25 June 2010

I am leaving AIESEC series

30th of June 2010 is my last day in AIESEC (that is a bit more than 5 years in the organization). Since I decided to leave, lots of thoughts crossed my mind about this amazing organization that gave me experiences that changed me and my whole life.
But one post with everything I wanted to say about AIESEC would be impossibly long and unpractical to read in a screen (even if you had a fancy iPad), so I will make a series of post the coming days about it.
I hope you enjoy reading as much as I enjoyed writing about these 5 years of leadership development, challenge and peak experiences.
If you still don’t know what is AIESEC (which world do you live?), here is a brief about it:

What is AIESEC?
AIESEC is amazing” was one of the best answers I heard in reply to this question. But I can say it in a more understandable way: AIESEC is a platform for youth leadership development. It offers young people the opportunity to be global citizens, to change the world, and to get experience and skills that matter today. AIESEC is quite large: present in over 107 countries and territories and with over 45,000 members, AIESEC is the world's largest student‐run organisation.

Our product:
It's what we call "the AIESEC experience", which is compromise of leadership opportunities inside the organization and professional exchange experiences.

What kind of exchange?
We offer students of higher education and recent graduates to go on professional exchanges that can be on 1) management/business, 2) engineering/IT/technical and 3) social development/NGOs/educational.

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