According to Wikipedia, AIESEC is an international not-for-profit organization that provides students with leadership training and internship opportunities at for-profit and not for profit organizations. AIESEC, comes from the French acronym for Association internationale des étudiants en sciences économiques et commerciales (English: International Association of Students in Economic and Commercial Sciences). There are over 86,000 members come from a variety of college majors not necessarily from an area related to economic or commercial sciences. AIESEC is offering two products: GCDP ( Global Community Development Programme) and GIP (Global Internship Programme).
Potrivit Wikipedia, AIESEC (inițial din franceză Association internationale des étudiants en sciences économiques et commerciales, în prezent nume propriu), este o asociație studențească globală, non-guvernamentală, independentă, non-profit, condusă de studenți sau proaspăt absolvenți ale unei instituții de învățământ superioar. Sunt peste 86,000 de membrii, care fac parte din facultati cu profil economic. AIESEC pune la dispozitie 2 produse: voluntariat sau internship platit.
I joined AIESEC in September 2013, thanks to a friend, who I can easily call my mentor, considering how much she has been inspiring me lately. She was the president for our Local Committee and her future is now brightening with ECCO. Moreover, I was surrounded by AIESEC-ers: classmates and friends. AIESEC was slowly transforming into their only air existing in the atmosphere and I don’t know how, this air begged me to try it. At that time, I wanted to be ‘more than my degree’ and that was the suitable decision. This air had something magical that I had been looking for long time ago and that’s why I fell easily under AIESEC’s spell.
1st step: Send an email with the filled application form and wait for a miracle to happen.
2nd step: Go with no stress and give your best to get the acceptance at the interview .
3rd step: Get to know the other members and work hard.