This application will take about 30 minutes, so find a comfy seat, lay back, and start filling!
If your application gets accepted, you may be emailed a qualification test form before we decide your interview date.Being an IEEE AAST AlexSB volunteer has never been easy; it adds value to you and expects for you to add back value.Please note that we accept only undergraduates from AAST Abu-qer and Miami branches.
For engineering or computer science students:
Choose 1 primary and 1 secondary committee only.
For non-engineering nor computer science students:
Choose 2 secondary committees only.
Here is a brief about each committee to help you choose what fits you.
The listed skills are not requirements, they're only what the committee is to potentially use in its work. We provide trainings to unexperienced volunteers to get them ready to benefit the branch. However, any experience in any skill is a bonus for getting recruited.
Please, choose the committees that you have experience in the most.
Software programming, Web-development, mobile-app-development, competitive programming.
The IT team is responsible for developing our website and mobile application, hosting programming contests, and managing events and courses to teach students about IT related technologies.Technical:
Robotics, Arduino, Electronics, Raspberry PI, Embedded Systems, PCB Designing/Fabrication, machine learning, computer vision.
The Technical team is responsible for managing events and courses to teach students about robotics, electronics, and new technologies.Simulation:
Simulators, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Hardware/Software Simulation, Virtual Contests.
The Simulation team is responsible for making competitions for simulated robots and host it for the first time in Egypt.Media:
Photoshop, video designing/editing, photography.
The Media team is responsible for designing the branch's images and videos.Marketing:
digital marketing, offline marketing, social skills, creativity.
The Marketing team is responsible for coming up with new and attractive ideas/techniques for the branch and its events.Documentation:
Good English or Arabic, social media posts, emails, event descriptions, etc.
The Documentation team is responsible for writing any texts coming out from the branch. Good English is a must, good Arabic is a bonus but not mandatory.Registration:
Forms, MS Excel, Data Analysis.
The Registration team is responsible for collecting data such as attendees information and marketing techniques used for every event and their success levels.Operations:
Physical flexibility, social skills, negotiation skills, good with money.
The Operations team is responsible for finding the best deals for the branch and reaching out the sellers.
Regardless of which committees you chose, in a scale of 0 to 10, please provide your experience in each committee.
Make sure you have read the details about each committee, the skills required, and the work it does before proceeding.
Make sure your ratings are valid compared to each other. For example, don't choose the same number for two committees if your skills in one are higher than in the other.