Hey AIESEC Western! Our EP Spotlight this week is our very own Vice President Talent Management, Connie Wong! Connie went on a Marketing Internship to Beijing China during her first year last summer, read on to find out more about her experience and how she managed to adapt to the foreign culture! (more…)
Hey AIESECWestern! This week’s EP Spotlight is Wendy Pu, currently a 2nd year at Western University. Like Evan, Wendy went to South Korea the summer of 2014 to teach children English and knowledge about Canada, read on to find out more about her experience!
Hey AIESEC Western! Global Citizen and Global Internship exchanges are happening again this summer, for those who are interested, Taiwan is one of our Exchange partners. Read on to find out more about our EP Spotlight’s experience on Social Entrepreneurship in Taiwan!
So you just joined AIESEC…confused, and wondering what you may have gotten yourself into. From random dancing here, to code words in every conversation, it’s a confusing time! Every AIESECer has been there and knows how you feel. while we can’t help you with the dances, we can try to explain what some of these acronyms mean!
Ask any AIESECer what they love to do throughout their experience in AIESEC, and one thing they’ll insist upon are AIESEC conferences! Guaranteed. No matter where you are in the world, the numerous conferences hosted by AIESEC are life changing experiences. From personal development, to collaborations, to just plain fun – it is one thing that you truly have to experience in person
Hey AIESEC Western! We’re happy to introduce our first blog spotlight from our EP Story Series! For those of you who don’t know what an “EP” stands for, it’s a short form we use to call “Exchange Participants.” These are the people whom represent the very values of AIESEC as they take the leap to go abroad and be able to utilize their skillset through either AIESEC’s GCDP or GIP programs.
AIESEC…an acronym that has since morphed into the name of one of the largest youth run organizations worldwide. There are those who know and embrace AIESEC, and those who have no clue about it at all. Fear not! With this blog, we hope to share the wonders of AIESEC – with a focus on things happening with the UWO branch.