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An AIESEC Initiative to develop young leaders through international internships

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What is AIESEC ?
AIESEC, the world's largest youth-run organization, is the international platform for young people to discover and develop their potential to have a positive impact on society. We provide our members with an integrated development experience comprised of leadership and entrepreneurial opportunities, international internships and participating in a global learning environment. Our platform enables young people to discover and develop their potential to provide leadership for a positive impact on society. Unique and continuously growing global network helping high potential graduates discover and develop their potential Global, not-for-profit, non-political Since 1948, celebrating 60 years of activating leadership.

AIESECs Network and Impact

Over 23,000 Members Present across 1100 Universities 105 Countries and Territories 5000 Partner Organizations 350 Conferences, 5000 Leadership opportunities, and 5500 International Internships every year Learning Networks Entrepreneurship, HIV/AIDS, Technology, CSR, Education, Child-rights and Finance

Since its inception in 1948, AIESEC has contributed to this development by serving as an agent of positive change through education and cultural exchange. In an era of globalisation, your programmes have helped young people around the world to AIESEC-India | C/o Godrej Industries Ltd, Eastern Highway, Vikhroli (E) Mumbai - 40079 develop a broader understanding of cultural, socio-economic and business management issues. - Kofi Annan Web: | Tel: +91-22-25188094/5 |


AIESEC via the global platform offers students and recent graduates the challenging opportunity to live and work in a foreign environment in areas of management, technology, education and development. Through its Global Entrepreneurs Program AIESEC is providing young students to develop entrepreneurial and leadership skills through international internships on mainly social issues. Our objective is to target our countrys youth, the global entrepreneurs of tomorrow, and help them enrich their education by providing them with a holistic international experience which would help them in their future endeavors. This initiative will challenge their worldview and help them gain a unique combination of multi-cultural, social and entrepreneurial experience during the formative years of their lives. Going on Exchange or an Internship is one of the most intense learning experiences. It links together our global network present over thousands of partner organizations, as each year we provide over 4,400 members with the experience of working abroad.
The Global Entrepreneurs Program for a participant would mainly consist of three phases: 1. Skill building blocks: A participant would have opportunities to entrepreneurship based training models. For eg: Business plan competitions or learning events delivered by support from field experts and partner organziations. 2. Issue Based Experience (IBXP): This would entail participation in AIESECs Issue based projects. These projects would be on our Learning Networks. The participant would either take responsiblity or a leadership role in the projects, gaining valuable skills and networks.

AIESECs Indi as Im pact

Over 2,000 Members Present across 16 cities 200 Leadership opportunitie 32 Conferences 1300 Internationa Exchange Learning Networks Entrepreneurship HIV/AIDS Technology Education Child-rights Finance Cultural Sensitivity CSR

AIESEC India Local Offices: Ahmedabad Bangalore Baroda Coimbatore Chandigarh Chennai Delhi IIT Delhi University Hyderabad Indore Jaipur Jalandhar Kolkata Lucknow Manipal Mumbai Pune

3. International Internship: This forms the most vital part of the program. The Exchange Particpant would have the opportunity to work with selected global projects in leading AIESEC countries. These internships would be of 2 to 4 months and would be again based on the Learning Networks.

AIESEC has admirably met its objectives of providing students with the opportunity to interact with the business community AIESEC-India | C/o Godrej Industries Ltd, Eastern Highway, (E) Mumbai - 40079 internationally, thus providing students necessary industrial exposure so vital to theirVikhroli further careers. AIESEC in India members Web: | Tel: +91-22-25188094/5 | have played an important and commendable role in actively pursuing AIESECs objectives in India. - Mr. Ratan Tata

Profile of Participants being targeted:

AIESEC Global Entrepreneurs Program:
The targeted group is school and college students across all years and backgrounds of their undergraduate studies (Age bracket: 17 to 23) The campaign seeks to reach out to 1,00,000 youth across 148 institutes in 15 cities AIESEC India receives over 7,500 applicants, who undergo a competitive and comprehensive selection process of application review, group discussions and personal interviews.

GEP Flow and timelines:

Promotion, Selection and Application (Dec to Feb) - Information desks & seminars. - Events like business plan competition & leadership summits to promote the idea of young global entrepreneurs. - Screening of applicants through group discussions & interviews. Expectation setting of the applicants as per the offerings of the program - Signing the contract and official registration in the system. Induction and Preparation (Feb to April) - AIESEC provides resources, trainings and support to prepare you to live and work in another country. This includes visa processing. - Students at this time will also particpate in Issue based projects (IBXP). - Introducing the participants to the AIESEC network Finaizing an internship (Feb to March) - Zeroing down on an internship for the participant among the available project in the selected countries based on individuals competency levels. - Post finalization of an internship, assisting the participant with the invitation letters for the VISA. Internship period - The time period in which the participants will spend 2-3 months being in a different country as part of the pre-chosen project. - AIESEC members in the host chapter provide support and assistance in getting setup while providing opportunities for cultural and social activities. Re-Integration and further opportunities in AIESEC India - Sharing their internship experience as case studies for other to follow. - Introducing them to further leadership/international opportunities in the AIESEC-India | C/o Godrej Industries Ltd, Eastern Highway, Vik hroli (E) Mumbai - 40079 AIESEC network Web: | Tel: +91-22-25188 094/5 | - Hedaing for the future

AIESEC Experience cycle for a member

Global Projects

Youth Entrepreneurs Program KENYA Afri Tour on Tourism TOGO ASK on HIV/AIDS by Standard Charter Bank, NIGERIA Cultural Education by Reseau Maillage, MOROCCO

Asia Pacific:
An Initiative of AIESEC in China and PLAN Int. Plan ( is an international humanitarian child-centered development organization. Plan partners with AIESEC in this project by providing us with professional training content for interns and curriculum for high school students on sustainable development in China.

ASK on HIV/AIDS by SCB, MALAYSIA ONE WORLD on Education CHINA Environment by Greenpeace, INDONESIA CSR by He Cares foundation, PHILLIPINES

East Europe:

Latin America:
Project PE ACE :
An Initiative of AIESEC in Poland and United Nations The aim of PEACE Project is to promote United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) among Polish high-school students in villages and cities around Poland. The Intern in the project acts as an ambassador of MDGs, makes students familiar with the MDG Campaign by engaging them in diversified and demanding activities.

Business Models for Confederacion Argentina de la Mediana Empresa CAME ARGENTINA Eco Solidrio on Environment BRAZIL Human Rights for Ethnic Groups COLOMBIA Development Studies by Colegio Nocturno, BOLIVIA

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1.3 Cost Structure of AIESEC Global Entrepreneurs Program

1. Cost of Application form or Prospectus INR XX. 2. After EP clears Assessment Centre and is selected by AIESEC to apply for AIESEC Global Community Development Program, s/he pays a sum of INR 5000(Non Refundable). This amount is charged as cost of providing access to AIESECs database i.e. internship opportunities in selected countries. 3. After an Exchange Participant is selected for an AIESEC Internship by an organization, the EP pays the remaining amount as following, at the time of a match between the EP and the organization.* Development Internship INR 6000

4. Visa Charges have to be borne by the Exchange Participant. AIESEC will assist the EP with required Documents to apply for VISA and advice on Visa Process. AIESEC does not take any responsibility for the visa charges and they have to be borne entirely by the Exchange Participant. 5. However the documents will be provided only if the remaining amount of INR 6000 is cleared by the EP. 6. Exchange Participant has to take care of Air Ticket expenses. AIESEC does not take any responsibility for this. *The amount INR 6000 paid will cover for free accomodation of Exchange participant and will cover for one meal per day *If we are not able to match the Exchange Participant for an AIESEC Internship INR 5000 will be Refunded.

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