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AIESEC Past, Present, Future
Transcript of AIESEC Past, Present, Future
Peace and fulfillment
of humankind's potential
Past, Present, and Future
Association internationale des étudiants
en sciences économiques et commerciales
International Association of Students
in Economic and Commercial Sciences
Started in 1948 after World War 2
7 Countries: Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Belgium, Norway, The Netherlands, and France
Located in 113 countries (and still expanding!)
Over 86,000 Members
15,000 International Exchange Opportunities
The Worlds largest youth-run organization
Former US President
Minister of Japan
Former UN General- Secretary
A life long connection will ensure the essence of positive change throughout an AIESEC members life. In this way, AIESEC presents each of its alumni a platform for continuous growth thus enabling them to make a constant positive impact on society.
This programme encompasses cross-cultural positive impact that leads to self development and skill enhancement.
Work on diverse business projects and organizations abroad upon your graduation for your professional development
This experience will culminate in your personal and professional development through the concept of team building and management.
Start on your path towards leadership development. You will be introduced to a practical team experience and gain access to a global network.
It is up to you to choose your path and decide which programs will build your
"I'd prefer fruits over chocolate any day"
"I've eaten an iguana before, it was delicious"
Cole Wirpel /AIESEC/Ignite @ASU