iSpark is Holding its Annual Summit ‘Traverse’ for High School Students


Career Development Services Company, iSpark, is holding its second annual summit for high school students on Saturday October 21st 2017 at the Greek Campus in Tahrir from 10 am until 8 pm, under the name of “Traverse”.

The event aims to help high school students explore different parallel education opportunities that will help them develop their skills, build their characters and accordingly excel at their chosen career. It also encourages them to network and get exposed to different opportunities and facilities, engage in different fun activities during the day, get inspired through talks, panel discussions and success stories by a variety of speakers and enjoying entertaining performances.


Traverse is providing students this year with a wide platform of local and international universities as well as 30+ student activities provided by NGOs and clubs in different areas of interest such as; ICGE, ISLC, MUNs, Tedxyouth, Entrepreneurs’ Society, Arcadia, Artkhana, Journey of Entrepreneurship, Astronomy club, Seeds of Peace, The Fight Zone, Egypt Poet Society, and much more. In addition to a big variety of inspirational talks by influential speakers in Egypt and young entrepreneurs, there will be performances by young talents.


“Why not have an annual summit that connects all students in Egypt with extracurricular activities that can provide them with different experiences? Extracurricular activities have become one of the deal breakers for many employers nowadays and can be seen as a clear indicator if one’s character is built strongly. Starting this while you are still in high school will help you grow faster and aim higher,” stated Co-founder and COO of iSpark, Ahmed El Rosy.


“We are aiming through Traverse to surround our high school students with all the opportunities they can seize and give them the exposure to build their skills and prepare for what is after their high school years,” concluded Co-founder and CEO of iSpark, Mostafa Hashisha.


Students can register online through the following link, then they can get their tickets from the closest “Bouza Roll” branch.

For more information about the event, check out FB page of Traverse 2017