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TOGETHER WE PROGRESS || Leave a Legacy AIESEC (pronounced as Eye-sec) AIESEC Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales* Nowadays, the French acronym AIESEC is no longer used by the organization, since in the history AIESEC expanded to other backgrounds different to Economic and Commercial Sciences. Please use AIESEC simply as is.

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    AIESEC (pronounced as Eye-sec)

    AIESEC Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales*

    Nowadays, the French acronym AIESEC is no longer used by the organization, since in the history AIESEC expanded to other backgrounds different to Economic and

    Commercial Sciences. Please use AIESEC simply as is.

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    History

    A dream called AIESEC

    Devastation, turmoil, anger and despair. The world in which it all began

    in was not a pleasant one. Despite this, there was a burning need to bridge the gap

    across people and cultures as well as pressure for business schools to produce capable

    individuals to rebuild the economy.

    This brought individuals together in Liege(Belgium), August 1946 and later

    in Stockholm (Sweden) during the last months of 1948, finally resulting in the

    first International Congress (IC) in March 1949,culminating into what

    we all now know and love AIESEC.

    Headquarters - Rotterdam, Netherlands

    Formation - 1948

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    AIESEC INDIA

    After a short period after its first

    founding, AIESEC in India was closed down in the 1970s. A few years later,

    Arjun Bhagat gathered with other

    students to re-establish AIESEC in India

    Arjun went on his first internship to Canada before he was heavily involved in AIESEC. It was in Canada that he learned more about the organization and decided to get more involved upon his return to India in 1980. At this time, he started the initiative to re-establish AIESEC in India.

    Arjun Bhagat, India, 1980s, Hall of Fame

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    AIESEC BANGALORE

    AIESEC in Bangalore was started on 1982 by Rohan Joshi and is one of the pioneering Local Committee of AIESEC in India.

    For 32 years AIESEC in Bangalore has been a full member of the AIESEC India family and has pioneered in many avenues especially in the corporate sector.

    This year AIESEC in Bangalore has created history by creating the highest number of experiences ever in the history of its existence.

    AIESEC in Bangalore has impacted over 10,000 lives in the city touching various sectors like the corporate, social and educational sectors by bringing down international interns to work in these fields.

    Also AIESEC in Bangalore has help create Global Leaders by sending almost 1000 students from various colleges to countries like Russia, China, Turkey, Mauritius, UK for various social internship programs and has bought in cultural diversity among students in the city.

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    AIESEC IN NUMBERS

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    The AIESEC WAY

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    What is AIESEC

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    What we Envision

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    Our Impact

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    The Way We Do It

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    Our Values

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    The AIESEC Logo Introduced in 1991, the AIESEC logo remains a relevant and important component of the

    AIESEC brand identity.

    The logo Design shows

    Young people gaining definition as they come out of the blue Mass

    Young people forming themselves as individuals for the future.

    In short, it represents how AIESEC enables young people to discover and develop their

    potential and head towards their future with a clearer and stronger vision for themselves

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    Old Logos

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    The Global descriptor The Global Descriptor is preferred to accompany the AIESEC Logo. The descriptor supports the AIESEC logo in people understanding more about the organisation at first view itself.

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    AIESEC Experience

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    AIESEC Structure

    President of AIESEC International

    AIESEC International

    Member Committee President

    Member Committee

    Local Committee President

    Vice President

    Team Leader

    General Body

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    GROWTH NETWORKS

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    Global Competency Model

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    Sub-systems of AIESEC

    They create a logical internal system, which is our mechanism to deliver The AIESEC Experience. All the sub-systems are required for AIESEC to be able to respond to the needs of our environment and create more & more of AIESEC Experiences.

    1. Identity & Strategy 2. Organizational Structure 3. Financial management 4. Exchange Management 5. Information Management 6. Talent Management 7. AIESEC brand

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    Experiential Leadership Development

    The Experiential Leadership Development phase allows young people to explore and develop their leadership potential through different programmes.

    In this phase, a young person accesses AIESECs value-based platform through one of its Experiential Leadership Development programmes. These programmes offer: International cross-cultural opportunities Access to a global network Opportunity to make positive societal impact Personal and Professional development

    These different value propositions are lived and experienced differently through the programmes, each of which offers a different kind of practical experiences. As of 2011, AIESEC offers 4 programmes: the Team Member Programme, Team Leader Programme, Global Internship Programme and Global Community Development Programme.

    It is not important in which order these programmes are taken. A person can take as many as they feel is important for their leadership development.

    The purpose of this phase is for a person to develop their competencies of Global Mind-set, Entrepreneurial Outlook, Social Responsibility, Emotional Intelligence and Proactive Learning, taking advantage of the intense experiences which AIESEC offers.

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    Team Member Programme

    A Team Member Programme (TMP) experience is an opportunity for a young person to develop

    entrepreneurial and responsible leadership by living a practical team experience at a local, national, regional

    or global level.

    How do we run this programme?

    We provide a practical learning and development

    experience to a young person, who takes part in a

    team and takes responsibilities towards managing

    AIESECs performance and the delivery of its experiences.

    What can a young person gain through this

    programme?

    With this programme, a young person gains access to

    AIESECs value-based platform, and he or she experiences:

    A practical team experience Practical hard and soft skills development Access to a global network An entrepreneurial and responsible attitude towards being a better leader

    TMP participants can have different types of practical team

    experiences, such being a part of a project team, a

    functional team, the organizing committee of an event, or

    an executive team of a an entity.

    What can an organisation gain through this

    programme?

    We work with organisations or institutions that want to

    support the development of young people and access

    the large and diverse membership of AIESEC.

    How will this be measured on the system?

    A team member experience is measured when an individual has been in a team with at least other two members and

    one team leader for eight weeks. An individual will be counted as a Team Member Programme participant as soon as

    he or she is assigned a team with at least two other team members and one team leader.

    Duration of a Team Member experience: 8-78 weeks

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    A Team Leader Programme (TLP) experience is an opportunity for a young person to develop entrepreneurial

    and responsible leadership through leading and guiding others in their work and experience at a local,

    national, regional or global level.

    How do we run this programme?

    We provide practical learning and development to a

    young person through the experience of managing a

    team. Team Leader Programme participants

    contribute to the development of others while ensuring

    AIESECs performance and the delivery of its experiences.

    What can a young person gain through this

    programme?

    With this programme, a young person gains access to

    AIESECs value-based platform, and he or she experiences:

    A practical team leader or executive leadership body experience

    Personal and professional development Practical hard and soft skills development Activities which develop an entrepreneurial and responsible attitude towards being a better leader

    TLP participants can have different types of team-based

    leadership experiences such as leading a team or acting

    as a part of the executive leadership body of an entity.

    What can an organisation gain from this

    programme?

    We work with organisations or institutions that want to

    to support the development of young people and

    access the large and diverse group of AIESECs young leaders.

    How will this be measured on the system?

    A team leader experience is measured when an individual has been a team leader in a team with at least three team

    members for two months or has been a part of an executive body of an entity for at least eight weeks. An individual

    will be counted as a Team Leader Programme participant as soon as he or she is assigned as a team leader with at

    least three team members or to an executive body of an entity.

    Duration of a Team Leader experience: 8-78 weeks

    Team Leader Programme

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    A Global Internship Programme (GIP) experience is an opportunity for a young person to develop

    entrepreneurial and responsible leadership by living a cross-cultural professional development experience.

    How do we run this programme?

    We provide an internship in a host organisation, through

    which a young person contributes to the goals of the

    organisation, completes a job description requiring

    special expertise or skills, and receives supervision and

    evaluation on his or her professional development.

    What can a young person gain through this

    programme?

    With this programme, a young person gains access to

    AIESECs value-based platform, and he or she experiences:

    A professional development experience A cross-cultural living and working experience

    GIP participants can have different types of internship

    experiences as long as their role and supervision

    clearly contribute to their professional development.

    What can an organisation gain through this

    programme?

    GIP hosts are organisations that support AIESECs values and want to enhance their organisation through

    involving global top talent, improving their processes or

    growing their organisational goals. With them, we co-

    create opportunities for young people to work, learn and

    contribute to the organisations goals.

    How will this be measured on the system?

    A GIP internship is counted as soon as an EP is realized to a GIP internship, which should be on their first day at

    work. An individual is counted as a GIP participant as soon as his or her GIP form has been raised.

    Duration of a GIP experience: 6-78 weeks

    Global Internship Programme

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    A Global Community Development Programme (GCDP) experience is an opportunity for young people to

    develop entrepreneurial and responsible leadership by creating direct positive impact through an

    international volunteer experience.

    How do we run this programme?

    We provide international volunteer experiences

    through which young people develop themselves

    while empowering individuals, communities or

    organisations. We focus on areas and issues with the

    need for direct social impact and sustainable

    solutions.

    What can a young person gain through this

    programme?

    With this programme, a young person gains access to

    AIESECs value-based platform, and he or she experiences:

    A cross-cultural living and working experience The opportunity to create positive societal impact Personal development

    GCDP participants can have different types of volunteer

    experiences. They may work with organisations or in

    projects which focus on community development, as long

    as their experience contributes to their personal

    development and positive impact on society.

    What can an organisation gain from this

    programme?

    GCDP hosts and partners are organisations which

    aim to create or support direct positive impact in

    communities through their activities, initiatives, or

    projects. With these organisations, we co-create

    opportunities for young people to develop themselves

    while providing direct positive impact.

    How will this be measured on the system?

    A GCDP experience is counted as soon as an EP is realized to a GCDP experience, which should be on their first

    day at work. An individual is counted as a GCDP participant as soon as his or her GCDP form has been raised.

    Duration of a GCDP experience: 6-78 weeks

    Global Community Development Programme

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    Vision: AIESEC in Bangalore will be the first choice partner to activate leadership in the youth to deliver positive change.

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    Adding most resources and HR

    Priority Programme

    Highest Potential

    Growth Stage

    Highest Return on investments

    Focus Programme : GCDPo

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    Focus Areas Strategies

    1. Expansions to build LC Capacity

    Market Survey To understand what Universities(IIMB), small cities have

    the potential of AIESEC growing and no. programmes they can take up

    effectively.

    Talent Planning and building an effective communication model based.

    External Collaboration Use Universities, student based organization and

    student clubs to build an AIESEC entity

    Kochi, Hubli and Mysore

    2. Building Talent Capacity

    Recruitment

    Where do we stand right now? Are our members happy? Can we enlarge

    and enrich their AIESEC exp?

    Standardize and Decentralize Standardize TM processes

    Focus Areas

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    Organizational Structure

    President

    Vice President Exchange Development

    [VP XD GIP]

    VP - iGIP VP - iGIP VP - oGIP

    VP - BD

    VP - F VP - M VP - TM

    VP - CIM

    VP - Expansion

    s

    Vice President Exchange Development

    [VP XD GCDP]

    VP - oGCD

    P

    VP - oGCD

    P

    VP - iGCDP

    VP - iGCDP

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    Year Calendar

    EBM WEEK 1

    MBM WEEK

    2

    EBM WEEK 3

    LCM WEEK 4

    NLS JAN

    LCONG JAN

    MNC MAR

    LCONG APRIL

    JNC JUNE

    LC DAY

    NSC OCT

    LCONG OCT

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    National Exchange Partners

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    Local Exchange Partners

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    EB Contacts

    Name Responsibilty Phone Number Work Email

    Ankith Abraham LCP (+91) 9900265484 [email protected]

    Anurag Mylavarapu XD GIP (+91) 9632150060 [email protected]

    Suraj Kumar GIPi (+91) 8105481451 [email protected]

    Sanketh GIPi (+91) 9916667990 [email protected]

    Nakul Jain GIPo (+91) 9739851154 [email protected]

    Vinay Lalith XD GCDP (+91) 9845372468 [email protected]

    Swaroop Rajanna GCDPi (+91) 8105664456 [email protected]

    Meenakshi Menon GCDPi (+91) 9880191977 [email protected]

    Saman Ahmed GCDPo (+91) 9845034186 [email protected]

    Karthikeshwar Varma GCDPo (+91) 9972405491 [email protected]

    Lorenzo BD (+91) 9886635114 [email protected]

    Sanheeta Shankar HR (+91) 9740695212 [email protected] Mohamed Ismail Ahmed Finance (+91)9739076504 [email protected]

    Rajat Badami Expansions (+91) 9742317729 [email protected]

    Vishwas R Katti Marketing (+91) 9686468807 [email protected]

    Soumil Kar CIM (+91) 8123106406 [email protected]

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    Office Address

    AIESEC BANGALORE

    9/C, 3rd CROSS,

    Opposite police station,

    8th Block, Koramangala,

    Bangalore-95

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