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AIESEC UNSW - LC of the Year Award Application


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AIESEC UNSW - LC of the Year Award Application

  1. 1. AIESEC University of New South Wales<br />LC of the Year AwardAIESEC Australia July Conference 2011<br />
  4. 4. OVERALL EXCHANGE RESULTS<br />Exchange Realisations<br />
  5. 5. ICX RESULTS IN 2010/2011<br />Incoming Exchange Realisations<br />In 2010, AIESEC UNSW realised 8 TNs in Australia. This was the most LC realisations across the country. We aim to maintain the position as the highest achieving LC in 2011. <br />
  6. 6. ICX PARTNERSHIPS & PIPELINE<br />In 2011, AIESEC UNSW has re-raised the partnership with Google raising a further 4 TT TNs with 3 to be realised in Q1 and Q2 of 2011/2012. <br /><ul><li>Person responsible: SamanaliPolwatte-Gallage(VP ICX 2011)</li></ul>There has been a significant increase in the levels of TN and TN taker satisfaction largely due to our tailored pricing strategy, company relationship management and higher levels of activities in intern servicing. <br />With 53 prospected companies, there is a strong pipeline of 3 new potential raises with RSPCA, Diversity Consulting and Dimension Data. It is promising that RSPCA will be raised this July.<br />
  7. 7. OGX RESULTS IN 2010/2011<br />Outgoing Exchange Realisations<br />In 2010, AIESEC UNSW realised 36 EPs in Australia. This was the most LC realisations across the country and within the history AIESEC Australia. We aim to maintain the position as the highest achieving LC in 2011. <br />
  8. 8. OGX GROWTH & PIPELINE<br />Continual growth in OGX results were largely due to:<br />2 OGX teams with different regional focuses<br />1 MAC team directly supporting OGX activities<br />LC-LC partnerships with 8 themed products offering pre-matched exchanges in Ghana, Togo, Taiwan, Indonesia and The Philippines<br />Maintaining faculty partnerships with the Australian School of Business and the Faculty of Arts and Social Science<br />Larger on campus presence through participation in the UNSW Careers Expo and Volunteers Expo<br />Left to right: AIESEC UNSW at the UNSW Careers Expo, Diana Wang (current ICX member) and Angelique Kumar (current OGX member) on exchange in Indonesia<br />
  9. 9. X+L AND LEADERSHIP ROLES<br />Leadership <br />
  10. 10. EXCHANGE + LEADERSHIP 2010/2011<br />In 2010/2011, AIESEC UNSW had two members experience exchange and leadership. <br />Annie Tan – VP Outgoing Exchange, Exchange to Romania (left)<br />ChristaniaTanuwidjaya – RTF Leader & OCP SPM, Exchange to Ghana (right)<br />
  11. 11. DEVELOPING LEADERS<br /> In 2010, seven executive leadership positions were realised. <br /> As of 2011, a further seven leadership positions were created external to the executive board. Of these seven, two are newly raised EPs demonstrating a X+L pipeline. <br />
  12. 12. DEVELOPING LEADERS<br />KacyLokMPM Regional OCP<br />Jody Wong<br />Semester 1 RTF Leader<br />Anna Moltchanski<br />ICX Cocktail<br />Event OCP<br />
  13. 13. DEVELOPING LEADERS<br />Delia Deng<br />Semester 2RTF Leader& Raised EP<br />Trisha ShastriOGX Events ManagementTeam Leader& Raised EP<br />Tammy SivakumarICX Partnership Delivery Manager<br />Raymond Su<br />MaC Leadership Event OCP<br />
  15. 15. MEMBERSHIP<br />In the calendar year of 2011, says AIESEC UNSW has 101 numbers. This is comprised of members and EPs from both AIESEC UNSW and AIESEC Macquarie. <br />AIESEC UNSW currently has 39 functional members. Of this, 7 are returned EPs from 2010 and 2 are newly raised EPs for 2011 realisation. <br />
  16. 16. MEMBERSHIP EXCHANGE EFFICIENCY<br />AIESEC UNSW currently has a member to exchange ratio of 1.08:1. We will aim to achieve a ratio of 1:1 by the end of 2011. <br />
  17. 17. SUSTAINABILITY IN ICX GROWTH<br />AIESEC UNSW has re-raised the partnership with Google Australia with 1 realisation and 3 in the pipeline. This represents 4 TN realisations for 2011. This will now be a recurring partnership for AIESEC UNSW. <br /><ul><li>AIESEC UNSW is hosting a NSW regional event in September 2011 for current, new and potential TN takers to further understand AIESEC and what we offer. This is to ensure that we are utilising our prospected companies and turning them into actual TN takers.</li></li></ul><li>IMPLEMENTING MIDDLE MANAGEMENT<br /> The role of the Partnership Delivery Manager (PDM) is to overlook a team of current Partnership Delivery Officers in the ICX team. The PDM will be assisting the VP ICX in overlooking the administrative work and intern servicing side of incoming interns. <br />
  18. 18. SUSTAINABILITY IN OGX GROWTH<br />In Semester 1 2011, AIESEC UNSW has ran 2 MRBs and raised 14 EPs. This shows remarkable growth from a year ago. <br />Renewal of LC-LC partnerships: <br />AIESEC Legon in Ghana (since 2009)<br />AIESEC UNAND in Indonesia,<br />AIESEC UPD in The Philippines<br />AIESEC BUCURESTI in Romania <br />Marketing and Communications have a number of scheduled events for Semester 2 2011 to promote exchange. AIESEC UNSW will have presence at the UNSW O-Day, Welcome Back Day and Foundation Day as well as the UNSW Volunteers Expo. AIESEC UNSW will also be running weekly information stalls, information sessions and a “Leadership & Exchange” event on campus. <br />
  19. 19. IMPLEMENTING MIDDLE MANAGEMENT<br /> The role of the Events Management Team Leader is to overlook a team of new EPs to organise MRBs and events for EPs. This not only integrates EPs into AIESEC but creates a healthy pipeline for future EP reintegration and X+L. <br />
  21. 21. HOSTING AIESEC MACQUARIE<br /> This year, AIESEC UNSW has agreed to host AIESEC Macquarie. AIESEC UNSW will be supporting AIESEC Macquarie with a stronger focus in ICX to gain full membership status by January 2012. <br />
  22. 22. AIESEC UNSW’S PROGRESS IN 2011<br />