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  • turkey Archives - AIESEC
    had the chance for a small reunion also with Tomek and Dominik as well I must say that we are the worst tourists ever but personally I ve had the most fun in those 3 days we ve spent there The food is amazing I ve fallen in love with every bit I was taking and I m pretty sure that after one week I would have a food poisoning because my stomach would give up The city was amazing and on our last day we ve managed to visit most of the places which are worth to see so it was a very productive weekend In addition after we got back I had to start working again so it was more like a back to reality feeling that I got The work is still fine I love it although the workload is getting more extent and sometimes I feel like my brain will just explode at some point but I cannot complain because I m improving myself with every day passing by One of these days I had the chance to hold a presentation for the team which is located in Manchester It was quite a surprise when my boss notified me on the very last moment that I have to join a call however I took it as a challenge and it turned out to be quite good Moreover another surprising news was reaching me recently and that was a future job offer from my boss s side He approached me and my colleague Kristyna with the proposal that after we finish our internship we have the chance to join a different team which is also related to the risk department I was very flustered because it means that they are satisfied with our job so far which

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  • work Archives - AIESEC
    in Istanbul is time spent well 23 November 2015 0 Comments in Experiences Abroad Vores erfaringer by Borsi I had the chance to hold a presentation for the team which is located in Manchester It was quite a surprise when my boss notified me on the very last moment that I have to join a call however I took it as a challenge and it turned out to be quite good Dear All Well where shall I start this time There is so much happening in here as always fortunately I have no time to be bored however I could stand an additional4 hours day then I would have the chance to catch up with everything Lately I have been to Istanbul to visit Karolina therefore we had the chance for a small reunion also with Tomek and Dominik as well I must say that we are the worst tourists ever but personally I ve had the most fun in those 3 days we ve spent there The food is amazing I ve fallen in love with every bit I was taking and I m pretty sure that after one week I would have a food poisoning because my stomach would give up The city was amazing and on our last day we ve managed to visit most of the places which are worth to see so it was a very productive weekend In addition after we got back I had to start working again so it was more like a back to reality feeling that I got The work is still fine I love it although the workload is getting more extent and sometimes I feel like my brain will just explode at some point but I cannot complain because I m improving myself with every day passing by One of these days I had the chance to hold a presentation for the team which is located in Manchester It was quite a surprise when my boss notified me on the very last moment that I have to join a call however I took it as a challenge and it turned out to be quite good Moreover another surprising news was reaching me recently and that was a future job offer from my boss s side He approached me and my colleague Kristyna with the proposal that after we finish our internship we have the chance to join a different team which is also related to the risk department I was very flustered because it means that they are satisfied with our job so far which matter the most now Nevertheless I have a small struggle with my project somehow I cannot find the inspiration and not to mention the time to start writing something in order to have a quicker progress However I believe that I will manage to do it although maybe I should cut down a bit from the partying and I would have less reason to complain because of the lack of time I m

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  • AIESEC › Log In
    AIESEC Username Password Remember Me Lost your password Back to AIESEC

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  • Crazy exciting plans with a motorcycle! - AIESEC
    enough to have a teacher who is used to always speaking English Teaching After being the MC for World Psoriasis Day on Sunday I realised that all my afternoons of watching movies should be spent on something more productive So I decided to finally bother and find a part time job teaching Yes it s true that this is partly because the extra money would be nice for paying for more food and that it will be a good learning experience for me but it s also because I want to help these kids Soo this is not the kindergarten I work at I just thought it was cute and I have no picture from mine yet P Although lately there is a focus on teaching English here many kids don t actually learn anything since they are not lucky enough to have a teacher who is used to always speaking English Many of the Vietnamese English teachers end up teaching the kids 5 words in English and then speaking Vietnamese to them without realising And I was impressed how many more opportunities there are for English speakers I ll teach twice a week for 4 6 year old kindergarten kids so I have to mostly play and sing with them I found out I really love it unexpected much I ll probably have to convince the teachers to change the syllabus a bit since they don t focus very much on teaching lots of words they d rather want me to teach them to write the alphabet And I hope I ll manage to get there on time every time since I have to pass through one of Hanoi s biggest traffic jams But I think that it will all go well and they ll learn lots of things and then they ll idolise me and I can make plans to take over the world with my new 8 minions and my motorbike This week I had time to reflect better about why I love to be in the National Support Team for AIESEC in Denmark I have the chance to work with lots of different projects to help out with driving a common culture and ensuring that everything the entities do in AIESEC in Denmark is sustainable National Support Team Actually this is not really one of the new plans but this week I had time to reflect better about why I love to be in the National Support Team for AIESEC in Denmark Right now I am working with Organisational Development which is simply amazing although I cannot be there physically to see the results with my own eyes still worth it though I have the chance to work with lots of different projects from being in charge of creating the framework for quarterly surveys that get people to reflect on the state of their entities and then analysing the results to helping out with driving a common culture and ensuring that everything the entities do in

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  • 4 reasons to work in AIESEC Denmark - AIESEC
    the dinner table and had the most hilarious conversation when a Tunisian and a Moroccan decided it would be fun to ask the Taiwanese to pronounce an Arabic term That s when I realized that I was working with 2 Brazilian 1 Venezuelan 1 Mexican 1 Taiwanese 1 Ghanaian 3 Swiss 1 Greek 1 Norwegian 1 Moroccan 1 Tunisian 1 Italian 1 French 1 Romanian and 1 Lithuanian Puff You work with people who dream higher than you can see In a previous conference sitting at a dinner table again I asked a girl from Tajikistan what was it that she wanted to do with her live and her answer left me speechless for a couple of seconds I want to win the Nobel Prize of Medicine she sipped one more spoon of her soup If I get to the end of my life and I have not achieved it I know it will all have been worth it because while working for it I will have changed the way we do medicine and have saved countless lives You work with people that are not afraid of changing the status quo In Switzerland I met Edward Tseng a Taiwanese working in AIESEC Malaysia who takes very seriously the fact that the education in East Asia is passive and each student finishes his or her degree ready to indulge in a 10 hour working day most of the times not having a weekend At the same time he also struggles with the fact that 40 of all food produced in Malaysia is thrown away without being consumed His commitment as the national responsible for volunteering exchanges is to grow the exchange participants coming to Malaysia this winter from 100 last year to 500 young people from all over the world By

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  • Featured Archives - AIESEC
    here is measured in amazing moments I could tell you a lot of secrets that make my experience special But dear friend the key to understanding your experience is to embrace the good and the bad and also try to embrace a new lifestyle that will instantly make you compare enjoy and open new horizons If you ask me the first thing you have to learn when landing on the Land of the Vikings is that There s no bad weather only bad clothing A very true quote mon ami See I didn t only take it for the quotation that it is and the point that is has I started applying it in different circumstances with a deeper meaning For example there are no bad days just the wrong attitude But the key is that I can t blame the unknown for what I think I do or I feel So as long as I AM HERE it s only my decision how things turn out to be And believe me they are just amazing P S Forgot to say that they are amazing not only because I choose them to be so but also because there are people that don t let it be otherwise I deeply thank them for that When your comfort zone is on the run 11 November 2015 0 Comments in Experiences Abroad Featured Vores erfaringer by Claudia But being here far away and constantly being out of my comfort zone I heard that the event is for raising awareness for a disease and I directly said yes The questions about what I had to do only came afterwards I didn t care that I had to skip the party on Saturday had to wake up earlier than I usually do for going to work or that I d be late for lunch I was just happy that I was finally part of helping other people On the 25 th of October I had the honour such a fancy word to be MC at a Jogging activity organised by the Danish Embassy in Hanoi and LEO Pharma to celebrate World Psoriasis Day The event took place a Sunday morning with speeches by the ambassador and important people from the Vietnamese government and other associations beautiful performances and in the end a walk run around the park Lots of people who were in the park came and signed up Vietnamese people are not as shy as Europeans when it comes to joining random events they watched the performances and talked to the organisers I believe that the event drew a lot of attention and to be honest it taught me a lot more than I expected The way I got the invitation was quite random an AIESECer from Hanoi who is also a trainee at the Danish embassy decided to call me and ask if I am free I actually think that if I would have been at home I would have asked a lot

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  • Claudia, Author at AIESEC
    on Saturday had to 5 things about the work culture in Denmark and Vietnam 27 October 2015 0 Comments in Experiences Abroad Vores erfaringer by Claudia Comparing work between Vietnam and Denmark As most of my blogs have been about fun stuff and food I thought it would 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 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 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 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

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  • asian Archives - AIESEC
    trainee at the Danish embassy decided to call me and ask if I am free I actually think that if I would have been at home I would have asked a lot of questions to see if this event is actually interesting Or I would have been quite lazy and found some random excuse to not wake up at 6 30 am on a Sunday Or I would have had some unimportant thing that I just didn t want to cancel because it was part of my comfort zone But being here far away and constantly being out of my comfort zone I heard that the event is for raising awareness for a disease and I directly said yes The questions about what I had to do only came afterwards I didn t care that I had to skip the party on Saturday had to wake up earlier than I usually do for going to work or that I d be late for lunch I was just happy that I was finally part of helping other people That s pretty much when I realised how easy it is for me to say that my purpose in life is to help others and have an impact but afterwards I just find excuses and stay in my comfort zone or choose fun over helping When you re at home unless you know someone who actively helps others and sometimes ask for your help it is easier not to do anything or maybe you are that person who is always helping However when you go abroad you have the chance to create a very random circle of acquaintances not just from work and old friends but also from language classes other organisations you are in contact with Facebook groups your new neighbour or

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