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Working for AIESEC in the US is mostly based on volunteer work. No paid work until a person reaches the national levels and beyond. Frustrating organization to be a part of - all local orgs are based around universities and mostly made up of their students. Theoretically, participating provides opportunities to learn many soft skills. However, AIESEC US demands many hours and effort that rivaled actual college studies. Many out of pocket expenses, especially with travel and dues to various yearly conferences. Inadequate oversight and transparency in business and financial decisions. Ultimately not worth it unless a person can treat it just as an after-school activity, or permanently invest into the organization and work up to the national and international levels where the paid jobs are.
Learn and practice a wide variety of soft skills
All work under national level is unpaid and relies on young unexperienced college students
As an AIESECer,you're able to build work experience as a student through experiential learning by volunteering and marketing travel opportunities to students.However,you're not being oaid because it is a non-profit organization.
Identidad laboral y buen manejo de los equipos de trabajo, tambien cuenta con muchas oportunidades de realizar intercambios.
Privado y con experiencia.
No hay mucho tiempo.
AIESEC is a student union which aims to build connection around the world. Students from different countries and different major work together on creative things.
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At AIESEC I worked with a great group of students at San Diego State University that wanted to help other students find volunteer opportunities abroad. We typically met once a week to discuss our goals, and focus on what we needed to do specifically to execute them. We were are full time students and volunteered our time, doing our best to collaborate successfully.
Working in AIESEC was most of the time challenging , I learned stress , time , team management , public speaking skills and more ... The hardest tasks were given at home , but i enjoyed the experience .
Being a volunteer in AIESEC was an real adventure. From day 1 I was brought into a new, completely different reality. The whole experience was about making your own way into a new enviroment (public transport, new language, group work with strangers from all over the world, etc) with just the necessary help.
AIESEC is, for the lack of a better term, a club. It is a club whose members are trying to learn how to become leaders in both their own lives and in the professional world. It sure is a lot of fun, though. Because it is an unpaid experience, and most of its members are students focusing on a degree, the organization isn't the best-run out there. It isn't supposed to be perfect, but instead a learning experience. It is supposed to be a struggle, and one will grow from AIESEC's imperfections.
The people, the regional, national, and worldwide conferences, networking
Unpaid, super disorganized
AIESEC is a world wide youth organization which intends to build world a better place for everyone. was amazing working with them. since i learned a lot through practice. the main activities was exchange youth coming from all party of the world to volunteer in activities Align with sustainable development goals there i learned cultural differences and i love working with different people across the globe
it is a platform for me to learn
it was not pain