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Batch 2020 & 2021
Tuesday, June 15th, 2021 | From 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
The Alumni Relations Office at the University of Dubai (UD) is cordially inviting the mentors and mentees of the academic year 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 to join the
“Alumni-Student Mentoring Program (ASMP) Virtual Closing Ceremony”.
The ceremony will begin with a welcome note by the Director of Internship & Career Development Center and The Alumni Relations, Ms. Amina El Marzak, followed by address note by the University of Dubai’s President, Dr. Eesa Bastaki.
The event will provide the mentors and mentees an opportunity to share their experiences and feedback about the mentoring program and to give their testimonials.
By the end of the ceremony, the mentors and the mentees who joined the program will be awarded with certificates of appreciation.
To evaluate the mentoring program, please fill in the short survey by clicking the link below:
Joining the Alumni –Student Mentoring Program (ASMP), was one of the best decisions I have made in terms of developing myself. My mentor is very knowledgeable about Information Technology (IT) and has the skills and the experience that he shared with me. He provided me with helpful insights about how the work life will be after the graduation. I’m very passionate about IT and it’s my major as well. Being in this program gave me the opportunity and hands-on experience in IT field. I am grateful for the mentorship program and would urge all students to join it.
I have greatly benefited from the Alumni Student Mentoring Program (ASMP). My interactions with my mentors helped shaping my personality and developed my communication, decision making, and public speaking skills. All of which greatly assisted me during the debate competitions in universities. My mentors: Mr. Ala Mikdadi and Mr. Mohamad Al Shaer, gave me key advices that helped me to choose my major and improve the way I communicate with people. I had a positive experience with the program as I was connected to people who have experience and good understanding of the world around us. I encourage students to give ASMP a shot. What do you have to lose?