Effat University Launches 17th Annual Career Day
Under the Patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Lolowah Al Faisal
Effat University Launches 17th Annual Career Day, Under the Title: Our Youth Driving Change
- Effat University Annual Career Fair offers job seekers first hand opportunity to meet with potential employers
- Around 4000 visitors attended event where more than 30 companies had booths with over 200 jobs on offer.
- Career Fair is open to all and both males and females can attend.
JEDDAH, March 2018: Effat University launched its 17th Annual Career Fair on the 2nd and 3rd of April 2018, under the gracious patronage of Her Royal Highness of Princess Lolowah Al Faisal. Held on the university Library & Cultural Museum, the event was open to the public; males and females attended to get an up-close and personal view of a wide variety of jobs.
“Effat University has been hosting its annual career fair since 2001 in order to provide valuable insight and information that broadens job seekers' knowledge about career development opportunities," said Dr. Haifa Jamal Al-Lail, President of Effat University. “We are pleased to welcome all comers, male and female, to attend lectures and panel discussions, participate in interactive workshops, and make the most of a firsthand opportunity to meet with potential employers."
During the event, two guest speakers; Dr Taghreed AlSarraj- an author, an international educational consultant, women leadership coach, and an international public speaker, and Ms Dania Al Maeena, the CEO of Aloula non-profit organization, and co-founder of Jeddah United and Riyadh United, the first Saudi organizations to promote women's sport in the kingdom gave speeches to audience. In addition, both days consisted of workshops, one-on-one consultancies, and rooms for interviews.
Over the two days it is around 4000 visitors attended the event where more than 30 companies had booths with over 200 jobs on offer.
Effat University, the first non-profit educational institute specialized in offering higher education for girls in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, is committed to organizing and participating in events that contribute to the successful socio-economic progress of the Kingdom through the development of a highly qualified and skilled national workforce as part of Vision 2030.