Its a productive , fun work place with lots of opportunities to learn
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Delhi – August 1, 2017
It was my one of the best decision of life and I feel lucky for myself as I had a chance to serve as a team leader in AIESEC in DU . It helped in polishing my management skills and trained me how to work in a competitive environment with enthusiasm.
Educational Experience Working with International Interns
Corporate Account Manager (Former Employee) – University of Texas at Austin – June 16, 2017
I enjoyed being a part of this international non-profit organization; its lofty goal of achieving the "Peace and Fulfillment of Humankind's Potential," a lofty, daunting goal, proved itself to be difficult, time-consuming, but ultimately worthwhile in practice. The arrangement of Visas, U.S. documents (DS7002), and communicating with companies as a B2B liaison in Austin, was rewarded by the physical presence of an international, and the friendship and exchange of culture that occurred afterwards. When helping interns acclimate to their new environment in a confusing and stressful time in their lives, I recognized a desire to continue doing so, to understand and empathize with them in their time of need, when they were confused and lacked the practical knowledge needed to live in an entirely new environment, and the same ability to help others often presents itself in a professional setting, within the practice of law.
Team Leader for Outgoing Global Volunteer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 15, 2017
I learned how challenging it is to work on a team. I had my own team of five and I had to not only train them but also make sure they were doing their work. It was a very rewarding experience in the end.
Vice President Finance (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – February 26, 2017
AIESEC At UCLA is a great student organisation to be involved in. Learning so much on a daily basis - more accelerated than other social clubs.Most enjoyable part is being able to meet interesting people from all over!
AIESEC International Internship (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – February 3, 2017
Learnt leadership skills, team work, presentation and communication skills along with the cultural experience. Interacted with interns from different countries and got to know about the culture and ways of life of individuals belonging to different parts of the world.
Communication Member (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – December 21, 2016
Pick your own hours with a weekly meeting and events.
Even though this is an organization, it feels like a full time job that requires a lot of time commitment. Because it was focused on business aspect, it was not a good fit for a computer science individual such as myself.
National Financial Development Consultant (Current Employee) – Madison, WI – November 4, 2016
I love AIESEC because 1) the mission, it matches with my vision to help create the world a better place 2) the opportunities to become a better person. Through AIESEC, I not only tried different fields (b2b,b2c,finance,Human Resources, event planning, strategic planning..), most importantly I got the opportunities to develop a better understanding of myself (strength weakness, passion, and potential to achieve sth that I didn't think about before) 3) I love AIESEC because of the people. People I met in Madison, in the region, in the nation, and in Peru are incredible. They are all passionate abt what they are doing; they are leaders that walk their talk; and they are people that inspire me to become a better person.
Account Manager/Sales (Former Employee) – Lisbon, ME – August 1, 2016
AIESEC is all about the worlplace culture. Everyone knows everyone and is willing to help you at any moment. You can easily advance to leadership roles or you can just stay in the place where it feels good to stay. It's a great place to sharpen all your strenghts and train your weaknesses.
Great Visa Processing Experience and Customer Service
Incoming Exchange Relations Representative (Former Employee) – Athens, GA – July 5, 2016
A typical day at work was maintaining relationships with local Atlanta business partners, and ensuring that our trainees/interns were acclimated to a hiring position. I was responsible for following-up with business executives who have agreed to take our interns, and also screened/interviews potential internship candidates, and acted as costumer service representative for both company and interns. I learned to balance my work life, with my school life. I also got a chance to work with international people, that shared a different perspective than my own. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning how to process J-10 visas, so that employers didn't have to take on this task. The hardest part of this job was sending some potential interns emails saying they were not accepted into the program.
Human Resource Team Member (Current Employee) – Bloomington, IN – May 2, 2016
I am a current member of AIESEC as a college student. It is helping me gain experience that will be able to help me in the future. My current management isn't the best but you can tell they are working on it. All of the members are amazing which makes working in the organization easy.