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Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
Webinar for interns from national project
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  • 1. 20th May 2014 Link: http://www.wiziq.com/online- class/1880013-national-preperation-webinar-for- interns By AIESEC Indonesia Fathur & Anastasiia
  • 2. 1. Organization Understanding 2. Things to know before arrival 3. Things to do before arrival 4. Feedback system
  • 3. What is AIESEC Exchange Program Polices Opportunities in AIESEC What is EP LEAD
  • 4. What is AIESEC Exchange Program Polices Opportunities in AIESEC What is EP LEAD AIESECVISION AIESEC IMPACT How?
  • 5. AIESECVALUES
  • 6. GCDP= Global Community Development Program TN = Trainee Nominee EP= Exchange Participant AN= Acceptence Note LC= Local Committee MC = Member Committee LCVP= Local Committee Vice President OC (P)= Organizing Committee (President)
  • 7. So what environmental problems is Indonesia facing? Municipal SolidWaste Indonesian cities are facing serious problems managing municipal solid waste (MSW). Like many cities in developing countries, the volume of MSW is rising significantly with the increasing population and economic development. Indonesia's population has grown at a rate of 1.5% per year from 205 million in 2000 to 237 million in 2010. As a consequence of a high urbanization rate, over half of the population lives in urban areas. Total amount of waste in Indonesia is increasing about 2-4% per year. Most of waste generated is household waste reaching 43% of total waste generation by source, then followed by markets waste, street and public facilities waste, office waste, industries waste and other. Issueswearerunning
  • 8. Health issues have always been a prickly subject in Indonesia and this year was no exception as the country mourned the loss of a minister, heatedly debated the need for tobacco control. Year by year the amount of disease is increasing and the main one are influencing: heart, lung, overweight/nutritional deficiencies. Caused by: -smoking -lack of physical activity -wrong food consumption Issueswearerunning So what health problems is Indonesia facing?
  • 9. By the end of 5 years one national project will give positive impact and change the life of more than 330 000 young people in Indonesia Our IMPACT: we plan to make this national projects executed sustainably in the next 5 years which could resulted on: Health and lifestyle 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Local Entities 4 11 15 20 25 Youth engaged 5 200 19 293 46 410 92 420 173 825 Environment 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Local Entities 4 11 15 20 25 Youth engaged 4 520 18 103 44 540 89 700 170 255
  • 10.  Duration 6-8 weeks.  Working hours is min 25 hours/ week.  Job activities and Job Description must be the same as when matched and accepted through the AN forms. Any changes need to be in written form and agreed upon by TN, EP and AIESEC.  Accommodation is provided.  Pick up if provided.  EP must be taken to work on their first day of realization. What is AIESEC Exchange Program Polices Opportunities in AIESEC What is EP LEAD
  • 11. Training/ sharing Showcasing experience through video/blog etc Organizing events Fundraising Become EP Leader What is AIESEC Exchange Program Polices Opportunities in AIESEC What is EP LEAD
  • 12. What is AIESEC Exchange Program Polices Opportunities in AIESEC What is EP LEAD
  • 13. Indonesia is…What to expect Visa information Logistics Timeline Things to bring Useful contacts
  • 14. Indonesia is…What to expect Visa information Logistics Timeline Things to bring Useful contacts
  • 15. WELCOME TO INDONESIA ● The majority of religion is muslim ● Tropic country with HOT summer and we have more than 17.000 islands ● Living cost in indonesia generally based on the city and its pretty cheap, for 1 street meal is arround 1-2 dollars
  • 16. Don’t drink alcohol in public place Dont use impolite clothes Don’t go anywhere without permission Don’t go home lately at night without permission No kissing in public place Indonesia is…What to expect Visa information Logistics Timeline Things to bring Useful contacts
  • 17.  Prayer time is 5 times a day, fasting month is holy month for muslim please respect the people by not eating in front of them  You will eat rice everyday :D indonesian love rice and spicy foods  Shower place is usually without hot water  Mostly Indonesian can`t speak English well, you should learn basic Bahasa  If you pass something to another person: use your right hand Indonesia is…What to expect Visa information Logistics Timeline Things to bring Useful contacts
  • 18. Indonesia is…What to expect Visa information Logistics Timeline Things to bring Useful contacts Remember you need to come to Indonesia with Socio-Cultural visa
  • 19. Accommodation is provided: host family or dorm. Food will depend on the place, where you live. Transportation is not provided. Internet can be accessed in café or AIESEC office. Please, ask further details of accommodation and work place in your Organizing Committee Indonesia is…What to expect Visa information Logistics Timeline Things to bring Useful contacts
  • 20. You can arrive for: 1. 3rd June – 13th July For the people that will arrive on 3rd June, they will have opportunity to attend national preparation conference for interns in Jakarta. 2. 9th June – 19th July | 3. 16th June – 27th July If you arrive during this time, you will have additional cultural week experience (working of showcasing strategy of project). Indonesia is…What to expect Visa information Logistics Timeline Things to bring Useful contacts
  • 21. Info-sessions, Classes: Time to Reproduce Trash! & Friday, No-Trash Day! Timeline: 9th June – 13th July 2014 This aims to educate and spread awareness among students of how to reproduce the trash and develop the behavior to make their environment clean through Friday, No-Trash Day. Participants: Interns and students from high school, /university/ community Intern Conference Timeline: 3rd - 5th June 2014 It aims to give education to all interns of how to run the project. Participants : Interns. Amazing Race: Go Around Your City and Save The Earth! Timeline: 20th June 2014 In this one day competition, all the participants will be going around the city and receiving tasks about Participants: Interns and High School & University Students Exhibition & Workshop: From Trash to Treasure! Timeline: 13th July 2014 There will be some workshop from NGO about trash recycling and exhibition from students (what they did during classes with interns) to showcase the valuable recycling product. Participants: Interns, Public, High School & University Students Environment Project: #StartFromYou This national project of AIESEC Indonesia aims to increase the awareness of waste management by socializing recycle system so it could decrease the number of daily waste. Timeline: June – July 2014
  • 22. You can arrive for: 1. 3rd June – 13th July For the people that will arrive on 3rd June, they will have special opportunity to attend national preparation conference for interns in Jakarta. 3. 9th June – 19th July | 3. 16th June – 27th July If you arrive during this time, you will have additional cultural week experience (working of showcasing strategy of project). Indonesia is…What to expect Visa information Logistics Timeline Things to bring Useful contacts
  • 23. Healthcare Project: #StartFromYou This is national project of AIESEC Indonesia aims to give education and raise awareness among young people in Indonesia to start healthy life by reduce the number of people who smoke, increase amount of people, who exercise regularly, and eat healthy food in their daily life. Timeline: June– July 2014 Healthy Food Festival Timeline: 12th July 2014 This will be exhibition (like Global Village) to showcase people about healthy food options and indirectly build their behavior to choose healthy food one for daily life. Interns will teach participants of how to cook their national healthy food as well as present it to the audience. Target Participants: Students, Public, Food Community Info-sessions, Classes and Workhops Timeline: 9th June – 13th July 2014 This aims to educate and spread awareness among students of health problem in Indonesia. Key Activities Theme: Living Without Tobacco, Daily Exercising, and Healthy Food in Daily Life Participants: Interns and students from high school, /university/ community Opening Event: “24 Hours Without Smoking” Timeline: 31st May 2014 We aim to spread awareness for youth to stop smoking for a better and healthy life. We will find one volunteer that is addicted smoker and want to give up it. Hence, he will spend 24 hours without smoking in the same time sharing about his condition and feelings. Everything will be broadcasted in live stream and Interns will be the one, who will help to promote this channel through social media. Target Participants: Interns, Students, Community, Media Fun Run Timeline: 22nd June 2014 In collaboration with community “Klub Jantung Remaja Indonesia”, we aim to spread awareness about the importance of healthy lifestyle. Interns will be responsible for promotion of this event, helping to organize and coordinate groups of participants during execution as well as taking part in it by themselves. Target Participants: Students and Public Intern Conference Timeline: 3rd - 5th June 2014 It aims to give education to all interns of how to run the project. Participants : Interns.
  • 24. Welcome to National Induction Preparation Seminar in Jakarta! Time: 3-5th June Aim: To provide education for interns about issue, cultural induction, soft skills Facilitators: Member committee Participants: interns from Environment and Health & Lifestyle project Covered: accommodation and food Not covered: transportation cost Website of venue: http://www.aldeposalaca.com/ Register HERE: https://podio.com/web forms/8123193/608696 DDL 27th May
  • 25. Aim: To provide education for interns about issue, cultural induction, soft skills Interns that visit Seminar will be asked to share knowledge gained in Seminar with other interns after arrival to original Local Committee. Register HERE: https://podio.com/web forms/8123193/608696 DDL 27th May
  • 26.  Please make sure you check TN form and ask LC for spesific logistic that you need to bring because some LCs will ask you to bring cultural things like flag, traditional costumes etc Indonesia is…What to expect Visa information Logistics Timeline Things to bring Useful contacts
  • 27.  Make sure you will ask your Local Committee: a) Address of your accommodation, contact of person that will pick you up b) AIESEC office phone and address  Find in internet embassy contacts in Indonesia  Some important contacts : 1. Police 110 2. Ambulance 118/119 3. Fire Brigade 113 Indonesia is…What to expect Visa information Logistics Timeline Things to bring Useful contacts
  • 28. Organization Committee President Mail AIESEC UA: Hafiz hafiz.savero@aiesec.net AIESEC UB: Dea deandhini@gmail.com AIESEC Bandung: Taufik taufik.nugroho@aiesec.net Local CommitteeVice President Mail AIESEC UD: Ririn fithria.khairina@aiesec.net AIESEC UA: Heru heru.nugraha@aiesec.net AIESEC UB: Dea deassy.rizky@aiesec.net AIESEC Bandung: Dwi dwinoor.bestiyani@aiesec.net Environment
  • 29. Organization Committee President Mail AIESEC UD: April Aprilialistiar@gmail.com AIESEC UPN: Egy egy.fazri@aiesec.net AIESEC Binus: Mira mira.dwijayanti@aiesec.net AIESEC PMBS: Tasya mayesta.arientasya@aiesec.net Local CommitteeVice President Mail AIESEC UD: Ririn fithria.khairina@aiesec.net AIESEC UPN: Nando ferdinand.nagal@aiesec.net AIESEC Binus: Lele renda.celona@aiesec.net AIESEC PMBS: Hanna hana1.kamilia@aiesec.net Health and lifestyle
  • 30. Don`t forget to call or write to your embassy and inform them about your arrival to Indonesia
  • 31. Meet buddy Personal goal setting Insurance and round trip ticket Ma questioner Indemnity form CAT results
  • 32. Meet buddy Personal goal setting Insurance and round trip ticket Ma questioner Indemnity form CAT results
  • 33. Meet buddy Personal goal setting Insurance and round trip ticket Ma questioner Indemnity form CAT results
  • 34. Meet buddy Personal goal setting Insurance and round trip ticket Ma questioner Indemnity form CAT results AIESEC is responsible during your exchange period 6-8 weeks (written in TN AN) Expect the Unexpected, we should prepare and prevent something that we dont expect to happen during exchange experience in Indonesia Please send it directly after you officially matched/ pre realization period
  • 35. This questionnaire is meant to provide the Hosting Local Committee with details about you. It will help us to arrange everything for you when you arrive here. Meet buddy Personal goal setting Insurance and round trip ticket Ma questioner Indemnity form CAT results
  • 36. This document submission is important for the safety and risk management reasons during you realization time. Meet buddy Personal goal setting Insurance and round trip ticket Ma questioner Indemnity form CAT results
  • 37. 1. Open your myaiesec.net account. 2. Click my experience and then choose my competencies. 3. Click create new profile and then choose the new proflie that you already create. 4. You must fill all of the question based on your personal choices. 5. After that click submit. 6. You will see the result of your CAT. Meet buddy Personal goal setting Insurance and round trip ticket Ma questioner Indemnity form CAT results
  • 38. 1st time: after being matched in the myaiesec.net 2nd time: after arrival to Indonesia 3rd time: after coming back home Note: - Survey will be sent to mail that you register in myaiesec.net - If you don`t fill survey system will send you reminder automatically - If you still find difficulties to find it: ask your Organizing Committee - If you won`t fill NPS min first 2 times, you won`t receive a certificate after internship
  • 39. Rate your experience so far. Remember that value of our program is not travelling, but: Development of entrepreneurial and responsible leadership by creating direct positive impact through international volunteer experience NPS score that you give
  • 40. If you put 9-10 If you put 0-8
  • 41. If no, then check your mail and/or ask person responsible in Indonesia provide a link for you to fill it
  • 42. Fill Form: https://podio.com/webforms/8126403/608945

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