Bluemix U Ambassador Program

Bluemix-U-2-300x279[1]Bluemix U Ambassador Program…Learn while earning prizes

 There’s an exciting opportunity for full-time undergraduate students to become campus ambassadors for IBM Bluemix which allows you to create, deploy and manage your applications in the cloud.

Ambassadors will:

  • Receive free access to Bluemix and the ability to upgrade their account for free
  • Learn more about the platform and upcoming Bluemix events
  • Host tech events, meetups, and demos on campus


Complete Challenges

We have 3 types of challenges available on the hub: Fun, Education, and Asks, which will help you learn more about Bluemix. Each challenge is associated with a point value which you can redeem for prizes.


As a Bluemix U Ambassador, you have the opportunity to network with many of your peers and professors in the cloud platform community.

Earn Rewards

As you accumulate more points, you can exchange them for swag and other perks such as pitching your app to an IBM exec, or earning an internship at IBM.

Learn more:

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Follow us @IBMBluemixu

Take a flyer to your next meeting or pass along to a faculty member. Click here to download.


IBM Bright ICT Bluemix Competition

IBMCloud_Herographic_Blue_900pxBright ICT Bluemix Competition

As students and future practitioners of Information Systems (IS), you can play a significant part in making the Internet a safer place for organizations and society in general.  The Bright ICT Bluemix Competition, sponsored in partnership with IBM, will allow you to demonstrate the impact that IS can have in making the Internet a safer place by challenging your team of 1-5 individuals to design and implement an innovative IS solution leveraging the power of IBM Bluemix platform-as-a-service to prevent undesirable and dangerous activities on the Internet. Examples include (but are not limited to): Cybercrime, Cyberterrorism, Cyberbullying, Internet Extortion, etc. In short, if it is happening on the Internet and it is causing harm to an individual or an organization, it is fair game!   Click here to learn more. 


SAP Innojam Information Now Available!

We are happy to announce that the details of the 2016 SAP Innojam at the AIS Student Chapter Leadership Conference are now available!

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Security Competition Case Study Now Available!

The security case study is now available for the AIS SCLC 2016!

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Student Chapter Spotlights – The American University of Cairo

AIS around the World

AIS chapters around the world have dedicated the past year to bringing awareness to IS and IT programs both on and off campus. The Association of Information Systems at the American University in Cairo has excelled at promoting the AIS mission. The chapter was established and accredited in March of 2010 and has since been working to spread awareness, recruit and establish the organization across the community.

The American University of Cairo’s AIS chapter has involved members in professional development in many ways. The group has hosted forums allowing students and members to further develop skills and extend the knowledge beyond what they may receive in a classroom setting. The group created a series of weekly lectures with guest speakers from the Egyptian professional community to help students develop unique IS skills. “The forums also feature a workshop program whereby students can sit down with the IT professionals and experts in focus groups to understand the technical workings in more detail,” said current President Marina Nabih.

Another noteworthy accomplishment of the chapter in the past year was their effort to gain accreditation of the IS major. They started by interviewing with the accreditation body. The university’s MICT major has since then been triple crowned by three different accreditation bodies. The chapter plans to continue this role when it comes time for reaccreditation in the future.

The American University of Cairo AIS group members have proven to be excellent in their efforts of communications, membership and professional development. In terms of communication, they distribute information and news through a variety of channels such as Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp, Snapchat, email and more. Their continuous effort to communicate with members allows everyone to stay connected and involved. Digital communication and social media techniques are also used by the chapter to help with awareness and recruitment.

Overall, their membership efforts have been very successful along with the variety of events that they have hosted for professional development purposes. The chapter was recognized for excellence in these areas at the Membership Award Luncheon last year.


UWF first to get Bright ICT Competition team together!

Don’t rush. Don’t hurry. Just get to work!

Don’t be one of those teams that waits to the last minute.

Get your AIS SCLC competition team together today!

For more information, click here.