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The Global AIESEC Alumni Hall of Fame Awards nominations are officially launched!

The mission of AIESEC is to develop young leaders to make a difference in the world. More than 1 million AIESEC alumni strive to make these words a reality in a wide array of organizations that affect the lives of millions of people around the globe.

Do you know an alumnus who you consider being a role model for the existing and future generations of AIESEC, and exemplifies AIESEC values?

There are four awards to apply for this year:

  • Global AIESEC Alumni Hall of Fame Award
  • Global AIESEC Contribution Award
  • Global AIESEC Alumni Entrepreneurship & Leadership Award
  • Global Young AIESEC Alumni Contribution Award

Please follow this link to find information about the awards, criteria for nomination and the application form: http://bit.ly/Alumniawards2013

Deadline: August 6, 2013 at 20.00 GMT.

Good luck with the nominations! We cannot wait to announce the winners!
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Cassandra Ruggiero
Global Vice President Public Relations
AIESEC International 13-14 www.aiesec.org

One Response to "The Global AIESEC Alumni Hall of Fame Awards nominations are officially launched!"

  • Morris Wolff
    July 31, 2013 - 02:38

    dear david epstein,
    please allow me to submit the name of Morris H Wolff, a well known early pioneer of AIESEC. Morris as the first elected General Secretary or Secretary General of AIESEC established our first permanent office in Geneva in 1960, extended AIESEC personally to Ghana, Nigeria and Sierra Leone during his trip to West Africa in August of 1960, and helped to build the international structure and gain credibility for AIESEC by raising money and traineeships from the international companies in three continents. He was our first full time employee and helped to bring AIESEC from a European to a global status.He established several national and local committees.

    He went on to a SUCCESSFUL CAREER AS AN INTERNATIONAL LAWYER AND PROFESSOR.OF LAW.

    He has never been honored by AIESEC but his name is well known. He served for many years as a member of theAIESEC US corporation and as one of five international advisors from 1952 to 1965.He would merit Hall of Fame and any of the first three awards.

    He went to South Africa in 1993 and revived AIESEC there at that time. His career of service to AIESEC iextends over a 54 year period!

    Please respond to Morris and let him know at
    or by phone at 352 753 0105. thank you.