About Jad Abou Ibrahim

  • Academic Level Diploma
  • Age 18 - 22 Years
  • Gender Male
  • Industry Websites, IT and Software


A passionate and workaholic Computer Science student at Lebanese American University. Highly interested in gaining any experience in the fields of programming and technology. In search to use my coding, computer literacy, and communication skills in short internship opportunities.


Honors & awards

  • 2020

    Most Active Participant - YASERA - Youth Activism and Social Entrepreneurship in Rural Areas

    I was given the chance to be a part of this project aimed towards social entrepreneurship in rural areas of Lebanon. Delivered online the workshop focused on building our mentality towards building a sustainable business while keeping an eye on the social benefits of our work. Due to the extra efforts I put and the enthusiasm I showed I was awarded the \Most Active Participant\. The main skills enhanced in this workshop included entrepreneurial skills both on the personal and professional levels. Throughout my experience there, I explored new thinking methods and explored new concepts regarding social enterprises.

  • 2019

    2nd Best Startup - American University of Beirut- Maroon Semaan Faculty of Engineering and Architecture

    I was accepted to be a part of the American University of Beirut Youth Summer Program with 25% acceptance rate. The program was from July 1 to July 19 under the theme “Engineering for Good: Big Data and Artificial Intelligence”. Various skills were developed from this workshop from programming using python, 3D designing and printing, Arduino, Photoshop, and Natural language Processing(NLP) till introducing me to entrepreneurship skills via lectures and hands-on projects . My team and I came up with an artificial judge Python program which implements AI technologies and can come up with final statements (guilty/ not guilty).

  • 2018

    Best Startup - Riyada for Social Innovation

    This program focused on three main pillars of technology, entrepreneurship, and social good. As a part of it, I was introduced to new concepts of Arduino developing, coding, leadership, and entrepreneurial skills. My team was able to to secure the first place by developing an interface in which Arduinos are used to track and warn ambulances about how crowded a hospital is and reroutes it to the nearest uncrowded hospital.


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