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RAC Africa Ivory Coast Recap 2017

AIESEC Alumni associations of 8 African countries celebrated their second annual Regional Alumni Congress in Ivory Coast last March, gathering 40 leaders from the region to spend three days in the city of Abidjan, under the idea of connecting for change. The agenda for the congress was designed so that the delegates could design a path towards change in their own countries and communities, inviting others to join them both …Read More

RAC IberoAmerica Peru Recap 2017

AAIB recently held its RAC (Regional Alumni Conference) from March 27th-30th at el Pueblo Resort and Conference Centre near Lima, Peru.  120 delegates from over 13 countries from the region participated in sessions and workshops around personal development, AIESEC-UN Sustainable Development Goals, and networking.  Facilitated working groups were also formed around key focus areas to strengthen the association and its NAA’s (National Alumni Associations).   The OC did an amazing job putting …Read More

Career Opportunities at Medic Mobile

Medic Mobile’s mission is to use mobile technology to create connected and coordinated health systems that save lives. Operating as a nonprofit technology company, we develop scalable and open-source tools that can be adapted for specific uses, backed by evidence. My name is Estelle Comment and I joined Medic Mobile a year ago, working remotely from France, my first experience of remote work! Health workers in remote rural areas around …Read More

The Power of Storytelling

The sign explicitly said “no pictures” and I may or may not have still tried to snap one. I had noticed something very special about this painting. It wasn’t the painting itself, but rather, the little hand-written card behind it, that said: ‘Previous owner: Lombardini. Italian shoe-maker & artist. Believer in lust as much as love. Greatest obsession: Brave truths. Happiest when: Painting humanity on Tuscany’s hills. Favorite thing to …Read More

Going Forward

It is my pleasure to present to you our March Newsletter. We have just returned from Venlo in The Netherlands, where most of AAI’s Executive Board, flew in from all corners of the globe. It was a highly engaging and productive planning session and we’ve prepared a special set of contents for you in this edition of our Newsletter. We chose to have our planning meeting on the same site …Read More

Hall of Fame

Year after year, both AIESEC International and AIESEC Alumni International recognize the work of alumni around the world in their efforts to contribute to a world of peace and realization of humankind’s potential. This distinction was formerly called International Senior Member and renamed Hall of Fame in the nineties, and it focuses on outstanding contributions to both AIESEC as an organization as well as the industry or field of work …Read More

Austria’s 30th Anniversary Cruise

AIESEC Alumni Austria is organizing a weekend cruise from Vienna to Bratislava. The theme is Be The Change, and this will be a celebration of AIESEC Alumni Austria’s 30th anniversary. Save the Date: June 24th-25th , 2017 – 30 years of AAA/Be The Change event on a ship on the river Danube from Vienna to Bratislava. Details:  https://www.aiesecalumni.at/event/hv-danube-cruise-bratislava-preliminary-date/

AIESEC Alumni Austria’s Situation Game: “On the Road with Migrants”

Developed by Caritas France based on real stories. On Saturday the 11th of June, AIESEC Alumni Austria organized a special board game called “On the Road with Migrants” at the Business University of Vienna (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien). Drawing inspirations from real stories, Secours Catholique and Caritas France developed the game aiming to raise awareness and encourage solutions to this global issue. As migrants fleeing war and poverty continue their exodus, impact …Read More

Open Positions – Join the AAI Team!

We have some volunteer positions on our team, and we would love it if you would take the time to think about contributing to AAI for one of these roles. The first argument that often comes to mind is: “I don’t have the time for an AIESEC role,” and we understand that. The fact is that these roles are meant for adults who have busy lives and successful businesses. We …Read More