Career Services

Activities

One-on-One Counseling sessions:

From Monday to Friday (10:00 am to 12:30 pm and from 3:00 to 5:00 pm), students can get appointments with the career services office to:

  • Review their CVs and cover letters
  • Discuss their career project
  • Get help with their internship and job search
  • Get recruiters contacts

Career Orientation Sessions:

To prepare students for the job market, each semester the service organizes career orientations sessions, which are workshops that coach students on job search techniques and counsel them on their different career issues. They include mock interviews that provide an evaluation of the overall students’ interview performance, application file and career project. These sessions are also part of the exit test process and are a prerequisite for students ‘graduation.

Mock Interviews:

Are great encounters between future graduates and professional alumni
and experts. They are opportunities to help students test their interview skills, pitch their career projects, and get an evaluation about their resumes, their professional projects, and their overall interview performance.

Mock interviews schedule:

Fall Mock Interviews: First week of October

Spring Mock Interviews: First week of March

 

Career Workshops:

Don’t really know what is going on in the real professional world? Don’t know yet whether it is better to do a master or directly resume a professional experience? Alumni, business experts, and professionals from different sectors of activity will come share their experience with you. Career workshops are interactive information sessions about industries and careers. They will help you make a well-informed career decision.

 

Alumni Mentors Circle:

Need someone to advise you, coach you and guide you once out in the job market? The Alumni mentors circle can. Contact the Al Akhawayn Career Services Office, which will refer you to an alum that will be your mentor. A mentor will provide you with the advice and the visibility you need to make your career choice. A mentor will help you also have access to the right professional network that is likely to facilitate your job search.

You can also join Facebook group “AUI Mentoring Program Project (Alpha)”. It’s a group that has been  newly created by a group of very active AUI alumni who would like to help their peers in their career pursuits.