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LC Bern Newsletter 1 (September/October 2012)

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Franziska Luginbühl

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Newsletter September /
October 2012 Oana Pascu (MC VP COMM) Miguel Meléndez Olivar (MC VP OGX) Peter Caron (MC VP TM) Martin Ilievski (MC VP BD) Hanna Wettstein (MC VP F) Michaela Gabrišová (MC VP ICX) Resi Schneider (MCP) MC 2012/2013 Fresher's Day and Recruitment At this year's Fresher's Day on the 14th of September, the EB had a stand in the UniS to make the new students aware of AIESEC. We had our wall covered in blue paper with our posters and we handed out flyers, mints, and other AIESEC gadgets. With over 40 email adresses from interested students and a lot of personal talks, this events was quite a success. But the Recruitment didn't stop there. Over the last two weeks, we had lecture shouts, handed out flyers at different university locations and had 4 Info Events.

We will see the result of our hard work on the Induction Day on October 13th. A big "Thank You" to all the LC members who helped us in any way during this recruitment!

[Franziska Luginbühl]
During summer I spent six weeks in Puebla. Puebla has 1.5 million inhabitants and is located 120km in the east of Mexico City. I was working for a NGO called Fogata Cultural. Fogata Cultural organises a lot of different projects, which all have the aim to improve the living conditions of Puebla’s population. Examples for our projects are alphabetisation courses for adults or camping weekends on the countryside for teenagers.

During two weeks I was additionally working in a children’s home for girls between 5 and 17 years. There I organised different activities with the girls like playing basketball, go swimming or teaching English. I really liked my work, every week was different and I got to know lots of new people. Everybody was really friendly and open. Also Puebla as city is nice; the historic city centre is a World Heritage Site of the UNESCO and has a beautiful colonial architecture. I had also the opportunity to visit some other places and cities. I was in Cuetzalan, in Mexico City and also visited the pyramids of Teotihuacan.

My internship in Mexico was an unforgettable experience!

[Jasmin Leuthard] My 6 weeks Global Community Development Program internship was a life-changer. I was in Izmir, Turkey, from June to August 2012, spending the whole hot summer in a project called Balcova Municipality. It was a project conducted by AIESEC Izmir in cooperation with the municipality government. My main responsibility was to improve the local children's level of English knowledge, which was the thing I did with my team-mates, who came from various countries in the world.

At first, we find the job was tough because the children had not yet spoken good English yet and we had no other way to explain things rather than English. Fortunately, one of us could speak Turkish which was really helpful. My team-mates and I stayed in a nice accommodation for the whole project. The six weeks really brought us together. Aside of the projects, we also visited the places around Turkey. Last summer was definitely amazing for me. Thanks, AIESEC!

[Mahir Pradana] Internship Stories Dear AIESECer’s, Alumni, students…

Some months have passed; several liters of water went down the Aare and some of the migratory birds are already on their way down south. Trees present themselves in multicolored pomp.
That’s the time of the year when students come back from their journeys all around the globe, when students quit their Job’s they had during the summer break, when students depredate the bookshops in order to be ready for the first lectures: fall semester, WELCOME!

This is also the time when AIESEC Bern is ready to rock the first recruitment of the term. It’s the moment when the new elected EB is able to execute and start to work with its members and move away from dry planning and theoretically coming up with plans and numbers for the term.

Having said this, I have the pleasure to express my warm welcome back to all the AIESECer’s from LC Bern, to all the students, interested parties and readers.

On behalf of the EB 2012/2013 I’m very much looking forward to jumping into the new adventure that lays ahead of us: Conferences, Projects, Workshops, Trainings, LCM’s, LEAD 2013 and 50th anniversary of LC Bern.
And the most exciting part about jumping in and experiencing all these nice events is the fact that it will happen with YOU!

From the EB with best regards!
Christoph (VP OGX), Elias (LCP), Franziska (VP COMM), Barbara (VP TM), Benedikt (VP F) View from the top of the house I lived in Puebla's city centre Me in Teotihuacan English lessons Camping weekend Dear AIESECer’s, Alumni, students…Some months have passed; several liters of water went down the Aare and some of the migratory birds are already on their way down south. Trees present themselves in multicolored pomp. That’s the time of the year when students come back from their journeys all around the globe, when students quit their Job’s they had during the summer break, when students depredate the bookshops in order to be ready for the first lectures: fall semester, WELCOME!This is also the time when AIESEC Bern is ready to rock the first recruitment of the term. It’s the moment when the new elected EB is able to execute and start to work with its members and move away from dry planning and theoretically coming up with plans and numbers for the term. Having said this, I have the pleasure to express my warm welcome back to all the AIESECer’s from LC Bern, to all the students, interested parties and readers. On behalf of the EB 2012/2013 I’m very much looking forward to jumping into the new adventure that lays ahead of us: Conferences, Projects, Workshops, Trainings, LCM’s, LEAD 2013 and 50th anniversary of LC Bern. And the most exciting part about jumping in and experiencing all these nice events is the fact that it will happen with YOU!From the EB with best regards!Christoph (VPOGX), Elias (LCP), Franziska (VPCOM), Barbara (VPTM), Benedikt (VPF) AIESEC Bern
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Switzerland IC 2012
The International Congress 2012 was held in Russia from the 15th - 26th of August. 815 members from 111 countries and territories around the globe meet to discuss about the future of AIESEC. Almost the full Swiss MC plus our lovely LCP Elias were attending.

[Franziska Luginbühl] My Internship in Turkey My Internship in Mexico LC Bern Newsletter September/October Tania Kashevko (ASCDAP) Internship Stories Alumni News Click here to advance the presentation by one slide Click 'more' for Fullscreen Our Alumni "A river who never forget its origin will never go dry" says an African proverb and that why we still stay in touch with our Alumni member.

I guess we all remember Sara Enstedt during one of our workshops in March 2012 sharing her AIESEC experience with us, telling us about how the organisation has influence every aspect of her of Life. She told us back then she was getting married during the summer, the wedding took place in sweden and it was quite an amazing event.

Her husband was a German-Portuguese who was also an AIESECer from Germany, his name is Nuno Monteiro-Perreira while she is Swiss-Swedish. The wedding was attended by thirty-four (34) nationalities from five (5) continent. it was quite colorful and awesome.

We wish them the best times in their marriage life.
[Remi] Sara Nuno You will get to know them the latest during DO IT, but they might also attend some of our LCMs. They are very nice and experienced AIESECers, so don't hesitate and ask them questions if you see them.
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