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  1. 1. The AIESEC network provides an extensive platform of internship in partner companies & enterprises from over 110countries and territories. Universities & institutions connect with AIESEC to provide such development opportunities to their constituents. For them, AIESEC helps develop young leadersand professionals who can cope and compete in a globalizing environment, and are imbibed with skills relevant today.
  2. 2. WHO WE ARE WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO WAY WE DO IT COLLABORATE W/ AIESECABOUTAIESEC AIESEC is the world’s largest youth-run organization. Founded in 1948 Present in 111 Countries & Territories Focused on providing a platform for youth leadership development, AIESEC offers 2,100 Universitiesyoung people the opportunity to participate in international internships, experience leadership Empoweringand participate in a global learning environment. What makes AIESEC unique is the youth- 60,000 Membersdriven impactful experience that it offers to its members. AIESEC is run by young people for Connectingyoung people, enabling a strong experience to all its stakeholders. 4,000 Partners 945,000 Alumni Here in the Philippines, AIESEC has produced formidable leaders and implemented Annually Generatingrelevant projects since 1968. Currently, its membership prides itself in representing the most 16,000 Internshipsprestigious institutions of higher education. 20,000 Leadership Roles Present in Metro Manila, Cebu and Davao with over 1,000 members interested in world issues, leadership and management. Partners include Standard Chartered Bank, Gawad Kalinga, Shell, United Nations, to name a few. Some alumni include Vince Perez , Anthony Pangilinan, Tony Cailao and many more.APPLYING ENTITIES:Cebu City Davao City, 2Enderun College, UST
  3. 3. WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO WHAT WE DO WAY WE DO IT COLLABORATE W/ AIESECAIESEC AIESEC EXPERIENCE AIESEC EXPERIENCE  EXCHANGE PROGRAM  TEAM PROGRAMEXPERIENCE THE AIESEC EXPERIENCE The AIESEC Experience is comprised of three main phases, each of them describing the type of interaction an individual has with the organization. Each of them has customized activities that complements its participants in their personal growth and their contribution to AIESEC. EXPERIENTIAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT The core of the AIESEC Experience is the Experiential Leadership Development phase. AIESEC believes in experiential learning because individuals are dynamic learners. Each person develops in different times, ways and dimensions. Therefore, AIESEC provides a powerful platform for young people to explore and maximize their own potential. These programs are offered to those who share our values and believe in the opportunities that we provide. Each program has its unique value propositions that it offers to anyone who lives and experiences it. All four programs offer the following based on the organization’s strengths. International CROSS CULTURAL Opportunities Access to a GLOBAL NETWORK Opportunity to make a POSITIVE SOCIETAL IMPACT PERSONAL and PROFESSIONAL Development
  4. 4. WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO WAY WE DO IT COLLABORATE W/ AIESECEXPERIENCE AIESEC EXPERIENCE  EXCHANGE   TEAM PROGRAMLEADERSHIP EXCHANGE PROGRAMS AESEC’s global network enables international exchange opportunities for its members to develop themselves personally and professionally in a culturally different environment than they have been used to. This developmental challenge allows for its participants to expand their perspectives and build their network as they get to know themselves better. The Exchange Programs are generally open to anyone who are at minimum, attending college and at maximum 30 years of age upon application. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The GLOBAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM is an international volunteer experience through which young people GLOBAL COMMUNITY develop themselves while empowering individuals, communities or DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM organizations. GCDP focuses on areas and issues with the need for social impact and sustainable solutions. KEY ISSUES KEY COUNTRIES DURATION PROFILE FINANCING • Environment • Asia Pacific: Malaysia, China, Short term lasting • Student Members Food and Sustainability Indonesia, Taiwan, India from 6-8 weeks • Recent Graduates accommodations • Health/ HIV/AIDs • Europe: Poland, Hungary, Czech are usually • Cultural Education Republic, Italy provided • Language Education • Latin America: Brazil & Colombia • Career Orientation • Africa: Kenya, Uganda
  5. 5. WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO WAY WE DO IT COLLABORATE W/ AIESECEXPERIENCE AIESEC EXPERIENCE  EXCHANGE   TEAM PROGRAMLEADERSHIP EXCHANGE PROGRAMS AESEC’s global network enables international exchange opportunities for its members to develop themselves personally and professionally in a culturally different environment than they have been used to. This developmental challenge allows for its participants to expand their perspectives and build their network as they get to know themselves better. The Exchange Programs are generally open to anyone who are at minimum, attending college and at maximum 30 years of age upon application. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The GLOBAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM comprises of an GLOBAL INTERNSHIP internship in a host organization, through which a young person contributes to its, completes a job description requiring special PROGRAM expertise or skills, and receives supervision and evaluation on his or her professional development. KEY FIELDS OF WORK KEY COUNTRIES DURATION PREFERRED PROFILE FINANCING • Marketing & Sales Brazil, Russia, India, China, 6 months – 1.5 years for Organization Alumni with Salary is sufficient for Poland, France, Japan, Management 9 month minimum work basic living expenses Other fields: • Business Administration Colombia, Turkey & experience but varies from • Finance and Accounting sporadically in many other employer to employer • Language Education countries. • Information Technology
  6. 6. WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO WAY WE DO IT COLLABORATE W/ AIESEC OUR APPLICATION APPLICATION  MATCHING MATCHING  SUPPORT SUPPORTPROCESSES THE SELECTION PROCESS Assessment Center / Pre- Orientation Session Review Board Interview Selection Interview DESCRIPTION At this stage, applicants learn This stage is assesses applicants The Review Board Interview is a more about and consult about as based on the Global paneled interview with AIESEC in the Exchange Program concerned Competency Model of AIESEC and the Philippines and external and the application process. preliminary matchability. stakeholders.THE PAYMENT PROCESS EXCHANGE SUPPORTApplication Fee: Processing Fee: Realization Fee In addition to gaining access to AIESEC’s internship database, each PHP 1,500.00 applicant accepted into the exchange program will be assigned to•GIP & GCDP: •GCDP: PHP 0.00 an Exchange Participant Manager from whom consultations PHP 2,000.00 •GCDP: PHP •GIP: PHP regarding the exchange process may be requested from. 3,000.00 500.00- PHP •GIP: PHP 5,000.00 Furthermore, all exchange participants are entitled to the 5,000.00 depending on the length of following: internship proper • Matching Training & Guidance • Pre-Exchange Support • On-Exchange Support • Exchange Debriefing upon return
  7. 7. WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO WAY WE DO IT COLLABORATE W/ AIESECPARTNERSHIP YOUTH ENGAGEMENT  NETWORKING  SOCIETAL IMPACT BENEFITS As we strive to enable positive and relevant experiences with the youth, we recognize that this requires for us to strategically partner with other individuals and entities. Stated below are the key benefits of collaborating with AIESEC. KEY BENEFIT DESCRIPTION PROJECTS YOUTH By choosing to interact with AIESEC, you RECRUITMENT GENERAL are demonstrating a valuable commitment to CAMPAIGN ASSEMBLIES ENGAGEMENT young people and our capacity to develop future leaders. Together, we can fortify our engaging GLOBAL YOUTH NATIONAL SUMMIT CONFERENCES platform allows for us to attract a youth audience who are eager to develop themselves. NATIONAL AIESEC AIESEC GLOBAL MONTH BUSINESS SEMINARNETWORKING We are an established international OPPORTUNITIES organization that continuously creates strategic PARTNERS’ GALA FAIR AWARDS collaborations with various entities and individuals. NIGHT NIGHT Be part of it, and connect with our powerful network. AIESEC’s direct impact to society is SOCIETAL realized through our projects based on exchange. IMPACT PROJECTS BASED Our projects tackle societal issues that are GLOBAL YOUTH timely and are relevant across cultures. We co- ON EXCHANGE SUMMIT create learning and engaging environments for our stakeholders-- members, partners and the participating audience.
  8. 8. WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO WAY WE DO IT COLLABORATE W/ AIESEC YOUTHPROJECT ENGAGEMENT YOUTH ENGAGEMENT YOUTH ENGAGEMENT  NETWORKING  SOCIETAL IMPACT DETAILS BENEFITS TO YOU: EXCHANGE CAMPAIGN • Recognition as a Partner of AIESEC in the Philippines • Logo Placement on all online National campaign materials • Physical Booths • Option for special orientation sessions for PJMA (On & Off Campus) members in select universities • Online Campaign • University-based Orientations NEEDS FROM YOU: • Training Camps • Attendance to Orientation Session 100,000 Filipino Youth • Participation in and Endorsement of Exchange Promotional Campaigns This term, the National CommitteeGENERAL CAMPAIGN TIMELINE: intends to have four massive exchange campaigns its exchange program. This national campaign is localized to each entity of AIESEC in the Philippines through its on-campus initiatives, and centralized by off-campus events and online media.
  9. 9. WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO WAY WE DO IT COLLABORATE W/ AIESEC YOUTHPROJECT ENGAGEMENT YOUTH ENGAGEMENT YOUTH ENGAGEMENT  NETWORKING  SOCIETAL IMPACTDETAILS POTENTIAL PARTICIPATION EXCHANGE Logo Placement on all campaign materials CAMPAIGN Off-Campus Event Host Booth Sampling in selected campuses June – August 2012 Learning Partner • Physical Booths As the school year commences, AIESEC also opens (On & Off Campus) up its membership to the students of tertiary education. This • Online Campaign national campaign is localized to each entity of AIESEC in • University-based Orientations the Philippines through its on-campus initiatives, and • Training Camps centralized by off-campus events and online media. Each year, AIESEC also does massive recruitment campaigns for 100,000 Filipino Youth its global exchange program. GLOBAL YOUTH POTENTIAL PARTICIPATION SUMMIT Logo Placement on all promotional materials Event Sponsor Case Competition Sponsor August 2012 Program Segment Learning Partner • Plenary Seminar • Break-Out Groups • Group Dynamics The Global Youth Summit is AIESEC Philippines’ • Case Competition biggest project to date. Armed with the drive to cause • E-Learning Platform positive impact on society at scale, it brings together thousands of the Filipino youth in one open space for 5,000 Tertiary Education innovation, learning and empowerment. Students
  10. 10. WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO WAY WE DO IT COLLABORATE W/ AIESEC YOUTHPROJECT ENGAGEMENT YOUTH ENGAGEMENT YOUTH ENGAGEMENT  NETWORKING  SOCIETAL IMPACTDETAILS POTENTIAL PARTICIPATION NATIONAL Logo Placement on all campaign materials AIESEC MONTH Event Host Booth Sampling in selected campuses January 2013 Learning Partner • Exhibit Showcase in different AIESEC’s vision is to engage every young person in Campuses the world. Despite AIESEC Philippines’ vast network, it • Global Internship Fair continues to expand and inspire students and recent • Business Seminars graduates through various activities within National AIESEC • Trainee Conference Month that showcase the organization as the premier youth • Culminating Night leadership platform. 100,000 Filipino Youth GENERAL POTENTIAL PARTICIPATION ASSEMBLIES Logo Placement on all promotional materials Event Sponsor Your own segment within the program June, September, November 2012 Partnership Launches March 2013 • Partnership Launches • Status Reporting General assemblies are held strategically within the • Team Building year to hype up various programs and activities within • Learning Sessions AIESEC’s huge membership base. It is the ideal platform to foster excitement and deliver information relevant to the 100 AIESECers each assembly organization as a national entity.
  11. 11. WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO WAY WE DO IT COLLABORATE W/ AIESEC YOUTHPROJECT ENGAGEMENT YOUTH ENGAGEMENT YOUTH ENGAGEMENT  NETWORKING  SOCIETAL IMPACT DETAILS POTENTIAL PARTICIPATION AIESEC GLOBAL Logo Placement on all campaign materials BUSINESS SEMINAR Event Host Booth Sampling in selected campuses Learning Partner January 2013 • Exhibit Showcase in different AIESEC’s vision is to engage every young person in Campuses the world. Despite AIESEC Philippines’ vast network, it • Global Internship Fair continues to expand and inspire students and recent • Business Seminars graduates through various activities within National AIESEC • Trainee Conference Month that showcase the organization as the premier youth • Culminating Night leadership platform. 100,000 Filipino Youth NATIONAL POTENTIAL PARTICIPATION CONFERENCES Logo Placement on all promotional materials Event Host and other Branding Gimmicks Booth SetupXP CON 2012 July 6 to 8, 2012 Learning Partner Partnership Launches • Training Sessions (marketing, project management, product To jumpstart the term, this conference aims to equip development, etc.) AIESEC’s members with the necessary skills needed to • Product Launches carry out the vision of the term. It is also an avenue for the • General Plenaries evolution and development of AIESEC’s experiential • Social Events leadership platform, through intense discussions and dynamic activities relevant to the objectives of the term. 100 AIESECers
  12. 12. WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO WAY WE DO IT COLLABORATE W/ AIESEC YOUTHPROJECT ENGAGEMENT YOUTH ENGAGEMENT YOUTH ENGAGEMENT  NETWORKING  SOCIETAL IMPACT DETAILS POTENTIAL PARTICIPATION NATIONAL Logo Placement on all promotional materials CONFERENCES Event Host and other Branding Gimmicks Booth Setup Learning PartnerNLDC 2012 October 2012 Partnership Launches • Training Sessions The National Leadership Development Conference is • Product Launches AIESEC Philippines’ biggest seminar of the year. Held mid- • General Plenaries term, it aims to align, train and motivate members to perform • Gala Night to the best of their leadership potential. Each AIESEC • Partners’ Fair country in the world holds their own NLDC each year, where • Other Social Events international delegates and observers are also encouraged to attend. 200 AIESECers (local and International), partners, and alumniNATCON 2013 POTENTIAL PARTICIPATION Logo Placement on all promotional materials December 2012 Event Host and other Branding Gimmicks January 2013 Booth Setup Learning Partner • State of the Nation Address Partnership Launches • Election of Leaders • National Legislation • Team Building The National Conference, or the National Leaders Summit brings together AIESEC Philippines’ key players and 100 AIESEC leaders and top leaders in this momentous event, where the President is members to be elected and the national direction for the following term is set.
  13. 13. WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO WAY WE DO IT COLLABORATE W/ AIESEC YOUTHPROJECT ENGAGEMENT YOUTH ENGAGEMENT YOUTH ENGAGEMENT  NETWORKING  SOCIETAL IMPACT DETAILS NATIONAL POTENTIAL PARTICIPATION Logo Placement on all promotional materials CONFERENCES Event Host and other Branding Gimmicks Booth SetupSTRATCON 2013 April 2013 Learning Partner Partnership Launches • National Planning Sessions • Training Sessions The Strategic Conference is all about evaluation, • Product Launches discussion, planning and team building. Not only are • General Plenaries members encouraged to be present, but all of AIESEC • Social Events Philippines’ key stakeholders, such as alumni and partners, whose welfare and opinions also influence the vision and 100 AIESECers, partners, direction of the organization as a whole. and alumni
  14. 14. WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO WAY WE DO IT COLLABORATE W/ AIESEC NETWORKINGPROJECT OPPORTUNITIES YOUTH ENGAGEMENT  NETWORKING NETWORKING  SOCIETAL IMPACTDETAILS POTENTIAL PARTICIPATION PARTNERS’ Logo Placement on all promotional materials Branding Gimmicks FAIR Booth Setup Learning Partner October 2012 Partnership Launches • Training Sessions • Partnership Launches As a way of recognizing our current partners and • Company Segments and integrating new or potential ones, the Partners’ Fair is a Booths learning and networking event designed to connect all our stakeholders driven by one vision—the youth and 200 AIESECers, partners, professionals alike. and alumni GALA POTENTIAL PARTICIPATION NIGHT Logo Placement on all promotional materials Branding Gimmicks Booth Setup October 2012 Award Sponsor • Alumni Homecoming Partnership Launches Launch • Formal Dinner Good food, good company—Gala Night is a • Awards and Recognition celebration that aims to culminate the Partners’ fair and connects AIESEC’s partners to its alumni. The event also 200 AIESECers, partners, aims to recognize high-performing members, and high- and alumni impact partners and alumni.
  15. 15. WHO WE ARE WHAT WE DO WAY WE DO IT COLLABORATE W/ AIESEC NETWORKINGPROJECT OPPORTUNITIES YOUTH ENGAGEMENT  NETWORKING NETWORKING  SOCIETAL IMPACTDETAILS AWARDS POTENTIAL PARTICIPATION NIGHT Logo Placement on all promotional materials Branding Gimmicks May 2013 Booth Setup Award Sponsor • Formal Dinner • Awards and Recognition • Year-end Report The AIESEC Philippines Awards Night is an annual event held at the end of each term to recognize both major 200 AIESECers, and minor achievements of the country’s members, local partners, and alumni committees, partners and alumni—each and everyone that had a hand at our successes.
  16. 16. PARTNER WITH USLUIS CARANDANGDirector for iGIP Sales Over 1,000 membersAIESEC UA&P With more than 400 exchanges every year Across 10 universities and regions09062345877carandangluis@gmail.comwww.aiesecuap.org

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