Help students share their experience
As Reintegration Manager, you will guide both Nour Managers and exchange participants in the reintegration processes of the participants. Practically, there are a few different phases. Firstly, you will encourage the participants to think of their project and manage that everyone has planned what to do during their exchange. During the exchange, you will keep track how the Experience Projects are managed.
Afterwards, you will organise welcome back drinks for the participants and from that point, the real Reintegration part starts. You will guide the participants to translate their Experience Project in something that will reach a bigger audience. This will contain of the creativity, planning, organising and financial parts of the reintegration.”
Erin de Graaf, Reintegration Manager AIESEC in Leiden, 2017, 2018
“I developed myself professionally in communicating, presenting and planning skills. In the past months, I learned how to guide a project on my own. This really comes down to planning and setting deadlines for yourself. But I also learned to ask for help when you get stuck in a process. In this environment, it is easy to challenge yourself to do things you would not normally do. For example, speaking in front of a big crowd or go to companies and present yourself and AIESEC. But the most important thing AIESEC taught me is that trying new things and failing are part of development. I will try new things, and if it fails, so what? Now what? I will try again with a different strategy. This mind-set is something that changed my view on a lot of things and gives me courage to step outside of my comfort zone.”