DJUCO Student Network (DSN) was established in August 2014 and is the output of the merging of DJUCO Student Forum and DJUCO Alumni Network.
DSN has two goals:
1) To provide undergraduate students and fresh graduates with knowledge and soft skills that make them as prepared as possible for the labour market. Jordan has a high percentage of youth unemployment and students often do not possess the experience, knowledge, or skills needed to obtain a job after graduation. The DSN aims at bridging this important gap.
2) To help the students detect the issues student face at their universities and work along their side - together with university staff - to find and propose ideas for solutions.
DJUCO Partnership's interns plan and organise the activities along with the DSN's volunteers, who are Saif Al-Laham, Zaina Foudeh, Wafaa Massad, Saja Abu Omar, and Abdallah Maher.
Over the past term they have helped organise different events including a “Students in Dialogue meeting” at Hashemite University (Wafaa, Abdallah, Saja, and Saif), a Debate Club November 2014 (Zeina) and DJUCO Partnership's 2nd Innovation Camp which was held January 17-19, 2015 in cooperation with LoYAC Jordan (Saja and Saif).