Student Organizations at Education City fall under seven primary categories; programming, governance, community service, cultural, recreation, and special interest. While we recognize that some organizations could serve dual roles, we ask them to identify a primary focus area. Below you will find all currently registered Education City student organizations listed in alphabetical order by name, along with their mission and contact information. If you are interested in learning more about an organization, becoming a member, or simply collaborating on a project or event, please do not hesitate to contact them directly.
Education City Charity Trust (ECCT)
Contact: Abdulla Firoze / email@example.com
Syrian Students' Association (SSA)
Mission: To foster unity among the Syrian community in Education City and promote Syrian culture within Education City through cultural events and assisting in community service.
Contact: Wasseem Skef / firstname.lastname@example.org
Jazba: Pakistani Spirit
Contact: Haider Zali / email@example.com
Education City Palestinian Club (ECPC)
Contact: Abdulafo Ajjawi / firstname.lastname@example.org
Residence Hall Council (RHC)
Mission: To promote the general welfare of all students living in Education City residence halls.
Contact: Sami Al-Terkawi Hasib / email@example.com
Contact: Sarah Mohammed / Sarah.Mohamed@aiesec.net
Qumrah (EC Photography Club)
Contact: Fatima Al-Afifi / firstname.lastname@example.org
MyEC (Muslim Youth of Education City)
Mission: To educate members of the community about Islam as well as promote a sense of community through a collection of spiritual discussions, academic forums, charity events, and sports programs.
Contact: Aicha Mahfoudhi / email@example.com
Mission:To disperse innovative ideas cultured & nurtured in Education City to the larger Doha community through talks, conferences and eventually to the international audience.
Contact: Saba Singh / firstname.lastname@example.org