Development Professional & Chevening ALUMNI
Mostafa is a graduate of Petroleum and Mining Engineering from Suez Canal University. He has always had a great passion to work with youth through NGOs and student activities since 2006. That was his motive to shift his career to the non-profit sector. Mostafa was awarded several prestigious scholarships. He was awarded Lazord Fellowship in 2014, the Yousef Jameel public leadership fellowship and Chevening scholarship in 2015. Mostafa holds a master’s degree in project management with from Aberdeen Business School/Robert Gordon University, with distinction. Mostafa possesses an extensive work experience with leading international organizations. Mostafa was a program officer at Save the Children International. He also served in the United Nations Volunteers program as the National Youth Development Specialist, where he led the organization of the International Volunteers Day (IVD) in 2014. Moreover, Mostafa Mostafa worked as a project manager at the American University in Cairo managing a UNICEF project. Mostafa represented Egypt in several regional and International events including IYLF, IYLC, Generations for peace, INS, Mena Integrity School and most recently, the NASPAA global student simulation, where he represented AUC and his team was awarded the regional competition. Meanwhile, Mostafa works for GIZ as part of the Career Guidance Component within the Employment Promotion Project (EPP), while completing his master’s degree at AUC, majoring in public administration.