From the American University of Cairo website:
“After the recent developments in Egypt, there has been an increased interest in entrepreneurship as well as social development. Youths, in particular, are looking for unique opportunities to start their own businesses that can make an impact on Egyptian society and the global community. President Obama’s recent initiatives to foster entrepreneurship throughout the Middle East make this a shared opportunity for the participants and its supporters.
The Business School at The American University in Cairo (AUC) has agreed to be the program’s partner in Egypt. Its innovative and contemporary approach to education, as well as its focus on entrepreneurship, makes it a premier partner. The AUC will host the program in Egypt, provide educators and access to its network where relevant, and assist in selecting participating students.
In the U.S., the program will be under the sponsorship of the Institute for Education, LearnServe International, and Mercator XXI. It will also have affiliations with Philadelphia’s University City Science Center and Lafayette College. The program will be split between Washington, DC and Philadelphia, PA.”
Read more at the American University of Cairo website ->