Behind the Scenes

Organising the Global Health Cycle

Organising the Global Health Cycle

Hi! My name is Julia and I am the Selection, Preparation and Reintegration Manager of the Medicine Project. Roel Hulsman (the SPR Manager of the Health Project) and I created the Global Health Cycle to keep our exchange participants engaged with AIESEC in times of...

Connect Youth: Purpose Driven Networking

Connect Youth: Purpose Driven Networking

Covid-19 triggered us to be more creative in finding ways to finding new ways to create value for our members and to make use of the possibilities that the online world has to offer. Hence, we wanted to create an inspiring online network event for our members. An opportunity for them to connect to the national network and to get to know different types of organisations in a valuable way.

When Can I Go on Exchange Again?

When Can I Go on Exchange Again?

Traveling alone or living in another country might be one of the things you want to do during your student time or before you get a serious job. Exploring new places and meeting new people are certainly a fun experience and contribute to your personal development....

The exciting function of trainee managers

The exciting function of trainee managers

My name is Sophie and I am a Trainee Manager at AIESEC Tilburg. In this blog post, I will tell you what a trainee manager does. Our promise AIESEC wants to make sure that people have the best experience when going on one of the products that we offer (Global...

The wake up call

The wake up call

“It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things.” - Leonardo Da Vinci We believe that leadership is the fundamental solution to achieve Peace and Fulfilment of...

It’s not all about you

It’s not all about you

Whenever you join AIESEC or go on an AIESEC project, you will hear a lot about the leadership qualities, or LDQ’s in short. AIESEC uses four LDQs to teach people to be more aware about themselves and their environment. One of the four LDQ’s is called world...

What does it mean to be an ER-manager in AIESEC?

What does it mean to be an ER-manager in AIESEC?

Every large company or organization has the function of an ER-manager, and so does AIESEC. In this function, it is our task to create and maintain our external relations with potential stakeholders where we can offer and promote our products of Global Volunteer,...

Why do I need to pay 324€ to volunteer with AIESEC?

Why do I need to pay 324€ to volunteer with AIESEC?

Why do I need to pay 324€ to volunteer with AIESEC? AIESEC is a not-for-profit, student-run organisation. So why do you need to pay 349€ to volunteer with us? Where does this money go? Let’s break it down! 25€ Deposit Yes, you’ll get this money back! All you have to...

The World’s Largest Lesson

The World’s Largest Lesson

On the 13th of March, more than 150 AIESEC members throughout the Netherlands gave workshops about the Sustainable Development Goals to Dutch high school students as a part of the ‘World’s Largest Lesson’ initiative. We visited 125 different school classes and spoke...

8 things you should know about YouthSpeak

8 things you should know about YouthSpeak

YouthSpeak is a global youth movement and youth insight survey powered by AIESEC. We focus on understanding the hopes and challenges surrounding various issues which involve young people like us. We are uniting a generation of young leaders who aren’t afraid to speak...

My story as acquisition manager

My story as acquisition manager

Hi, I am Jop Heuvelmans and in this story I will tell you more about my two biggest passions, why I am a member of AIESEC, and what I do as an acquisition manager. About me I’m 21 years old and I live in Tilburg. In January I started a premaster in Data Science and...