President/CEO (Former Employee) – Paris – July 24, 2018
Working with AIESEC on the national office is one the most challenging but rewarding experiences and really prepares you for management and running a business. This is one of the best leadership development experiences out there.
Conference manager (Former Employee) – Berlin – July 23, 2018
As a university student, AIESEC is the perfect organization to grow your skills and learn the basic work ethics. It was where I first learned about event planning, logistics, talent management and internship exchange.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – India Point, RI – July 9, 2018
It is a fun and hard working place to work at. You bond with each other while working your part. The manager and co workers are kinda to you and they help you with what you need help with. They are always in a good mood at all times and they never say no when someone needs help with what trust news helps in.
Business Development Vice President (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – May 23, 2018
Inclusive environment that gave everyone a purpose. Worked as a team and as an individual to meet branch goals. Had weekly branch and team meetings, set goals, synergized to meet individual and group goals.
Strategic Planner (Former Employee) – Sindh – March 29, 2018
AIESEC International is an organization that prepares student for fast paced corporate culture, I believe I learnt to work in diversified teams at AIESEC, meeting deadlines, creativity, initiation, time management, project management, record keeping, maintaining customer equity and communications skills.
I would recommend people to work for AIESEC, if they can manage their studies and work both.
Great Development Program that prepares you for your career
Global Community Development Intern (Former Employee) – Greece – January 19, 2018
- I was teaching in 2 high schools there and the teachers there were supportive of my coaching strategies. - Teachers shared the problems and we had productive brainstorming sessions to devise a 6-week program to address them.
Committee Member (Former Employee) – Glasgow – January 9, 2018
As a committee member of an internationally known student organization, I found that this society not only helps student find internships and volunteer opportunities but also helps people grow. Annual events that help students to be more social and approachable is one of the many exciting skills they can help with.
Volunteer Tutor (Former Employee) – Субъект Санкт-Петербург – January 4, 2018
One of the best experiences I ever had. I worked as a volunteer for Sunshine Program, assisting a group of children in a summer camp, teaching English. I had contact with different cultures and shared my culture background with other volunteers as well.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – January 1, 2018
Great Management. Workload is kind of high for a college student. Mandatory weekly meeting in addition to a weekly team meeting. Member will have the chance to interact with chapters from other universities across the globe.
National Lead Nurture Manager (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – September 27, 2017
I was a member of AIESEC for 2 years, and I have never been so disrespected and stressed out in my life. They all want you to drink the kool-aid, and can even "fire" you from this unpaid, VOLUNTEER position.
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.