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  • 1. Presents
  • 2. Exchange Process
  • 3. By: Roberto Chong Quezada • MCB Coach for Big cluster in oGIP • Email: roberto.chong@aiesec.net • Facebook:Roberto Chong Quezada • Skype: roberto.chong.quezada.93
  • 4. Objectives • Students understand the flow of Exchange process.
  • 5. There are to types of Exchange program in AIESEC : Global Community Development Program Global Internship Program Both programs have the same process.
  • 6. Exchange process in 7 easy steps • • • • • • • Application form (APP) Review Board (RB) Raise (RA) Outgoing Preparation Seminar (OPS) Match (MA) Realized (RE) Reintegration
  • 7. Application Form • Each and everyone of our interested people must fill the APP • In the APP the interested people answer the questions related to the program (how did knew about the program, why are they interested, if they have experience, level of English,etc) • If there is no app, they can’t continue the process
  • 8. Review Board • Once APPa are in the LC workspace in PODIO, the LC is responsible for scheduling the RB (2 weeks max) with applicants • RB is the main filter and it must not take longer than 45 minutes • RB must be in English • RB should be held in formal, profesional way
  • 9. RA-MA-RE
  • 10. R A I S E “Raised” Exchange Participant means that applicant has been approved to take the internship and they should provide the next documents to continue the process and have their Exchange Participant ID: • Prove of payment • Passport • EP Contract with stamp and signature of applicant and LC representative • CV approved by AIESEC manager • Exchange Participant ID in myaiesec.net
  • 11. M A T C H Matching is the process of looking and applying for suitable internship. “Matched” Exchange Participant has already found and is accepted to start the specific suitable internship.
  • 12. OPS is a Seminar to provide Exchange Participant with needed information to adapt to another culture and have a fulfilling experience with AIESEC
  • 13. I found THE internship
  • 14. R E A L I Z E “Realized” Exchange Participant is the the one who has already started the program in another country.
  • 15. Reintegration is the process if involvement of Exchange Participant into AIESEC activities with the purpose to enhance his/her experience.
  • 16. ARE YOU READY ?