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  • active Archives - AIESEC
    from all over the world with all kinds of study lines and completely different stories I actually feel most days that I have done just a little thing for this world to be a little bit better I get the chance to go to conferences abroad discuss current issues with other like minded people and get to know the culture and life of young people all over the world I pick up interns in the airport coming from the other side of the globe to work on their internship here in Copenhagen I get to know them teach them about Danish culture and hear everything about what life is like in their home country On a regular day I speak more English than Danish I get to be around people everyday that truly cares about the world and about what is going on in it not just their own reality I actually feel most days that I have done just a little thing for this world to be a little bit better That might sound cheesy But for me that is actually what it is like to be a member of AIESEC I have found it extremely liberating not to be afraid of saying that I want to make a difference in the world and take responsibility and make it my mission to be a positive impact on this planet and on the people around me That is also one of the main reasons why I am still active after two years and not planning to cut down anytime soon Because when you find something that makes you feel like the best version of yourself then that is probably where you should be when I m with the people in AIESEC and working all those hours I feel like the

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  • danish Archives - AIESEC
    The reason though is quite simple What I do in AIESEC is exactly the things I have always wanted to do As I told my dad when I m with the people in AIESEC and working all those hours I feel like the best version of myself I m surrounded by such a diverse group of people from all over the world with all kinds of study lines and completely different stories I actually feel most days that I have done just a little thing for this world to be a little bit better I get the chance to go to conferences abroad discuss current issues with other like minded people and get to know the culture and life of young people all over the world I pick up interns in the airport coming from the other side of the globe to work on their internship here in Copenhagen I get to know them teach them about Danish culture and hear everything about what life is like in their home country On a regular day I speak more English than Danish I get to be around people everyday that truly cares about the world and about what is going on in it not just their own reality I actually feel most days that I have done just a little thing for this world to be a little bit better That might sound cheesy But for me that is actually what it is like to be a member of AIESEC I have found it extremely liberating not to be afraid of saying that I want to make a difference in the world and take responsibility and make it my mission to be a positive impact on this planet and on the people around me That is also one of the main

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  • global Archives - AIESEC
    over to our article about our Leadership Development Model 2 0 or follow us on Facebook and help us reach our goals faster 5 GOOD REASONS TO VOLUNTEER ABROAD 16 March 2016 0 Comments in Hvad vi laver Our people by Borsi I wanted a very small organization to work on I didn t want to be inside a very big structure and become one of the thousands of volunteers but I wanted to be one of the two three volunteers helping a specific project so that I could really see my impact happening there http aiesec dk wp content uploads 2016 03 12732711 764591220339336 428726289 n mp4 So what was Giancarlo talking about A global experience reaching 40 000 young people each year who all want to create an impact through volunteering Interested Read on So what does it mean to be a Global Citizen Basically it means direct positive contribution to society through volunteering in an intercultural exchange And then you say yeah yeah but what does that really mean I m glad you asked AIESEC has partnered up with the UN we ve covered this in a very recent post about our visit to the UN HQ and Global Goals Be aware that it is in Danish and tie projects together with so called SDGs or Sustainable Development Goals What do you want to solve until 2030 Even though mankind has made huge steps into improving the quality of life for everyone on the planet we all know that there are still many issues to be tackled With that in mind AIESEC now works together with the UN and governments in almost every countries in order to achieve these goals and engage the youth to contribute to the making of a better future We would all love a better future amirite The point is The Sustainable Development goals are a universal set of goals targets and indicators that the United Nations member states will be expected to use to frame their agendas and political policies over the next 15 years What goals are we talking about For example Indonesia swore to improve the quality of education while Malaysia wants to stop the excessive waste of food and Peru is creating projects regarding the climate change and its effects on the locals So no we are not only offering a 6 week vacation If you choose to embark on a journey with us you ll definitely have to get out of your comfort zone You ll feel lost while trying to communicate with the locals or depending on the location get a hotspot on your phone to check Facebook And while you re wondering in a different city gaining some cultural understanding you ll probably start understanding yourself a bit more which is in our opinion the key to Leadership Development The question that remains to be answered now is why volunteer abroad with AIESEC 1 You can travel WITH A PURPOSE get experience working with your passion and raise awareness to an issue you think is important 2 You can volunteer in almost any country we re present in 126 countries the point is that you will make an impact and get a real experience meeting the local culture 3 Since this is a project based programme we are looking for people with ANY skills if you have something to offer to other people we can find the project suited to you 4 The projects happen around the year which means you could start within 2 weeks 5 Did we mention Leadership Development Of course we did but one more time in AIESEC we believe that even after 6 weeks you will become more self aware as you will probably face some culture shock or other challenges and when you can reflect on them then you will get the chance to grow as a person and empower others to do the same Check out our projects Sounds too good to be true Not by large If others could do it why couldn t you Lena and Andreea are two examples from AIESEC Denmark who just like Giancarlo have already taken a step forward to become Global Citizens At the end of the day it is up to you how far you go I FN handler det om hvad du har lavet ikke altid om hvad du har læst 19 February 2016 0 Comments in Hvad vi laver Our people by Borsi af Daniel Dang Nedergaard Nielsen I verdens muligvis vigtigste organisation FN kommer tusindvis af håbefulde unge gennem svingdørene som interns Så hvad adskiller en FN intern fra en almindelig universitetsstuderende Min egen erfaring med AIESEC som leder af en lokalafdeling med ansvar for at hente internationale unge til Danmark for danske virksomheder har ført til at jeg i dag er forbundet med nogle af de hurtigst voksende startups i Københavnsområdet Fokusér på dit studie men udforsk mulighederne for at lave studierelevant arbejde ved siden af universitetet fortalte Pernille Fenger Direktør for United Nations Population Fund Det er hovedbudskabet fra de otte talere for FN s Karrieredag den 17 februar Arrangementet som jeg og et par venner deltog ved var udsolgt to uger før dagen På trods af at interns er ulønnede ved FN er det hårde arbejde ved Marmormolen højt eftertragtet Og når du kommer ind i FN er ethvert job midlertidig så du behøver at bevise din værdi igen og igen De mennesker jeg er allermest stolt af at have arbejdet sammen med har tilskrevet AIESEC en stor del af deres nuværende stillinger FN s repræsentanter gentog i flere omgang at i FN er tempoet tårnhøjt og derfor er nåleøjet også lille Grundlæggende er der tre ting unge i dag skal se sig om efter 1 Praktisk erfaring Uanset om det er frivilligt lønnet eller anden slags arbejde skal det være karriere og ikke nødvendigvis studierelevant Fordi det er ofte er lettere at finde guld i Københavns gader end at lande det lækre job ved

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  • people Archives - AIESEC
    for me that is actually what it is like to be a member of AIESEC I have found it extremely liberating not to be afraid of saying that I want to make a difference in the world and take responsibility and make it my mission to be a positive impact on this planet and on the people around me That is also one of the main reasons why I am still active after two years and not planning to cut down anytime soon Because when you find something that makes you feel like the best version of yourself then that is probably where you should be when I m with the people in AIESEC and working all those hours I feel like the best version of myself I get to be around people everyday that truly cares about the world and about what is going on in it not just their own reality Interested in hearing more and joining us Find us on Facebook AIESEC Denmark like us and hear whenever we have recruitment We also encourage you to browse further and read other posts from the amazing individuals that make up the organization You can find post from AIESEC Aarhus and AIESEC AAU or read the background of our Leadership Development Model and hear more how it can make you a better version of yourself If you want to know more about our internship programmes why don t you head over to the section Vores erfaringer to read about interns who travelled all over the globe Find Palma in Hungary Claudia in Vietnam or Agne in Brazil Claudia on the streets of Vietnam 21 September 2015 0 Comments in Experiences Abroad Vores erfaringer by Claudia Living on the streets Seriously everyone in Vietnam seems to be living on the streets No I don t mean that they are homeless Yet they seem to spend the biggest part of their lives outside You can always see people and motorcycles on the sidewalks in the back alleys and in the evening in parks and sidewalk bars I have the feeling that this is a very strong part of their culture and their personality It s definitely something that I find really interesting exciting Regarding what they actually do on the streets there are infinite possibilities They cut their hair outside polish shoes sell stuff and sleep in hammocks hanging from the trees Some I have no idea what they do such as this guy who is there every day reading his newspaper and staring at the street Sure the most common is chilling on their typical tiny chairs yes even short Claudia thinks they are tiny in combination with some other activity Chilling and eating Chilling and drinking Tra Da their traditional ice tea very typical and beloved in Hanoi Chilling and gambling I should be saying we instead of they since I spend quite a lot of lunch breaks drinking ice tea in front of the office or eating Pho

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  • SDU Archives - AIESEC
    also encourage you to browse further and read other posts from the amazing individuals that make up the organization You can find post from AIESEC Aarhus and AIESEC AAU or read the background of our Leadership Development Model and hear more how it can make you a better version of yourself If you want to know more about our internship programmes why don t you head over to the section Vores erfaringer to read about interns who travelled all over the globe Find Palma in Hungary Claudia in Vietnam or Agne in Brazil LC on the run Introducing SDU 4 September 2015 0 Comments in Vores aftryk i Danmark by Borsi written by Anela Dzapo Hey awesome people I was given the opportunity to share some of my experiences in AIESEC with you so brace yourselves because here is a short sum up of the past year and a half I m super excited to let you in on some of the opportunities I have had since I joined this organization in February 2014 Oh yeah before I forget My name is Anela and I m a BA graduate from the University of Southern Denmark I am currently enrolled in a Master program at Århus University I m 24 years old newly engaged no I m not young according to my culture and enjoying life to the fullest This blog post will not be about my studies my engagement or my love for traveling This will however be my first blog post ever yay and will contain some of the opportunities that AIESEC has given me Now that this is covered let s rewind time a bit During winter 2014 I was feeling very confused and demotivated with school with my job and in general with life I was confused about what I actually wanted to do and demotivated because I felt that I was spending so much time on studying and so little time on actually getting any experience that could lead me to some ideas of what I wanted to do in the future So why exactly was I spending so much time on reading books about Porter Kotler social science and history veeery broad study program I know But what was the point of it Eventually I became so annoyed with myself and the fact that I couldn t figure out what I wanted to do that I thought I had to do something differently I started off by signed up for a case competition in Copenhagen hey experience and networking right I created a team with two fellow students from Aalborg university ah yes forgot to mention I have also been enrolled at AAU been quite around and 1 girl from SDU During the case competition the girl from SDU Desislava told me about AIESEC which I actually had heard about before because my good friend Jasmina had been part of it Long story short she made such a fuss about how awesome this organization was

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  • business development Archives - AIESEC
    Denmark in the business development and fostering strategic partnerships Despite being neighbours the differences between AIESEC in Germany and Denmark were quite impressive The Danish plenary is or course considerably smaller but interestingly attracts way more international students than pure Danes In contrast Germany is lead by a majority of Germans which gives the organization also a stereotypically German culture the structures and processes are very organized and broad sometimes to the point of being a bit rigid like a Fortune 500 In AIESEC Denmark however you run into people with so many cultural backgrounds that it feels like an intercultural journey without leaving the country I have already held some titles so you might be wondering what keeps me around here For one the international environment made me a true cosmopolitan But I would be incomplete without the personal development that my engagement gives me and others You can feel yourself advancing in your mindset your abilities it enriches your confidence your perspectives I feel that I m always learning something new and unexpected It s a feeling that I wish any other person in the world to have It also makes you feel especially if you try yourself out in leadership positions that you are making an impact on others It s a responsibility and a challenge to make people have an extraordinary experience Oftentimes you have to go beyond the norms and standard procedures But only in this way you make other s discover what AIESEC is really about Taking joy in developing others and in turn bettering the world In my current role as Business Development Manager I do this on a quite abstract but also highly creative and social level I basically enable new capacities for the organization by fundraising and finding and engaging partnerships for strategic purposes and to make an impact in society With no experience in sales whatsoever taking up this responsibility was indeed very confusing to begin with But the guidance and inspiration I received from all around the world and the collaborative global network that we work in gives me fresh ideas whenever I m stuck On top it is very exiting to work for the Danish corporate world which is a forerunner in corporate social responsibility CSR as we discovered throughout a conference which highlighted the opportunities for CSR within the novel Sustainable Development Goals SDGs of the UN Based on the collaboration of AIESEC and the UN to align these SDGs towards the youth of the world a major project of mine is now to engage youth and senior leaders in Denmark and collaboratively develop project based solutions which tackle the fundamental challenges of the youth The exiting part about this challenge is that it is a really creative thing to do being in a Sales position No one tells you how to sell but you have to find your way around to talk to people and make business relations come to life You have to be open

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  • nst Archives - AIESEC
    in the business development and fostering strategic partnerships Despite being neighbours the differences between AIESEC in Germany and Denmark were quite impressive The Danish plenary is or course considerably smaller but interestingly attracts way more international students than pure Danes In contrast Germany is lead by a majority of Germans which gives the organization also a stereotypically German culture the structures and processes are very organized and broad sometimes to the point of being a bit rigid like a Fortune 500 In AIESEC Denmark however you run into people with so many cultural backgrounds that it feels like an intercultural journey without leaving the country I have already held some titles so you might be wondering what keeps me around here For one the international environment made me a true cosmopolitan But I would be incomplete without the personal development that my engagement gives me and others You can feel yourself advancing in your mindset your abilities it enriches your confidence your perspectives I feel that I m always learning something new and unexpected It s a feeling that I wish any other person in the world to have It also makes you feel especially if you try yourself out in leadership positions that you are making an impact on others It s a responsibility and a challenge to make people have an extraordinary experience Oftentimes you have to go beyond the norms and standard procedures But only in this way you make other s discover what AIESEC is really about Taking joy in developing others and in turn bettering the world In my current role as Business Development Manager I do this on a quite abstract but also highly creative and social level I basically enable new capacities for the organization by fundraising and finding and engaging partnerships for strategic purposes and to make an impact in society With no experience in sales whatsoever taking up this responsibility was indeed very confusing to begin with But the guidance and inspiration I received from all around the world and the collaborative global network that we work in gives me fresh ideas whenever I m stuck On top it is very exiting to work for the Danish corporate world which is a forerunner in corporate social responsibility CSR as we discovered throughout a conference which highlighted the opportunities for CSR within the novel Sustainable Development Goals SDGs of the UN Based on the collaboration of AIESEC and the UN to align these SDGs towards the youth of the world a major project of mine is now to engage youth and senior leaders in Denmark and collaboratively develop project based solutions which tackle the fundamental challenges of the youth The exiting part about this challenge is that it is a really creative thing to do being in a Sales position No one tells you how to sell but you have to find your way around to talk to people and make business relations come to life You have to be open minded

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  • sales Archives - AIESEC
    in the business development and fostering strategic partnerships Despite being neighbours the differences between AIESEC in Germany and Denmark were quite impressive The Danish plenary is or course considerably smaller but interestingly attracts way more international students than pure Danes In contrast Germany is lead by a majority of Germans which gives the organization also a stereotypically German culture the structures and processes are very organized and broad sometimes to the point of being a bit rigid like a Fortune 500 In AIESEC Denmark however you run into people with so many cultural backgrounds that it feels like an intercultural journey without leaving the country I have already held some titles so you might be wondering what keeps me around here For one the international environment made me a true cosmopolitan But I would be incomplete without the personal development that my engagement gives me and others You can feel yourself advancing in your mindset your abilities it enriches your confidence your perspectives I feel that I m always learning something new and unexpected It s a feeling that I wish any other person in the world to have It also makes you feel especially if you try yourself out in leadership positions that you are making an impact on others It s a responsibility and a challenge to make people have an extraordinary experience Oftentimes you have to go beyond the norms and standard procedures But only in this way you make other s discover what AIESEC is really about Taking joy in developing others and in turn bettering the world In my current role as Business Development Manager I do this on a quite abstract but also highly creative and social level I basically enable new capacities for the organization by fundraising and finding and engaging partnerships for strategic purposes and to make an impact in society With no experience in sales whatsoever taking up this responsibility was indeed very confusing to begin with But the guidance and inspiration I received from all around the world and the collaborative global network that we work in gives me fresh ideas whenever I m stuck On top it is very exiting to work for the Danish corporate world which is a forerunner in corporate social responsibility CSR as we discovered throughout a conference which highlighted the opportunities for CSR within the novel Sustainable Development Goals SDGs of the UN Based on the collaboration of AIESEC and the UN to align these SDGs towards the youth of the world a major project of mine is now to engage youth and senior leaders in Denmark and collaboratively develop project based solutions which tackle the fundamental challenges of the youth The exiting part about this challenge is that it is a really creative thing to do being in a Sales position No one tells you how to sell but you have to find your way around to talk to people and make business relations come to life You have to be open minded

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