Clubs and societies are one of the most important aspects of students’ life, it is a place where students can have friendships, personal growth, and career development. It offers students the opportunity to acquire skills and talents that they are not able to learn from normal education. There are various students clubs and societies in the Academy all over its campuses.
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|AASTMT Clubs and Societies – Alexandria|
|The Society name||The Supervisor of the Society||The college||Main Activity||The head of the Society|
|1. IEEE - Alexandria||Prof. Ahmed Abdel Aziz||College of Engineering||The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE, pronounced "I triple E") is a worldwide professional association dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. Its corporate office is in New York City and its operations center is in Piscataway, New Jersey. It was formed in 1963 from the amalgamation of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers. Today, IEEE is the world's largest association of technical professionals with over 400,000 members in chapters all around the world. Its objectives are the educational and technical advancement of electrical and electronic engineering, telecommunications, computer engineering, and allied disciplines||Nour El-Din Alaa Al-Qassas|
|2. Inactus||Prof. Muhammad Abu Al-Azm||Academic Faculties||Enactus is an international non-profit organization that uses the power of entrepreneurial action to improve the quality of life and standard of living for people in need. It provides a platform for university students to collaborate with business and academic leaders in the development of entrepreneurial-based projects that empower people to transform opportunities into real, sustainable progress for themselves and their communities. To enable progress through entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better more sustainable world. About Enactus AAST we gathering more than 80 student in our team this season. Enactus AAST president 2020-2021: Samar farrag aboudief||Samar Farraj Abu Dhif|
|3. AIESEC||Academic Faculties||A student branch of an international organization that helps students develop their life and work skills through student exchange between different countries of pain||Mohamed Kamal|
|4. Omega||Dr. Muhammad Al-Khouly||faculty of Pharmacy||The first society of students in the College of Pharmacy, aiming to develop students' skills through various entertainment and scientific activities||Maryam Ibrahim Badr|
|5. Formula||Prof. Muhammad Abu Al-Azm||College of Engineering||A scientific student society, whose goal is to train students at the College of Engineering on the practical side of the study and adopt ideas and projects and present them in scientific forums, and the main goal is to build a race car and participate in it in international competitions||Ali Mohamed Salah|
|6. Rotaract||Dr.Mohamed Mourad||Academic Faculties||Our aim is to professionally develop youth skills so as to be capable to meet the needs of labor market||Shehab Mahmoud|
|7. ASME||ASME AAST SS is the 1st student section in Alexandria. Our goal is to provide the students with all the necessary knowledge for them to excel in their engineering careers. This is to be achieved through different events, workshops, projects and competitions giving the students a wide range of skills and benefits. We also aim to bring all ASME benefits and resources to our students ASME Mission; To serve our diverse global communities by advancing, disseminating, and applying engineering knowledge for improving the quality of life and communicating the excitement of engineering.|
|AASTMT Clubs and Societies - Smart Village|
|8. IEEE Smart Village Branch||Dr. Moahmed Abaza||College of Engineering And Technology||The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE, pronounced "I triple E") is a worldwide professional association dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. Its corporate office is in New York City and its operations center is in Piscataway, New Jersey. It was formed in 1963 from the amalgamation of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers. Today, IEEE is the world's largest association of technical professionals with over 400,000 members in chapters all around the world. Its objectives are the educational and technical advancement of electrical and electronic engineering, telecommunications, computer engineering, and allied disciplines.
|Sief Eldin Ouda|
|9. SCS||Dr. Hesham Elaraky||College of International and Logistics||- “Supply Chain Secrets is the first student organization established at the Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Studies (Dokki Campus). It started with the goal of providing valuable practical experience to undergraduate students, to prepare them for today’s competitive job market, by focusing on business, supply chain and transportation industries and they're evolving trends.
Creating a Hub where students, experts and leaders share experiences & information.
-Providing real world experience to undergraduates.
- Fill the gap between the academic field and the practical life.
-To enhance students’ ability to think logically.
-Using the latest & updated technology and systems in Supply Chain.
-Qualifying students to excel in a competitive job market.
-Team building and integration through departmental activities.
-Build sustainable generations of effective young people in the supply chain field who use their strengths and aspirations in practical life.
-Applying knowledge, studies and academic techniques in their practical life.
-Increase the awareness of SCM’s role in the Egyptian industry.
-Increase students’ communications with the professional external world.
-Learn to distribute tasks through working in teams on projects and supply chain models.
-Encourage students to discover their abilities, strengths and weaknesses.
-Improve youth’s soft and management skills to qualify them to be one of the effective-efficient supply chain leaders.
-Acknowledge the functions of sub-departments of supply chain department, and match them with students’ strengths & abilities.
-Give our members practical experience through offering:
3) Factory Visits
6) Data bank.
7) Supply Chain simulation models.
9) Job fair.
|10. Power of Law||Dr. Lobna Mesbah||College of Law||It is a student team that represents their colleagues from the Faculty of Law in the Academy Branch in the Smart Village. The team works to confirm the spirit of cooperation between students each other, represented by wrapping a group of students around their leader in practicing all activities (social - cultural - artistic - sports) through the gathering of prisoners of all What brings good relations.
Developing spiritual and moral values, consolidating national and national awareness, raising the value of belonging and loyalty, deepening the foundations of democracy, human rights and citizenship among college students, and working in a team spirit while ensuring the expression of their views within the framework of university traditions and norms.
Refining students' talents, developing their abilities and skills, and employing them for the benefit of the student, his educational institution and the country.
|11. LOGC||Dr. Sara Kholosy||College of International and Logistics||The AAST LOGC family is a family that is interested in adding bonds of communication between students of the College of International Transport and Logistics and working to increase their awareness of the concept of logistics by organizing educational, cultural and social activities and seminars hosting public figures in the field of international transport and logistics and field visits to the most important companies that are always looking to develop concepts related to the subject of our study.
|12. AAST - Mechatrones||Eng. Hossam Haseeb||College of Engineering And Technology - Mechatronics Engineering Department||Students usually have high spirit and motivation that excites the creativity of their ideas, However, a guided dedication of these ideas to an entrepreneurship level might result success beyond the expectations, furthermore, the educational process is not likely to be monopolized by Formal ways of education. Finally, the Mechatronics engineering field is wide and consisted of a variety of sciences that are committed to the technology market, which requires extra work by mechatronics students.
Club Aims to Building a unique engineering mentality, able to lead, manage, and create using all available resources to solve obstacles in our environment using engineering techniques out of the box, which will lead to a highly qualified personality able to compete on strong bases in the entrepreneurship market.
|13. Enactus||Academic Faculties||Enactus is an international non-profit organization that uses the power of entrepreneurial action to improve the quality of life and standard of living for people in need.
It provides a platform for university students to collaborate with business and academic leaders in the development of entrepreneurial-based projects that empower people to transform opportunities into real, sustainable progress for themselves and their communities.
To enable progress through entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better more sustainable world.
|14. Astronomy||Eng. Ahmed Elmalwany||College of Engineering And Technology - Mechatronics Engineering Department||Objectives: Increase the number of working members and committes, establish a stable and running Science team and Projects team, Conduct minor and major expirements and to recieve credibility for our scientific content. Vision: To be a scientific center where any student that wants to shallowly or deeply learn about astronomy can be guided, and to contribute in the scientofic community with publishing scientific researches and practical projects. Mission: to raise awareness about astronomy and to raise the minimum level of knowledge about the universe and how our species interact with it using different scientific simplification techniques.||ZEIAD NASR HASSAN|
|15. JMC||Dr. Ahmed Elsedawy||College of Management and Technology||The JMC is a student initiative appointed by the Arab Academy for Science & Technology (AAST) to manage and support the CMT at the Smart Village Campus.
Founded March of 2016, the Junior Management Club consists of a group of students from each semester and major in the AAST Smart Village campus' College of Management of Technology.
The goal is to support the administration office as well as the dean in organizing events, gathering feedback from students and implementing suggestions to further improve their learning experience.
On the one hand, this enhances the quality of education and on the other, it gives the students in the JMC practical experience in terms of teamwork, project management as well as organizational skills and professionalism.
|AASTMT Clubs and Societies - Sheraton|
|16. Enactus – Sheraton||Community development Youth skills development Organizing development projects. Enactus.firstname.lastname@example.org||Amr Hammaad|
|17. علشانك يابلدي AYB||Community development and the advancement of the country environmental and Community services Ayb.email@example.com||Ronada Eldaem|
|18. Revolution of The union||Social activity Theunionmaast@gmail.com||Ashraf Mokhtar|
|19. Roben||Technological activities President.firstname.lastname@example.org||Farah Mohamed|
|20. Astronomy||Special activities in astronomy Astronomyclub.email@example.com||Ezz Eldin Ahmed Sanad|
|21. Platinum||Increasing awareness in the areas of performance, organization and marketing firstname.lastname@example.org||Shahd Hany|
|22. AYC||Linking the work of the Academy and the League of Arab States email@example.com||Mostafa Ossama Heikal|
|AASTMT Clubs and Societies – El Alamein|
|23. Alamein’s Ambassadors||Aims to represent the Al-Alamein campus in official visits and events, and to participate in marketing for the campus.
http://www.aast.edu/ar/student-affairs/elalamein/contenttemp.php?page_id=65600019 Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/AlameinsAmbassadors
|Salma Yasser Emad S.Y.Abdelkader@student.aast.edu|
|24. Alamein’s Champions||Takes an interest in all kind of sporting activities and encourage students to participate in university competitions. http://www.aast.edu/ar/student-affairs/elalamein/contenttemp.php?page_id=65600020 Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/AASTAlameinchampions||Mohamed Mostafa firstname.lastname@example.org|
|25. Sky Club||Aims to develop students' life skills in all fields http://www.aast.edu/ar/student-affairs/elalamein/contenttemp.php?page_id=65600021 Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/AASTAlameinSKYClub||Salma Fawzy Mohamed email@example.com|
|26. Entrepreneurship Society||aims to spread the idea of entrepreneurship among the students and adopting creative ideas http://www.aast.edu/ar/student-affairs/elalamein/contenttemp.php?page_id=65600023 Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/Entrepreneurship-Society-Alamein-104686194462442||Mohamed Abd El Azzem M.A.Abozeid@student.aast.edu|
|27. Alamein’s Scouts||aims to teach students the basics of Scouts and participate in camping competitions http://www.aast.edu/en/student-affairs/elalamein/contenttemp.php?page_id=65600029||Mina Ayman Wadea M.A.THABET@student.aast.edu|
|28. Muse Club||aims to encourage the participation of talented students in drawing http://www.aast.edu/ar/student-affairs/elalamein/contenttemp.php?page_id=65600024 Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/museAAST||Habiba Mohamed Ali firstname.lastname@example.org|
|29. Swift Club||aims to interest in the scientific field and scientific research http://www.aast.edu/en/student-affairs/elalamein/contenttemp.php?page_id=65600026 Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/SwiftAASTMT||Nada Walid Abd El Moniem N.W.Mahmoud@student.aast.edu|
|30. Talent Club||discover and encourage talented students in the fields of acting, singing and poetry http://www.aast.edu/en/student-affairs/elalamein/contenttemp.php?page_id=65600025||Sohila Ehab email@example.com|
|31. ASPSA||Alexandria Scientific Pharmaceutical Students' Association http://www.aast.edu/en/student-affairs/elalamein/contenttemp.php?page_id=65600027||Nada Mohamed Shahin firstname.lastname@example.org|
|32. Alamein’s Rotaract||aims to encourage students to participate in community activities and services http://www.aast.edu/en/student-affairs/elalamein/contenttemp.php?page_id=65600028||Asser Mohmoud El Henawy email@example.com|
|33. بصمة خير||Aims to encourage students to community service and to have a mark in the Al-Alamein community http://www.aast.edu/en/student-affairs/elalamein/contenttemp.php?page_id=65600022 Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/bassmetkheerAAST||Omar Osama Abd Elmoniem firstname.lastname@example.org|
|The Society name||The Supervisor of the Society||The college||Main Activity||The head of the Society|
|1. Hands||Prof. Ahmed El-Shenawy||Academic Faculties||Hands is a non-profit student organization at the Arab Academy for Science and Technology & Maritime Transport. It was founded in fall 2010 As a student society, Hands gathered more than 130 students under the theme of helping each other maximize their effectiveness and efficiency. Hands activities included Charity, Awareness, Entertainment, and Human Development Programs and Events. Hands target is to help students and change their minds and lives and trying to get the students out the mood of college. Hands Vision is achieving deep relationships between students through a self-sufficient society that will benefit the students’ educational and social life. Hands Goal is gathering the AAST student under the theme of helping each other||Mohammed Ismail|
|2. Invictus||In 2017: 4th place in International MATE ROV Competition and
In 2019: 1st place in Product demonstration and 2nd place worldwide in
International MATE ROV Competition
Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/Invictus.ROVs.Co
|3. Abydos||In 2018: First on Egypt Regional MATE ROV Competition
Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/AbydosCo
|4. Kraken||In 2020: Best Maneuvering and Best Mechanical Design in
Underwater Robotics Challenges.
Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/KrakenAAST
|5. RIC club|
|ROV Teams in Sheraton|
|6. Roben Team||Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/RobEn.aast|
|7. RIC club|
|ROV Teams in Smart Village|
|8. Robosphinx||Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/ROVOSPHINX|
|9. RIC Club in South Valley|
|10. RIC club in Alamien|
Since the inception of the Arab Academy it gives sports and athletes great priority in terms of
its beliefs in social and national responsibility as one of the joint work of Arab organizations
and to present a successful model on Egyptian soil.
The AASTMT provides the opportunities for all students to enhance, refine and demonstrate their athletic and intellectual skills through teamwork, sportsmanship, intercollegiate competition and to further seek and provide the staff and facilities for the training necessary for an outstanding athletic program and the development of a well-rounded athlete.