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  • social Archives - AIESEC
    airport but I had no idea that there would be a crowd of people surrounding me from the second I put my foot in Quito It was amazing While I was working for 6 weeks in Ecuador I felt I was part of three different social groups 1 the local AIESEC committee and their volunteers 2 my host family and 3 my foundation This post will centre around number 1

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  • volunteer abroad Archives - AIESEC
    the airport but I had no idea that there would be a crowd of people surrounding me from the second I put my foot in Quito It was amazing While I was working for 6 weeks in Ecuador I felt I was part of three different social groups 1 the local AIESEC committee and their volunteers 2 my host family and 3 my foundation This post will centre around number

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  • CV Archives - AIESEC
    at it because AIESEC SDU has taken a spin and is ready to change the game of organizing rewarding events for all participants involved We talked with Rikke Frimodt Pedersen a member of Marketing and Incoming Exchange who was kind enough to tell us a bit about how networking events can be taken to the next level through engaging content Q Hi Rikke thank you for agreeing to talk to us Can you introduce yourself in a bit more detail A Yes of course My name is Rikke I m 21 years old studying International Negotiations with Business Language and Culture in my 4th semester I have been in AIESEC for almost a year now It met them through a friend who was also there and I heard it was a good opportunity to gain professional experience and new skills to be used later in life Q So can you tell us about the latest event that you had with SDU A We had an event last week however we tried not to focus only on presenting AIESEC and why you should choose it but also to show how it can help you later either through skills or through networking It was more of a self branding event where we collaborated with our partner CA Karrierepartner og A kasse to organize it The main benefit of that of course is that part of the budget is also covered this way especially food and location Q Who did you invite to this event A We had professional speakers such as Henrik Hahn Nissen as well as AIESEC speakers Our External Relations Manager got in contact with the external speakers through LinkedIn and got him to come and speak for us Then we talked about self branding networking explaining how best to use these two together and how can you use it for entrepreneurial purposes We can broaden our own business partnerships We can also promote ourselves to the business and to customers So I think it is more than relevant to use external speakers when possible Rikke Q How long have you been involved with these events A I ve only joined Marketing in September The idea and partnerships were already arranged but I did participate in the discussion of ideas and the process Q How would you evaluate the event A It was good When you focus on what they got out of it the event was a success The participants looked satisfied and happy during and after There was a good mood about the event so hopefully it will attract more people next time The focus is on creating a good event and thus awareness that s the output we are hoping for At the moment we only use Facebook for these events but next time we are planning on using posters and we do send follow up emails to the attendants who expressed their wish to be informed about coming events Q What other things are you planning

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  • professional Archives - AIESEC
    Spanish which had been a dream for years to improve Ecuador therefore seemed like the perfect place even though I had read about weekly abductions of tourists and a lot of robberies in daylight I left that part out when I told my parents where I was going The position in Quito started on the 18 th of January so I was in a hurry with less than 3 weeks to go I couldn t face 1 5 months of vacation in freezing cold Denmark I really wanted to go somewhere warm But I had promised myself that I had to stay in Aarhus and to find a job where I could practise my skills within my line of studies before graduating And my CV really needed it as well But then it hit me Why not combine the two After applying AIESEC invited me to some different meetings where they among other things told me about going abroad with them we did a list of things I wanted and expected to learn while being away they told me about customs culture and everyday life in Ecuador and that the Panama hat is actually from Ecuador And finally we signed a contract I was ready to go In the volunteering program AIESEC provides a host family at least one meal a day and a representative from the local committee to pick you up in the airport I just had to buy the flight tickets myself and then they arranged the rest It was easy but also kind of weird not being in control of where I was going to sleep for the next 6 weeks I was picked up in the airport after 16 hours of flying by 6 7 people Most of them were from AIESEC Ecuador but some

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  • studies Archives - AIESEC
    Spanish which had been a dream for years to improve Ecuador therefore seemed like the perfect place even though I had read about weekly abductions of tourists and a lot of robberies in daylight I left that part out when I told my parents where I was going The position in Quito started on the 18 th of January so I was in a hurry with less than 3 weeks to go I couldn t face 1 5 months of vacation in freezing cold Denmark I really wanted to go somewhere warm But I had promised myself that I had to stay in Aarhus and to find a job where I could practise my skills within my line of studies before graduating And my CV really needed it as well But then it hit me Why not combine the two After applying AIESEC invited me to some different meetings where they among other things told me about going abroad with them we did a list of things I wanted and expected to learn while being away they told me about customs culture and everyday life in Ecuador and that the Panama hat is actually from Ecuador And finally we signed a contract I was ready to go In the volunteering program AIESEC provides a host family at least one meal a day and a representative from the local committee to pick you up in the airport I just had to buy the flight tickets myself and then they arranged the rest It was easy but also kind of weird not being in control of where I was going to sleep for the next 6 weeks I was picked up in the airport after 16 hours of flying by 6 7 people Most of them were from AIESEC Ecuador but some

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  • travelling Archives - AIESEC
    provides a host family at least one meal a day and a representative from the local committee to pick you up in the airport I just had to buy the flight tickets myself and then they arranged the rest It was easy but also kind of weird not being in control of where I was going to sleep for the next 6 weeks I was picked up in the airport after 16 hours of flying by 6 7 people Most of them were from AIESEC Ecuador but some of them were trainees like me Because I applied so late the local committee didn t have time to arrange my moving in with my host family so the first two days I stayed in the house of one of the girls from AIESEC Ecuador She lived with her parents and her sister close to the city centre and all of them were very welcoming friendly and humoristic Unfortunately I didn t understand all of her dad s jokes but I understood that he was hilarious After two days in this lovely home I went with a representative from AIESEC to my foundation to greet my new co workers the pupils and the other volunteers After that the headmaster and the school coordinator invited me over for lunch in their home just next to the school whereupon they took me to my host family I didn t really know anything about the family except that they had kids who went to the school I found out that my family consisted of a 38 year old mum a 48 year old dad a 10 year old girl her 8 year old sister and their 3 year old brother So far I have never in my life met anybody so open minded loveable and welcoming as my host family in Ecuador From day one I felt like a part of the family even though everything was in Spanish With this amazing base I now felt ready to explore Ecuador My host mum and the kids playing in their new sandbox in the garden Arrival to Vietnam Claudia s story 24 August 2015 0 Comments in Experiences Abroad Vores erfaringer by Claudia The arrival So now it s been 11 days since I arrived to Ha Noi airport aaah I love the number 11 And I m still super excited about this trip I am definitely a lot more chill but super duper happy I decided to take this crazy step I am saying more chill because when I was in Qatar I was pretty close to running away and trying to board some other random plane P Even when I was waiting for my luggage in Hanoi I could not stop pacing and being crazy scared But then when I got out of the door and recognised my buddies thank God I had someone to pick me up I got so relaxed It was simply great to finally talk face to face have someone

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  • Experiences Abroad - AIESEC
    be good to write one about work Going on an internship through AIESEC is more than just a fun travel and meeting a couple of foreigners It s getting to know the good and Read more Bom Dia Brazil Week 8 with Agne 7 October 2015 0 Comments in Experiences Abroad Vores erfaringer by Borsi written by Agne Damidaviciute Week 8 even though it is extremely rare to find a person that speaks in English in Brazil it is still possible to communicate The pressure to learn Portuguese does itself Though all the shops that I visit often know me already every time I come they learn a new question Read more Vietnam with Claudia Part IV 5 October 2015 0 Comments in Experiences Abroad Vores erfaringer by Claudia Mid Autumn Festival For the past two weeks I have been experiencing the preparation and development of Vietnam s Mid Autumn Festival This is a festival following the lunar calendar originating from China happening during the evening of a full moon within 15 days of the autumnal equinox Originally it was about three concepts gathering thanksgiving Read more How to survive Budapest Palma is back 28 September 2015 0 Comments in

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  • Experiences Abroad - AIESEC
    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 Read more Vietnam with Claudia Part II 7 September 2015 0 Comments in Experiences Abroad Vores erfaringer by Claudia 1 5 days as a tourist Although I keep wanting to write about Vietnamese general culture weird habits and similarities my work and other random stuff I have to postpone it again This time it is because after almost three weeks of getting here I finally felt like I have an idea of what Read more 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 Read more Brazil with Agne Week 3 Week 6 1 September 2015 0 Comments in Experiences Abroad Vores erfaringer by

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