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AIESEC UNSW Summer 2010-2011

Posted by on August 23rd, 2010 · Internships, Self funded

Global Exchange Projects

Travel Aboard, Make an impact and have the time of your life at the same time with AIESEC this Summer, a global student network of over 100 countries !

AIESEC UNSW will be holding information sessions on the 14th Tuesday and 15th Wednesday September 2010, 1-2 PM, Level 1 Roundhouse – Wurth Room.

Some of the exchange projects AIESEC UNSW are promoting for this Summer include:

  • Young EntrepreneurS Program: Support the next generation of entrepreneurs in Africa through the Young EntrepreneurS (YES) program. Help local students in their task of creating a micro enterprise. Foster their inner entrepreneurial drive by developing their skills in communication, planning and negotiation. Hone your own skills in these areas at the same time.
  • Afritour: Visit Togo/Ghana and contribute to the development of cultural sites and  the local tourism industry. Help promote Togo/Ghana to Africa and the world.  Visit tourist destination of Togo/Ghana and develop a unique connection with  them and the community there. By participating in management and  marketing with the AFRITOUR organisation and the local AIESEC community,  be more than just a tourist!
  • Tourism in Padang, Indonesia: Explore Padang’s tourist attractions and help in local tourism industry. Gain valuable experience in marketing as an intern for the Tourism Department in Padang creating promotions and developing tourism opportunities.
  •  Answers, Solutions, Knowledge in Africa:  Help educate African youth in HIV/AIDS awareness. Give them skills to spread their knowledge themselves. Develop valuable skills in community development and training yourself in a unique environment of diverse backgrounds, education, culture and life experience.  Be part of the solution to one of the biggest problems facing Africa today.
  • The Gk Build Program – Social Entrepreneurship in Phillipines: Build houses and help develop business to directly benefit impoverished communities in Manila. Participate in community building in areas such as health and safety. Be part of a root development project with tangible, rewarding results!

For Further information:

  • Visit their Website: or
  • Visit their information table: 11-2PM (Mon to Thurs) Week 6 and 7 OUTSIDE the Main Library

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