AIESEC Romania – ING Awards Application(Global Network Contribution)
ForewordYear by year, the story goes on…new chapters, new characters, new readers. A story that you know it’s too magnific toever have an end and so, you keep being amazed every time you turn a page.This year the story is about challenging our worldview and pushing back our own personal limitations. Having thefinal goals in mind, we strive to find the best ways to get there.This year the story is about ONE Romania and about the desire to become stronger and stronger. Together with 14local committees that started to put their efforts in the same direction, we show the world who we are.This year, the story is about hard moments and about facing the reality. Obstacles are always in the way, but this iswhat shows us we are needed in order to overpass them, and so we gain more knowledge, more experience, a biggersense of the organization.This year, the story is about passionate people that want to ACT to ACHIEVE OUR POTENTIAL and about peoplethat are willing to do this no matter the place. The feeling of fullfilment is something we strive for and so we bring ourcontribution in every possible way.Year by year, this story is AIESEC Romania. And AIESEC Romania is about people. About people that are writing theirown storries, people that are helping others to write their storries, people that are willing to achieve greatness nomatter where they are.
Chapter 1 – AIESEC Romania is about achievementContribution to global performancein ELD programmes (2012) ELD Romania Global Contribution IXP Ro Global Contribution TXP- 47 3733 1.25% TMP 1487 79250 1.87% >GCDP TLP 575 33639 1.70% TXP->GIP 53 1728 3.06% iGCDP 276 17619 1.56% GCDP- 18 761 2.36% oGCDP 178 17618 1.01% >TXP iGIP 28 5230 0.53% oGIP 128 5231 2.44%
On our road towards results, we also payed attention to how are we doing things in order toimprove our programs and increase our contribution as a country. And so, besides numbers hereare other contributions that we have towards ELD performance:Also, we have started working on sub-programs on iGIP : Global Education, Global Marketing,Global IT, Global Engineering.
On iGCDP we run the well-known national project GROW. The story of this project startedin 2010 when was piloted in 3 LCs and afterwards got to be implemeted in all the LCs.GROW is the nationwide youth development program that represents a long term, non-formal educational engagement designed to improve the quality of education in Romania.Untill now the project brought 255 internationals from 48 contries. In 2012 edition therewere 56 internationals.http://vimeo.com/41431496#at=29
Chapter 2 – AIESEC Romania is aboutexpanding our reachExpansions supported as country partner:As well we must act when it comes tocontribution and to change. We are a proudPartner Country of AIESEC in Ireland andfor the past 3 years we have helped them withresources, information, partnerships andknow-how to make sure that we rebuild thisorganization. Our contribution has helpedAIESEC in Ireland re-establish operations,rebuild their reputation with partners andUniversities and start repaying their debt.
Chapter 3 – AIESEC Romania is aboutopportunitiesInternational Conferences hostedWith the purpose of further preparing the AIESEC trainers , ITtT gives 3000you the oportunity to develop your training skills, practice yourknowledge and get aquinted with the training tools and secrets in an all 2500AIESEC style, multicultural environment. 2588.88 2588.88 2000In 2012, iTtT was organized in the beautiful city of Sibiu, in the heart of 1500Romania. In terms of delegates, our objective was to have 70 delegates,both Romanians and internationals. The final number of delegates was 100075, from which 35 were international delegates from 14 countries! 500 0The amazing atmosphere was spiced with 10 great facilitators from theNational Trainers Team, Alumni and companies. Incomes Expenses
"iTtT was the first national conference from my term.During the previous editions, there werent so manyinternationals. The maximum number was 10 or 15. When Isaw the number of international delegates in theregistrations file, I was astonished. 35 international from14 countries! Thats amazing! I started to think about whatcould this conference become...The preparation before the conference with the facilitatorswent pretty smooth. What surprised me the most fromthis collaboration was the fact that we were always on time,prepared and having in mind whats best for the delegates.I really believe that having an international conference inthe education cycle can bring strong benefits for membersdevelopment and amazing experiences for all thedelegates.“ (Diana - MC VP Talent Development inAIESEC Romania)
EUROCO 2012 - In 2012, between 18th and 24th of October, the congress was held for the firsttime in Romania in Cluj-Napoca.Main Objectives:Impeccable project – 88%Financial sustainability – 100%Impactful Project for society – 64%Average Percentage of Accomplishment: 84 %SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES Total Incomes in Euro 50407.37 Total Expenses in Euro 40587.70Cover all logistical necessary – 85%Get positive feedback from all parties involved – 90%Patronage – 0% Profit 5979.67Positive cash-flow during the 8 months – 80%One grant obtained – 0%Cash and inkinds from sales – 7380 out of 8000: 92%
Partners from public authorities 57 % OUR ACHIEVEMENTS High Number of congress delegates: 200 out of 230 (all LCPs): 87% Profit – 5980 Euro 37 countries out of 39 - 95%Attract at least 130 students in the events Notoriety increase of ourorganized – 100 out of 130: 77% NGO both national andHave at least 20 partners (companies) – 12 internationalout of 20: 60% around 100 mediaNr. of media partnerships: 35 (25 local and appearances10 national) – 17 out of 35: 49% 2 appearances at local TV Shows Over 200 international participants
Chapter 4 – AIESEC Romania is about people 8. Ana Timofei - MCVP ICX GCDP - Mexico Term 2011 - 2012 (Name/Position/Entity) 9. Cristina Florea - MCVP TM - Croatia 10. Lavinia Adamescu - MCVP ICX - CroatiaMCs/OEs 11. Diana Drăgănescu - MCVP LCD - Norway1. Călin Lupo - President - 12. Meda Corovei - MCVP Fin - NorwayEstonia 13. Dana Chilici - MCVP ER - Mauritius 14. Ioana Constandache - MCVP TM - Estonia2. Alexandru Apetrei - President - Azerbaijan 15. Lavinia Iosub - MCVP Comm - Azerbaijan 16. Marina Uliniuc - MCVP TM - Azerbaijan3. Adina Avram - President - Ireland 17. Mirabela Gacea - MCVP International Cooperation - Macedonia 18. Andrei Palamariu - MCVP TM & LCD - Thailand4. Iulia Mugescu - President - Austria 19. Silvia Oprea - MCVP Comm - Philippines 20. Sivia Pătraşcu - MCVP OGX - Sweden5. Andreea Viski - President - Pakistan 21. Vlad Popovici - MCVP TM - Egypt 22. Anca Agapi - MCVP ICX & projects - Finland6. Alina Mihai - President - France 23. Amalia Trocea - VP ICX Santiago - Chile7. Alexandru Negurici - MCVP TM & LCD - Czech Republic 24. Cristina Balaita - MC VP OGX - France
MCs/OEs Term 2012 - 2013 (Name/Position/Entity) 1. Mirabela Gacea - MCP - Macedonia 2. Vlad Popovici - MCP - Lebanon 3. Mihaela Lazar - MCVP OGP - SlovakiaGSTs 4. Adela Paun - MCVP OGX - Serbia 5. Paul Pavel - MCVP X - Mongolia1. Cosmin Borcan - Global Musketeers 6. Florina Ratu - OEVP OGX - Ireland 7. Constantin Hodorogea - OEVP LCD - Ireland 8. Oana Pascu - MCVP COMM - SwitzerlandGlobal Coordinators 9. Luiza Marcu - MCVP ICX - Serbia 10. Eduard Till - MCVP LCD&TM - Slovakia1. Michael Omescu - CEE Coordinator 11. Tiberius Raducan - MCVP Finance - Belgium 12. Mihai Vilcu - MCVP COMM - Norway 13. Kitty Banuta - MCVP TM - Italy 14. Alina Boaca - MCVP LCD - France 15. Armina Ilea - MCVP ICX-ER- Iceland 16. Alexandra Coanda - MCVP TM & LCD - Macedonia 17. Andra Barnea - MCVP TM&LCD - Jordan 18. Cristina Florea - MC @XP Director - Germany 19. Peter Gyorfi - MCVP TM&LCD - Philippines 20. Cristina Parvulescu - MC VP TM - Albania
Term 2012 - 2013 (Name/Position/Entity)LC VPs NSTs1. Cristina Soreanu - LC VP GIP OGX - LC Vienna 52 1. Cristina Soreanu - TMP/TLP Manager - Czech Republic2. Dan Ungureanu - LC VP GCDP ICX - LC Vienna 52 2. Mihaela Patrana - Career Orientation Manager - Slovakia3. Theodora Cardon - LCVP Finance - LC Aalborg in Danemark 3. Alexandra Coanda - Recruitment and Pipeline Manager - Slovakia4. Adamescu Andreea- LC VP Outgoing GIP&GCDP- LC Auth in Greece 4. Costi Corbeanu - International Cooperation Manager - Czech Republic5. Diana Andrei - LC VP Incoming GCDP- LC UoM in Greece 5. Alexandru Glod - National Trainers Team - Serbia6. Raluca Cojocaru - VP ICX - LC Tübingen - Germany 6. Izabela Catiru - OGP Marketing Manager - Slovakia7. Andra Vant - LCP - AIESEC Münster - Germany 7. Andra Lazar - National Communication Team - Austria8. Alexandra Mitu - LC VP EE - LC Vienna UV 8. George Stefan- NST OGX- Hong Kong9. Ioana Dragos - LC VP GIP ICX - LC Vienna UV10. Gabriela Stroea - LCP - AIESEC LLN - Belgium
Chapter 5 – AIESEC Romania is about buildingthe futureAs we go further with our story, we realize that we never want this story to end and so, we strive tomake sure our activities are relevant enough for the society so they become sustainable and thatfuture generations will come after us to keep writing the history of the organization.For this, the financial part plays an important role.Overall entity financial results in 2012Profit 2012: 10000 euroRezerves: 44533.73Op Budget: 48886No of months covered by rezerve: 9.1
The end – actually to be followed..These were the chapters of AIESEC Romania’s story of 2012. It’s a great honor for us to add thesechapters to the ones that were written before.
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