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  • Selene, Author at AIESEC
    by Selene Warm culture in cold country 12 November 2015 0 Comments in Experiences Abroad Vores erfaringer by Selene It is not true that Danish society is cold Or at least they have not been cold with me Many of them have been interested in who I am how I feel how my life in Spain is Dear All My name is Selene I m from Spain Galicia exactly and

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  • Vores erfaringer Archives - Page 3 of 3 - AIESEC
    posts as in the author has her own blog on which she publishes She is in Brazil as we speak doing volunteer work for 8 weeks teaching children teenagers English and basic Computer Skills We kindly asked her to let us share her journey so you reader can enjoy her lively description and beautiful photos as much as we did We include but a small segment of her blog so feel free to hit it up for more information on Trine s Life Otherwise happy reading and stay inspired As praias de Ubatuba são o paraíso Now that I am writing this I have one week left at the NGO and it s so weird that everything is almost at the end I feel like I just arrived and now there are 10 days till I go to Rio de Janeiro The picture above see cover photo is taken on an excursion with the NGO during the first week and it was a beautiful view over São Paulo that Thursday I am going to talk about my trip to Ubatuba a city 3 hours north of São Paulo and it s beaches The picture above I took on our way to the beach Fortaleza one beach of the close 80 beaches there are in Ubatuba and so many of the beaches in Ubatuba were gorgeous and I can say that my favourite beaches of the ones we visited are Praia da Fortaleza Praia da Almada and Praia da Puruba The really awesome part about getting to Praia da Puruba was that we had to cross through a river where the water went above your navel but once you crossed the river you arrive at a beach that hasn t been touched by mankind everything being exactly as it was created While in Ubatuba I also tried some really delicious food the best being Sorvete ao Forno Life has been good in Brazil and I have enjoyed my time here and will definitely be coming back just as a tourist seeing more visiting more places and trying more different kinds of food In some of my next posts I will be writing something about the street art I have seen in São Paulo and the foods I have tried adding some pictures Original post Click here Original date of publication 21 8 2015 Make sure you head over to the link for more details and lovely beach pictures Previous posts of her trip in reverse order My First Week in São Paulo Brazil How I m going to spend my summer Brazil with Agne Where the sun never sets 21 August 2015 0 Comments in Experiences Abroad Vores erfaringer by Borsi written by Agne Damidaviciute I am a Masters student of Development and International relations with the specialization in Latin America I made up my mind to get the insight of my specialization by choosing the internship in Brazil It is one of the best decision I have done so far

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  • Borsi, Author at AIESEC - Page 3 of 3
    with Zé 4 September 2015 0 Comments in Hvad vi laver Our people by Borsi For the management an organisation especially something as large scale as AIESEC it is never quite easy to show our more personal side You might as well just take our word for when we say we are ordinary people who are trying to achieve extraordinary things But we would also like you to get to Palmtrees on Budapest introducing Pálma 2 September 2015 0 Comments in Experiences Abroad Vores erfaringer by Borsi written by Palma Borsi In our next installment about AIESEC interns around the globe we would like to introduce you to lovely Pálma She s a lovely Hungarian speaking lady born in Transylvania She s now doing her MA degree and as part of it acts as Financial consultant Risk Underwriter at GE Bank in Budapest Brazil with Agne Week 3 Week 6 1 September 2015 0 Comments in Experiences Abroad Vores erfaringer by Borsi written by Agne Damidaviciute Welcome readers Today we continue following Agne s Marketing internship in Brazil Since most of her initial weeks was about the setting of a strategy and going through with it we ll just include week 3 4 5 and 6 respectively to have a better understanding of the process Week 3 That was In Brazil with Agne Week 2 31 August 2015 0 Comments in Experiences Abroad Vores erfaringer by Borsi written by Agne Damidaviciute It took just a week to get used to traffic and 1 5 hour back and forth to work I was already able to enjoy the city and Brazilian goods such as food and all the places to go out People are so energetic in here There was no single evening that Trine s Life Volunteer in Brazil and

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  • 5 things about the work culture in Denmark and Vietnam - AIESEC
    able to take off my annoying shoes whenever I felt like it To my surprise most women in Vietnam come to the office wearing nice fancy heels no idea how they manage to ride a motorbike like that and the moment they sit down at their workplace they change their shoes for ugly ish flip flops I just love this as wearing heels for more than 2 hours is hell for me Hierarchy and communication The hierarchy and communication in the companies is quite different In Denmark the structure is much flatter making it easy to reach out to most levels of management I only have experience in medium sized companies It s interesting for me to work now in a company where this is not the same it s not a worse experience it s just different In my current company it is still possible to reach higher levels of management but you must ensure that you have a good reason for bothering them This leads to a lot closer connection to your direct manager and if he she s awful it might leads to a lot of stress and outdated information on the other hand if he s good it makes work easier Light in the office Another weird similarity is the obsession with closing all blinds as soon as there is a bit of sun outside I guess here it makes more sense than in Denmark since they have enough sun and it might get too warm in the office But I still hate sitting inside with the lights turned on while there is such a beautiful day outside Company parties Although food and drinks are pretty much the same the entertainment is quite different People in Vietnam love to show their singing and dancing skills reason

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  • How to survive Budapest - Palma is back! - AIESEC
    we were attending a housewarming party of one of my colleagues and obviously as it has happened before as well we had a lot of fun and it turned out to be a crazy night surrounded by crazy and fun people Nevertheless I also had the possibility to try out myself in terms of cooking one of the most delicious traditional Hungarian dishes due to the fact that we were invited by one of my flatmates mom to their weekend house to prepare some Goulash or Gulyás Well I don t have to mention that the welcome drink at 1pm was the irresistible Palinka our famous traditional alcoholic drink therefore I wasn t so nervous about the cooking anymore and according to the guys it was quite edible in the end Notwithstanding despite the fact that I have been having fun and partying as much as I could and my energy allowed me I had to encounter the reality that the summer is over also my responsibilities at my internship more or less have doubled and I have to start to prepare a precise project to my university as a part of my studies Therefore being a Risk Underwriting Support Specialist Intern is very exciting and it brings you a lot of challenges as one of them would be the quarter ending when the workload doubles due to the funding period and you have to learn how to be more efficient and productive in a very short period of time Therefore this period really makes you to reflect on your professional weaknesses and try to turn them to significant strengths I have to say that after two months my first impression about my job hasn t changed at all I have gained so much knowledge and experience in such a

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  • Palmtrees on Budapest - introducing Pálma - AIESEC
    to go forward try out myself in new situations and pursue my dreams If I had to summarize what I m feeling now I would go with a quote from one of my beloved songs Young wild and free Nevertheless for a while I thought that nothing can top up the unforgettable experiences I gained in Aalborg however I had to realize that your life changes only as much as you let it to change Therefore this internship gave me so much so far and not just professional wise but also in terms of getting to know yourself better I also have to say that I got lucky to have the most amazing colleague I could have ever wished for her name is Krystina and she is just simply awesome D We were lost together at the beginning in workload and all the processes we had to learn and adapt but it has been pleasure still Just to emphasize how lucky I am I also have to brag about my crazy but amazing flatmates who helped me a lot at the very beginning and they took care of me when I was literally lost in the city even though I speak the language so one would think that helps Well I have to contradict this due to the realization that I m the master of getting lost anywhere at any time especially during my first days when I decided to explore the city before and after work If the getting lost part wasn t challenging enough surprising news were welcoming me on my second day our landlord sold the flat we were renting therefore we had one month to find a new one Luckily after a long hassle with the search and the checking we have found the perfect one

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  • What is the AIESEC Leadership? - AIESEC
    question However before we go into all the juicy details we would like to ask you to think about the following scenario Imagine a world of the future A world with leaders who are driven passionate diverse in thought leaders who responsible and entrepreneurial empowered and who can empower others AIESEC has always been adaptable because we have always worked with young able minded and insanely brave people who left their comfort zone at one point of their life never to turn back to it This is the leadership we have been creating since 1948 and although it has changed a bit the core values have remained We have always believed that those who embrace change quicker will solve problems quicker Sounds good doesn t it Where does it all start It starts with you and our Unique Leadership Development Model But what is this leadership we are talking about It is the fundamental solution and we believe that it can be developed in everyone What do we offer Through AIESEC we provide you the platform of the Leadership Development Model LDM It aims to help preparing young people to take responsibility for the future and be ready to improve situations and conditions they are unhappy about It helps them to make a positive impact in any aspect of their life they choose LDM or the life long leadership journey of young people You also constantly explore what you want to achieve in your life These are the qualities that we strive to build in ourselves in our members and the people who go on exchanges with us By doing this we believe that we can make the change we want to see What do we aim for A world where everyone can be the best version of themselves Our

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  • Jose, Author at AIESEC
    reasons to work in AIESEC Denmark 24 November 2015 0 Comments in Hvad vi laver Our people by Jose As Confucius put it about 2 500 years ago when you love your work you never work a day And that s about right Never have the past 2 5 years in AIESEC seemed like work to me My name is Zé I m a Portuguese guy working in the national

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