to employment and to compete and participate in an evolving economy is at the core of the guidance model. university professional. Since we launched the Career Centers project in 2017, the United States and our Egyptian partners have opened 18 centers at 11 universities in Egypt, including our two centers at Tanta University. By 2025, the Centers will serve 1.5 million students.”

Centers for Career Development provide students with career guidance and training in skills such as leadership, problem solving, critical thinking, and entrepreneurship. The Centers also track changing labor market needs to inform university curricula and establish key networks and linkages between universities and the private sector.

In all, 30 career centers will be established at 22 universities as part of the $33.5 million USAID-led U.S. government partnership, which began as a pilot project with the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and the University American in Cairo.

US government support for career centers is part of the $30 billion (EGP 471 billion) the American people have invested in Egypt through USAID since 1978. To learn more about our work in Egypt, visit https://www. usaid.gov/egypt, and follow on Facebook and Twitter at @USAIDEgypt.

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