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    • AIESEC structure
    • At this point in time, AIESEChas the following structure:
    • We are present in 110 countries and territories(in 2011) and we continue to expand. Note: the countries listed here are not the only ones now, since in 2011-2012 we had others that joined our vast network
    • AIESEC world looks like this……and we are colouring it in blue more andmore every year
    • All in all, at local level we have: 730 Local Offices (LCs, just like yours) in 2,100 Universities
    • AIESEC is run by youth, for youth.How is this translated into numbers? 60,000 members all over the world (if all these people would be Norwegian students, it would mean that 25% of the student population from Norway would be an AIESECer)**
    • Did you ever wonder if the work you doevery day actually makes a difference?a lot of AIESECers around the world are probably asking this question, but the answer lies in this:We offered in 2011 16.000 & International Internships 20.000 leadership opportunities
    • Did you ever wonder if the external world values our work?a lot of AIESECers around the world are probably asking this question, but the answer lies in this:We have 4.000 Partners/sponsors all over the world
    • When you are working daily in AIESEC youmight not realise that a lot of the things youtake for granted were pioneered by over 945.000 alumni
    • You are part of an organisationthat is63 years old and is, in the true sense of the word,a GLOBAL organisation
    • You can also take pride in being an AIESECer in one of the FOUNDING countries, AIESEC Norway
    • How will you shape the organisation this year?