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20 Reasons Why You Should Join AIESEC

20 REASONS
FOR JOINING AIESEC

Go on a work abroad experience, develop your leadership skills.

Network and meet new people in your university, around Nigeria and in the 124 countries we are present in.

Be part of a network of ambitious and talented AIESEC leaders around the world and utilize this network for the rest of your life.

Get the opportunity to travel to different places through the various conferences within and outside Nigeria.

Find a suitable Mentor who can guide you through your career decisions and many life experiences.

Cultivate a global mindset and develop entrepreneurial outlook in a flexible & customizable work environment.

Increase awareness on things outside your text book through practical experience and on the job learning.

Get the opportunity to put theory into practice and gain practical international experience.

Being in charge and leading of a team of 5-20 people, to develop leadership skills and competencies through practical application.
Gain experience in leading and managing a not-for-profit organization.

Get a competitive advantage for any job you will apply for in the future or career you want to pursue, and advance your employability.

Obtain experience with sales and account management towards local and multinational companies.

Engage in event planning or training in your areas of expertise.

Run an exchange project focused on a hopt topic.

Learn to strategically plan, budget and mobilise other people to achieve goals.
Train/facilitate at conferences.

Learn how to package and communicate your unique experience to organisations.

Network with companies who want access to talented young people.

Take your next steps in your career/future; put your plan into action.

HAVE A POSITIVE IMPACT IN YOUR SOCIETY AND THE WORLD AROUND YOU.

The opportunities AIESEC offers are vast. Your AIESEC experience is up to you. It is a question of exploring the opportunities of the global network and building a foundation for a career in your area of interest. So if you would you like to diversify your CV and widen your skills by working in a collaborative environment with ambitious students, join AIESEC.

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WHY JOIN AIESEC

Why Join AIESEC?

AIESEC offers you an opportunity to put theory into practice and gain practical international experience.
This will give you a competitive advantage for any job you will apply for in the future or career you want to pursue.
As a member, you will obtain experience with sales and account management towards local and multinational companies, run an exchange project focused on a hot topic, engage in event planning or training in your
areas of expertise. The opportunities are plentiful. As the work excites you and you want more, you may
take up the challenge of leading a team and
influencing the strategic direction of your local office, take charge of negotiations with key stakeholders or run an international 5-days conference with 200 delegates just to mention a few options.
Think of the value of the practical experience of for
example:
• Being in charge and leading of a team of 5-20 people
• Spending your summer going on a short-term internships.
• Making the annual branding and sales strategies for
your local office
• Being in charge of member development interviews,
and training of members
• Negotiating partnerships with companies on your 2nd year of university
Your AIESEC experience is up to you. It is a question of exploring the opportunities of the global network and
building a foundation for a career in your area of
interest. So if you would you like to diversify your CV
and widen your skills by working in a collaborative
environment with ambitious students, join AIESEC.

AIESEC Offers
Are you ready to embrace a new world of opportunities
where you can design your own career path? AIESEC
offers you from hardcore skills training highly regarded
by any future employer to personal vision and goal-
setting. Our training walks hand in hand with
opportunities for putting your skills, passion and vision
into practice.
We offer to develop your professional skills toolbox
while exploring and discovering your potential and
what you want to do with your life.
In practical terms we offer:
• Develop leadership skills and competencies through
practical application
• Gain experience in leading and managing a not-for-
profit organisation.
• Learn to strategically plan, budget and mobilise other
people to achieve goals
• Train/facilitate at conferences
• Be part of a network of ambitious and talented
AIESEC leaders around the world and utilise this
network for the rest of your life
• Learn how to package and communicate your unique
experience to organisations
• Network with companies who want access to talented
young people
• Take your next steps in your career/future, put your
plan into action

We wish to allow our members to find and invest their
vision and passion in our activities. We cultivate
mentorship relationships to provide a supportive space
for feedback and guidance to your personal reflections.
You will be exposed to situations that will challenge
you and your leadership and give you confidence while
often fundamentally change the role you see yourself
having. Interacting and working with a group of globally
minded fellow students provide new perspectives on
yourself and how you see the world. Through our
conferences and connecting with people of a similar
passion, AIESEC can provide infusions of inspirations
for you to unleash your potential.
Leadership Development

With AIESEC you can jump-start your leadership career.
In fact, AIESEC offers over 6,500 leadership positions
each year at the local, national and international level.

So what. Are you waiting for?
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Why You Shouldn’t Join AIESEC

WHY YOU SHOULDN’T JOIN AIESEC

I joined AIESEC in May this year regardless of what I heard about this organization. Through the years I’ve tried to develop myself, it was a great process really learnt some hard and soft skills and what it’ll take to become a leader but I also need to learn to work in a team. So I took that bold step and some may ask why did it took this long. People that want to remain in the same place will only tell you the negatives about something while they contribute less. I saw jobs came to me through AIESECers and it still does then I made a bold step to join myself.
However, if you know the good stuff about
something you experienced you must as well know the bad stuff about it. So here are 5 reasons why you shouldn’t join AIESEC:

EARLY INTO REAL WORK:

You are still a student, one or
two years in the university, or you maybe just joined it, and you find yourself already working for some organization, having a full time job, contacting enterprises and meeting CEOs, organizing professional events, managing people, leading a
team through a certain period, being part of a team, doing plans and backup plans, thinking about how to use your resources in a perfect way. You will become a professional since a young age while you’re still in college.

YOUR CV WILL BE HARD TO WRITE:

Usually, normal CVs don’t take more than two minutes to write and prepare, yours will take at least hours. After joining AIESEC, with all the experience you have, the skills you developed and the things you’ve done, you wouldn’t be able to make them fit on a 2 page CV. It will be so hard for you to list them all on a single CV, it is a hard task come on.

YOU ’LL LOSE ALL PREJUDGES YOU HAVE:

You have prejudged a certain race, certain country or certain region? In AIESEC, you will lose them all. You will meet a lot of new people from different countries, different races and different regions in national or
international conferences. You will visit a lot of new countries and get to know their true culture. You will have friends there, and by that you will lose everything bad you have in mind about them because you will know them for what they truly are.
You will finally figure out that you were wrong and end up changing your mind about the world.

YOUR CONTACT LIST WILL BE TOO DAMN LONG:

Networking is one of the most important things in AIESEC. You will have a huge network of professionals you worked with on events, you will have a network of friends you met on conferences and people you engaged by AIESEC activities. So you will have a lot of visit cards and you will a hard time organizing your contact list and that will drive you crazy.

YOU WOULD GROW TO MATURE AND JOIN A CAUSE:

You are still young; you want to have fun, party and live your life to the fullest. You can’t believe that you will be wearing a suit and tie and going to important meetings. You are still young for big causes and that
complicated stuff. In AIESEC, you will learn the value of volunteering, you’ll be part of a non for profit organization and will work for free, you will start believing in a certain cause, defending it and actually fighting for it. You will try to change the world and achieve peace.

The thing about AIESEC is that once you join it you go to a completely new level. You change your mindset, you will join a professional world, you will experience leadership in every action you make, and you will become an entrepreneur and have the chance to develop yourself in a Global Learning Environment. You will change lives, impact society, help people, join a cause, develop skills, become a Leader, get to be an entrepreneur, become better and seek the best for the world, for your country, for people around you and for yourself. You will become a Change Agent.

So what is your excuse not to join this magnificent world?

What’s your excuse not to join AIESEC

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African Communalism versus Western Individualism:

African Communalism versus Western
Individualism: A false dichotomy
Posted by Graham Knight
This post is the personal opinion of the author and
may not reflect the views of the Humanist
Association of Ghana.
Professor Osei’s presentation at the International
Humanist Conference in Accra, 2012 entitled The
Relevance of Secular Humanism to the
Contemporary African Society asserted that the
Western construct of Humanism is bringing
excessive individualism to Africa in opposition to
its traditional values of communalism. Professor
Osei also said we need to think about the issue of
LGBT rights within this context.
To find a distinctly African expression of
humanism sounds like an attractive project, yet
the assertion has also been bothering me. I have
been pondering on these issues since that
presentation and hope I may have found a
resolution to the apparent conflict.
We need to recognise that the use of the terms
African and Western are problematic short-hands
in this context, because they group together
different cultures, seeing them as uniform. We all
know there is no country called Africa yet so often
people talk of the West as a place.
Also, sadly, I doubt that humanism is currently as
influential as to bear such a great influence on the
collective consciousness of Ghanaians as to lead
them into excessive individuality. Rather I would
argue that it is the economic system we live under
and urban life which is eroding communal ways of
living.
I also believe there is a false dichotomy between
the individual and the collective. The benefits of
the collective are also expressed through the
benefits to the individual and if our individual
needs were not being met the collective would not
survive. Instead, we need to see the relationship
between communalism and individual rights as a
dialectical one.
In the past communalism was often maintained
through rules and taboos. Today everything is to
be questioned. For example we now challenge the
purity of ethnic groups by customs prohibiting
marriage between certain groups. This process
cannot be halted.
So we are now faced with making conscious moral
choices about the way we live with others which
humanism can inform. Communal ways of living
are certainly becoming more difficult with
modernity, but ways of caring for others are still
possible. The emergence of the State has also
taken over many of the responsibilities that
communities or individuals once had. The
functions of communalism now take
different forms although its appearance
has changed.
The ‘West’ is often accused of being individualistic
but this ignores the ways in which solidarity and
social responsibility still exist. Examples in the UK
for example, would be the tax contributions
individuals make to the welfare state which
provides cheap rent, free health care, money given
for the upbringing of your children , allowances
when you are unemployed or disabled and state
pensions. People also do voluntary work for ethical
causes, donate to charity, give blood, adopt
children, set up and work within community
neighbourhood projects, etc.
Human rights therefore, far from being due to
excessive individualism should be seen within the
context of the collective. Where individualism
separates people into different groups and assigns
them superior or devalued statuses, atomising
society, human rights recognises our common
bonds.
The contemporary colonial legalistic and religious
condemnation of people with same-sex desire
creates false divisions and embodies forms of
sexual desire within the individual. The fight for
LGBT rights should not therefore be seen as
western individualism but as welcoming people
into the collective and acknowledging the role they
can also play as human beings.
Our job as humanists is to alert people to the
necessity of making moral choices about how we
connect and interact with those around us and to
find practical solutions to those challenges.