STEP – Global Internship Program
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2. About AIESEC
3. About AIESEC
AIESEC has 64 years of experience in developing high potential youth into globally
- minded responsible leaders.
Present in over 113 countries and territories and with over 86,000 members, AIESEC is
the world’s largest student run organisation. Focused on providing a platform for youth
leadership development, AIESEC offers young people the opportunity to participate in
international internships, experience leadership and a global learning environment.
What makes AIESEC unique is the youth-driven impactful experience that it offers to its
members. AIESEC is run by young people for young people.
Our members are part of an exciting, driven global network. They are able to
contribute to societal change while exploring their own vision for a positive impact
We are supported by thousands of partner organisations around the globe who
look to AIESEC to support the development of youth and to access top talent
through our global internship programme.
Our alumni are leaders within their organisations and communities. They use the
experience, skills and inspiration AIESEC has provided them to be agents of
positive change within today’s society.
Peace and fulfillment of humankinds potential.
AIESEC is a global, non-political, independent,
not-for-profit organisation run by students and
recent graduates of institutions of higher
education. Our members are interested in world
issues, leadership and management. AIESEC
does not discriminate on the basis of race,
colour, gender, sexual orientation, creed,
religion, national, ethnic or social origin.
AIESEC members live an integrated development
experience. This involves leadership opportunities,
international internships and interacting with a
global network to support their development
4. AIESEC in Numbers
Short Term Exchange Program
6. AIESEC in Hyderabad
Colouring today for a better tomorrow – Since 2005
Presented to -
7. Today’s Harsh Reality
Child rights today is a burning issue. According to the UN Convention on the Rights
of the Child, every child has:
The right to a childhood
The right to be educated
The right to be healthy
The right to be treated fairly
The right to be heard
All of us, in various walks of life have seen the violations of these rights. The below
statistics give a glimpse of this heart breaking reality:
Child Abuse — 40 million children below the age of 15 suffer from abuse and
neglect. (United Nations Children’s Fund, 2008)
Child Labour — 246 million children, one in every six children aged 5 to 17, are
involved in child labour. (International Labour Organization, 2002)
Child Soldiers — UNICEF estimates that more than 300,000 children under 18 are
currently being exploited in over thirty armed conflicts worldwide.
We, at AIESEC, want to do something about this. It is ingrained in our values to
ensure a constant battle is fought against these atrocities. Every year we plan and
implement various projects to tackle these issues. One such very successful
endeavour is Balakalakaar.
8. Phase 1 - Perennial Impact
Owing to its vow to impact society in a positive manner, AIESEC in Hyderabad
initiated a unique campaign to help those who need it the most: the underprivileged
children of Hyderabad.
Since 2005, AIESEC in Hyderabad conducts a yearlong project which involves
international interns, coming down to help the children that hail from various
backgrounds. AIESEC in Hyderabad, pioneered this project which has since been
adapted by other cities of India. It involves interns coming down and teaching music,
drama, art and craft to the underprivileged children.
The aim of this project is to spread communal harmony and promote healthy living
amongst the children and to help them understand various cultures. Our ultimate
aim is to ensure that we develop their personality and leadership skills which will
help them harness their true potential, to understand the world in a better way and
become the leaders of tomorrow.
International interns - 130
Diversity of participating countries - 37
Timeline of project - June to December
Number of workshops - 1400
Learning partners - 2
Participating NGOs - 8
Number of children impacted - 32000
9. Phase 2 – Balakalakaar The Event
There is a garden in every childhood, an enchanted place where colours are brighter,
the air softer, and the morning more fragrant than ever again.
History of Balakalakaar
As AIESEC Hyderabad’s biggest event in a calendar year running annually since 2005,
Balakalakaar is aligned to the cause of building an environment that helps improve the
quality of life that is faced by these underprivileged children in our city. It promises to be
a one of its kind event; conducted at a much smaller scale in the year 2005, engaging
about 150 street kids at an NGO - Don Bosco Nav Jeevan, moving to over 3000 children
this year! Today, Balakalakaar has emerged as the creation of an opportunity to help
these children discover and develop their skills in art forms of various types.
Over the last few years this event has established itself as the single largest platform for
the socially and economically underprivileged children to showcase their artistic talent.
This event aims to inculcate an appreciation towards the artists and to provide a
platform to these children and encourage them in pursuit of the same.
AIESEC Hyderabad will host Balakalakaar to amalgamate with the impactful experience
created by Project Footprints.
8 Years since the first Balakalakaar event
19,200 Underprivileged Children Impacted since 2005
20 NGO’s involved sustainably for 5 years
Evolution of the event from 1 to 3 different Art Forms
Worlds largest painting workshop for underprivileged children
MTV India Coverage - http://mtv.in.com/act/videos.php?id=10846
10. Balakalakaar 2012 - Overview
The terms Peace, Truth and Ahimsa bring forth the memory of the Father of the Nation:
Mahatma Gandhi. To the young children of Hyderabad, we aimed at inculcating Gandhi
and his teachings into their thought process so that they too would understand the
essence of Bapu.
11. Balakalakaar 2013
This year, AIESEC in Hyderabad aims at engaging over 4000 such children through
Balakalakaar 2013 and endeavours to impression their young minds for a life-changing
impact. Balakalakaar is an initiative, which unravels the imprisoned expression in every
child by providing them with a platform to not just showcase their talents but also to
indulge in a day of innocent fun, frolic and simply put, happiness. See them smile, that’s
something you can’t put a price-tag on.
Assemble at the venue
Dance and Music
Continuation of Performances
Fun and Games for the
Location : Hyderabad Public School, Begumpet ( Subject to Change )
Date : 20th November 2013
9th Year of Existence
12. Partnership Module
Logo space on hoardings
Logo space on banners at venue
Logo space on all Cinemax screens across the city
Logo space on banners at Press Conference
Logo space in AIESEC Hyderabad’s Newsletter with company write-up
Media coverage in Balakalakaar event
Logo space on certificates to all participating interns and volunteers
Logo space on certificates to be awarded to organizations/entities participating in
Project Balakalakaar Phase 1 and Phase 2.
Logo space on merchandise
Logo space on brochures
Social Media promotions
International Interns for your company
Progress Report to be submitted monthly
International Interns will shoot an endorsement video for your entity
An environment protection initiative by AIESEC Hyderabad
ConceptAIESEC in Hyderabad in order to create a positive impact on society
came up with a very innovative project to take a stand on environment
protection. Being one of the biggest youth run organizations in the city ,
AIESEC in Hyderabad went on educating people about the environment
and the need to conserve it.
The Aim of the project is to spread awareness in the youth of Hyderabad
Thereby creating an impact on society. The organization facilitates
international internships through the project and gets down interns
from different countries in the world to conduct workshops.
International interns - 45
Diversity of participating countries - 25
Timeline of project - September to December
Number of workshops - 40
Learning partners - 2
Participating NGOs - 8
Number of youth to be impacted - 30000
14. National Partners
National Board of Advisors
15. Local Partners
16. Local Support Groups
17. Thank You
I would like to thank you for taking your precious time to go
through the details. We understand that the need of each
company is different from others and thus we always have our
doors open to interesting proposals and ideas.
Let us work with you to create a Partnership package designed
specially for your company.
Once again thank you for your time and patience.
Contact us at
Local Committee President
AIESEC Hyderabad – Since 1986