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1112 AIESEC Taiwan MC Recruitment Booklet

A man is not old as long as he is seeking something. A man is not old until regrets take the place of dreams.


Dear Applicant, Thank you for reading this booklet. It means that you are curious about MC positions of AIESEC Taiwan. It’s our pleasure to open the 1112 MC recruitment to you. Through this booklet, you will know all the details of MC recruitment. After the milestone of AIESEC 2010, 2011-2012 is taken as the start of a new generation. As one of the top performing countries in the global plenary. AIESEC Taiwan has the mission to contribute more to head for AIESEC 2015 ambitions. In the past 3 years, AIESEC Taiwan faced huge changes. We have changed our LC structure, started national PBoX, recruited international MC, and engage more external stakeholders to AIESEC experience etc. The most important change for AIESEC Taiwan is that we have created huge growth in exchange performance. It makes AIESEC Taiwan a healthier organization from internal and external aspects. In 2011-2012, we believe that MC in AIESEC Taiwan has the mission to keep the growth sustainable. It is also very different from any single year in the past because AIESEC Taiwan is more than ready to make a breakthrough in 1112. We need people with vision and action to make AIESEC relevant to the external environment, creating greater impact of AIESEC Taiwan. Considering our bright future ahead, huge amount of potential in the organization, and the best moment to inspire impacts, we can assure you that MC 1112 of AIESEC Taiwan would be one of the very best opportunities in AIESEC for you to go. Best wishes and respect for all candidates putting themselves forward for MC 1011 of AIESEC Taiwan!!! Choose wisely your path... knowing that our choices demonstrate, far more than our abilities, what we truly are about.

2010-2011 MC Team AIESEC Taiwan


Current State Role & MC of AIESEC Responsibility Recruitment Taiwan General Development in 0910-1011

MC Structure of 2011-2012

MCP Application Procedure Sub-com Procedure Election Procedure

Functional Current State

Job Description MCVP 2011-2012 MCP & Application Procedure MCVP Selection Procedure

1011 MC Team Contact

MC Working Terms & Conditions

Recruitment Timeline

Content


Current State of AIESEC in Taiwan 1. General Development in 0910-1011 1011 National Direction AIESEC is the first choice for cultivating future leaders By contributing doubled Exchange growth in year 09-10, AIESEC Taiwan’s leaders prove they have the ability to make things happen. In year 10-11, AIESEC Taiwan aims even higher. Aiming on realizing 700 exchanges, we are going to cultivate more leaders and to provide international view to all our stakeholders. Our final aim is to become the first choice for cultivating future leaders, recognizing by external environment in Taiwan. Whoever joins AIESEC Taiwan, he/she will have the ability to deliver positive impacts to the society.

1011 National Focus Areas Exchange Growth based on Product Positioning In year 10-11, our goal is to realize 430 outgoing exchange and 270 incoming exchanges. From 08-09 to 09-10, AIESEC in Taiwan has shown a great growth in terms of exchanges performance which is double by each year and the LC management. In 10-11, based on the strong foundation, we are aiming to leverage external resource into the AIESEC Experience. By doing so, we expect to make our experience have more external relevant. Together with the external engagement, we continue the growth of exchange performance and sustainability of the organization. Therefore, this focus area mainly includes exchange management, talent management and LC management. KPI: 700 Exchange realized 150 of X+LR 1.1 million of sponsorship for exchange project 80% of Ratio of Raise to Match Providing high quality of AIESEC Experience One of the goals in this focus area is to engage external partners in the leadership cultivation in AIESEC experience. In the year of 10-11, we are focus on the development of the member’s learning experience. And through the engagement, we expect to make our AIESEC development experience has more external relevant. Also provide a sustainable leadership pipeline and organizational development. KPI: 100% of PA execution 55% of members apply for next stage in AIESEC experience 9 external partners engage in the leadership cultivation in AIESEC experience


Key Achievements 08-09 Achievements OGX Realize 145, 202% growth ICX realize 85, 123% growth Ranking no. 4, in APGN, global no. 13 in Q2 DAAL- total exchange number 900 Member External Grant: 1.17 million NTD (24225 EUR) Four full-time MC members Build up the result-oriented culture nationally and locally 09-10 Achievements Ranking no. 5, in APGN, global no. 13 - total exchange number OGX: Raise 374, Match 341, Realize 273 ICX: Raise 235, Match 211, Realize 179 911 of Member and 230 of Leader We have the first international MC member in the whole history of AIESEC Taiwan Build up English Environment Separate ICX-DT, ET and ICX-MT, TT into two functions nationally and locally Separate OGX-DT and OGX-others into two functions in 3 top-X-performing LCs Hold AP regional conference - Heroes Conference (nearly 90 people attended) Hold AP regional conference - APXLDS 10-11 Achievements Ranking no. 3, in APGN, global no. 10 - total exchange number (From July – Nov 31, 2010) OGX: Raise 213, Match 116, Realize 176 ICX: Raise 145, Match 98, Realize 90  1137 of Member and 207 of Leader We have2 international MC members in the national team Restructure the MC team into OGX, ICX and ER Separate OGX DT/ET and OGX MT/TT Build up the national conference cycle Launch the X+LR initiate - Global Leadership Program


2. Functional Current State Talent Management In the past years, TM mostly focused on recruitment, performance assessment and transition. However, AIESEC Taiwan need to develop TM system more. Since AIESEC Taiwan expects to make our performance and impact sustainable, it’s very important to improve the member quality by developing TM system in a more structured way. In 1011 term, one of AIESEC Taiwan national focus area is “Provide High Quality of AIESEC Experience”. As the role to ensure AIESEC Experience quality, TM function focus on X+LR to provide more complete AIESEC Experience for members. This term, we deliver X+LR message during recruitment to let new members have the concept that X and taking leadership role are key elements of their AIESEC Experience. Besides, for experienced members, we promote X+CEEDership opportunities to them. Let them know more about operation of other countries, and motivate them to apply leadership role . For returnee, we use their experience to attract others and also provide opportunities for them to involve LC operation. For members who will go to X in 2011 winter vacation, MC open some teams to provide leadership role during X. Also the output of these teams will contribute AIESEC Taiwan operation and X quality. This term, based on LC need in different duration, MC design national conference cycle. Especially, it is the first year that AIESEC Taiwan hold TtT (Train the Trainer) and “Trainee Conference”. About TtT, it is one focus of leadership development part. We want to cultivate more trainers, and then build up more complete training system of AIESEC Taiwan. About trainee conference, the purpose is to assist trainees to know more about Taiwan culture and AIESEC operation. Also build up the network between LC to trainees and trainees to trainees. It makes AIESEC Taiwan learning environment more diverse. Goal Actual Gap Stand

3093

4089

996

Info-session

2662

2362

-300

Application

954

928

-26

Selection

655

669

14

Induction

946

743

-203

NC

642

593

-49

Promotion


OGX- DT ET Through these years, DT keeps having massive growth in both TN and EP side globally. It became the main focus of exchange program in more and more countries, from AP (India, MoC, Malaysia, Indonesia, The Philippines) to Africa (Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya) Then we can see from the performance, CEE countries( Turkey, Russia, Ukraine), IGN( Brazil, Venezuela, Colombia) are having great ambition to overtake the first place from AP. To unleash AP countries potential and show the world how Taiwan growth in unique ways, 1011 AIESEC TAIWAN pioneered in X+L initiative, create Global Leadership Program to encourage AIESECers complete AIESEC experience. Currently in AIESEC Taiwan, from January 1st to December 24th 2010, we achieved 344 X+L raises out of total 359 raises and 48 X+L realizations out of total 279 realizations under DT program, which means more than 90% of Taiwanese EPs will have leadership experience before internship. Furthermore, DT is now more and more valued among youth in Taiwan. From campus to NGOs and Corporates, there is a huge possibility to implement DT into HR training system. Therefore, LCs can develop their unique market and driving higher result and make more impact on the society. On the other hand, ET is one of the exchange types that is not sustainable in Taiwan. 10 ET realizations are mainly realized in AP (India, Sri Lanka), CEE (Turkey, Russia, Ukraine) and IGN (Colombia, Guatemala). The average realization duration is 30 weeks. We can see the high potential in Graduate students, NCCU, NTU, NTNU, WZU and SYU can put more effort on creating ET EP raising model. DT - Focus Area 1.

Diversify EP sources in youth market including NGOs and Corporates.

2.

X+L: Global Leadership Program

3.

Initiate new country partnerships to diverse the DT realization countries.

4.

National quality board set up to maintain the exchange quality.

DT - Realization Number


DT - EP Destination Country Distribution The following chart shows realizations by country distribution from 1st Jan. to 24th Nov. AP India MoC Indonesia Malaysia

64 52 24 22

CEE Russia Turkey Ukraine Poland

23 22 16 7

The Philippines Thailand Korea

Total

Africa Nigeria Kenya Uganda Togo

5 4 2 1

11 2 1

Romania Bulgaria Hungary Tajikistan Kazakhstan Pakistan

2 1 1 1 1 1

Ghana Cameroon Tanzania

1 1 1

176

Total

75

Total

15

IGN Colombia Ecuador

1 1

Total

2

DT – LC Cluster LCs are categorized by 2 dimensions, which are current performance and potential, in the following. Current performance is defined by raising, matching and realization numbers. Potential is defined by the LC leadership pipeline and situation of student market in LCs. Performance

NTLC / CTLC / TPLC / WZLC SYLC / TFLC / FJLC / CCLC / SCLC

Potential CKLC / YZLC / CLLC DHLC / MCLC / TSLC

ET - Focus Area 1.

On-line promotion platform built up

2.

Initiate new partnerships with certain universities.


ET - Realization Number

ET – EP Destination Country Distribution The following chart shows realizations by country distribution from 1st Jan. to 24th Nov. AP India, Sri Lanka

4

CEE Russia, Turkey, Ukraine

3

IGN Colombia, Guatemala

2

WENA Malta 1

OGX - MT TT 1011 Functional Focus Area & Main Strategy (1) Training system build up and learning value-added for OGX member - MC coach LC transition - National training events - MC release standard documents and materials - Experienced alumni involved in the education (2) Enhance exchange quality and quantity - Focus on and cooperate with certain countries with high developing potential - National recruitments leverage resources - Detailed contents on MC website along with online marketing - MC release standard documents and materials - EP information platform - Target pocket recruitment (Pre-raise) - Alumni promotion to complete AIESEC experience - Cooperate with business competitions and seminars to attract target audiences


(3) Integrate returnee resources and good case experiences passing down (for future sustainable exchange growth) - Experienced alumni involved in the training events - Matching process education materials - Interview education materials - EP sharing platform 1011 Functional KPI & Actual Number (1) Training system build up and learning value-added for OGX member KPI: ●

National trainings for VP/TL/NM each once two months

5 returnees/alumni become national supporters

Actual: Monthly FM, OGXTKO in June, National TL Training in September, National Training Day in November (2) Enhance exchange quality and quantity Goal: Ra 35 / Ma 30 / Re 20 (2010 July-November) Actual: Ra 19 / Ma 15 / Re 27 (Q4 raising peak moved from November to December) (3) Integrate returnee resources and good case experiences passing down KPI: ●

Each step of matching process has at least 2 examples

5 returnees/alumni become national supporters

Actual: ●

2 examples

3 national supporters

Functional LC Ranking/Cluster


X Realization Number of each type (from 2008 to 2010) MT

TT

2008

19

6

2009

24

1

2010

35

1

1011 EP Destination Cy Distribution *1011 Focus on China and India only* China

Germany

India

Sri Lanka

Brazil

Singapore

2

2

5

1

1

1

Sweden

Hungary

Uganda

Hong Kong

Turkey

2

1

1

1

1

Project In 2010(until 28th,Nov), AIESEC Taiwan raised 202, matched 195 and realized 163 in incoming exchange DT side. Comparing with last year, in raise, match, realize side we reach 16%, 44%, and 26% growth. Besides, we also successfully built up the partnership with Standard Chartered Bank, Ministry of youth development, Indigenous Peoples Cultural Foundation, Council of Labor Affairs, and some companies as our National Project Partner, totally raised 330,000 NTD. Not just like year only develop rural education but also this year we enlarged our impacts on different area and package it to generate more resource. This year AIESEC Taiwan Project vision is “Bridging the Gap – Connecting the World” We hope we can through this project to reduce the gap between “city and rural”, “rich and poor”, ”local and global ”. These three objective core values will be our guideline to design our project. Until now we develop Education of Sustainability development issue in remote area, diversity community empowerment, indigenous culture promotion, HIV/AIDS prevention. Currently there is a need to ensure the long-term financial sustainability of the projects and to brand projects in Taiwan within global AIESEC network, get more media exposure in Taiwan through projects and find out more external to be the financial project partner and issue learning partner of AIESEC Taiwan.


1. National Project based on product positioning to drive up X • Using external resource to build up our project completion. Analyze past three years data to sum up our S.T.P, and then consulted with government, professor, and company. From this we have two objectives. 1. Making more correct positioning. 2. Using their resource to find our more opportunity. • Develop new market Based on our core issue to develop new market. This year we develop indigenous culture, community, and Taiwan traditional culture promotion. • PR event and info-session to drive more exchange In this year we held lots of info-session which focus on potential TN to drive up X and public relationship events like AIESEC-SCB HIV project. Through these events, we can attract reporter and media to help us exposure to public to make our branding image embed their insight. 2. Completed high quality AIESEC Taiwan project • High quality X for TN In order to make sure our quality, we develop 3 steps to maintain and build up our trust to TN. -Before X: Consulting with TN to come out suitable JD for trainees and communicate with Trainees to ask them prepare for JD before they arrive Taiwan. -During X: We held Trainee conference to strengthen their right mindset and understand Taiwan culture and environment. Besides, we will do evaluation once two week. -After X: Do the evaluation and closing report to analyze this X • Building up country partnership and investment to confirm with supplier We try to build up more cy partnerships from AP and WENA region to make our matching process much smooth, and ensure we have the enough EP supply to make realization happen. Besides, we also invest CEEDership to drive other country’s EP supply to make sure that we have high quality EP. • CRM and knowledge management. We use salesforce to manage our account, which maintain our relationship with our stakeholder and use 4share to let everyone can share their good case to others.


X Realization Number of each type (from 2008 to 2010)

2010 DT TN Industry Distribution

LC Cluster NTLC CTLC TPLC SYLC CKLC CCLC SCLC FJLC MCLC WZLC CLLC YZLC TFLC DHLC TSLC

2010 EP Origin Country Distribution

EP Origin Cy Distribution Malaysia 25%

30%

Singapore Poland

3%

12%

4%

7%

5% 5%

9%

Australia Japan India Thailand


ICX Main Focus for 1011 ICX The Main focus for ICX this year is to build up ICX knowledge base and retention rate. Focus industries on Technology area and companies wishing to expand to the international market. This is done through the strategies below. Consistent Branding to our Stakeholders - The way we sell, proposals we use, the message we deliver is consistent throughout the whole country to ensure that the message in which externals are receiving is the same message. CRM As salesforce has been relatively new to AIESEC Taiwan. This year is also focused on making sure that we are using salesforce effectively to ensure that proper CRM and consistency is maintained throughout the database. Regional market Segmentation Understanding that each part of Taiwan North, Middle and South have different external markets and creating different segments in Taiwan to help the LC’s to create market segmentation together. Effective Raising It can be easy to raise a TN in Taiwan, but what is harder is whether we can raise TN that can be matched. Previously we have had TNs on the system which are extremely hard to match. This is to ensure that each TN that is raised can me matched quickly and effectively. It is also to ensure that the ratio between cold calls, meetings and raising is lowered. 1011 Functional KPI & Actual Number (till Nov.24) Actual Date/Status July Aug Sep Oct Nov Raise

3

4

5

3

6

Match

3

3

1

1

2

Realize

5

3

2

0

1

Total Realizations to achieve for 1011 is 60 Realizations.


Current LC Reality MC CTLC FJLC TPLC TSLC SYLC NTLC CCLC CLLC YZLC WZLC TFLC SCLC MCLC CKLC

Raise 6 7 3 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Match 0 2 5 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Realise 0 0 5 0 1 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

LC Ranking 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 -

X Realization Number of each type (from 0708 to 1011) Year

MT

TT

Total

07-08

15

11

26

08-09

11

10

21

09-10

20

3

23

10-11

9

2

11

1011 EP Origin Country Distribution Germany

United States

Korea

Brazil

Russia

1

1

1

1

2

Indonesia

Columbia

Puerto Rico

Bangladesh

1

1

1

1


Finance In term of 09/10, AIESEC Taiwan focuses on setting up the strategies to help LCs to be financially sustainable such as we do the price set up for Exchange products; we adjust the AI fee ratio for LCs. Besides, we launch the accounting software for MC and all 15 LCs to be more transparent in finance, and all 15 LCs to be more transparent in finance. In term of 10/11, we put more emphasis on revising the whole process of finance and knowledge management of finance: We create wiki and let bank account opened to everyone. Moreover, we will cooperate with the external fiancĂŠ education from accounting firms, which will help AIESEC TAIWAN the auditing field, financial process and also financial model setting up. 1011 Finance vision VPFNs take an active role in maintaining financial sustainability0910 Focus Focus area 1. Financial process revised and SOP of MC-LC setting up 2. Long term knowledge management & involve the external into education 3. Financial transparency towards the external with external audit 4. Apply for higher role in government and AIESEC 0910 Income Statement


External Relations 1011 Functional Focus Area & Main Strategy ER Functional Focus Area for 1011 is centered on financial sustainability through diverse AIESEC Experience products and services. There are three main strategies for this: Product Development -> Sales (MC Sales; LC Sales Education) -> Account Management (MC and LC Mutually Supportive). 1011 Functional KPI & Actual Number (until Nov. 24) KPI 1+Goal: 30% of revenue generated by all LCs comes from selling national products. Actual: 0% KPI 2+Goal: TWD 1,500,000 raised for MC by MC. Actual: TWD 0. KPI 3+Goal: 5 partners involved in Project Bridging the Digital Gap. Actual: 0. Functional LC Ranking/Cluster Due to the overall state of ER in 1011, it is not possible to provide an LC ER ranking/ cluster based on standard and quantifiable criteria. More data will become available later in the year and further analysis shall be conducted according to the new discoveries. Here is a brief overview of LC ER: LC ER in AIESEC Taiwan combines Sales, Account Management, Alumni Relations, Communications and Campus Relations. Every LC will have a different focus according to the LC plan and reality. Normally, LC ER has heavy emphasis on External Communications with direct contribution to LC activities and indirect contribution to MC activities. 1011 Partner List: ASUS HRnet One Titoma Gemtek MeWorks Standard Chartered Bank Atelligent Global Consulting Eten Sinbon OSE Tsingtao BECC Consulting Group


1011 Partnership in Negotiation: Microsoft IE Business School PricewaterhouseCoopers Schneider Electric Recruit Express Viewsonic eCareme EF Education First 1011 Alumni Development: In 1011, the AC Manager on MC plays a critical role to link the AIESEC Alumni Club (AAC) and the current AIESEC Taiwan. The AAC hosts monthly Alumni gathering and other social/networking events. AAC and MC have become much closer and both parties have realized the importance of working together. There has been significant progress on the AAC database, but LC Alumni databases remain problematic both in raw data and conversion of data to useful information. MC Alumni relations have improved, but the status of LC Alumni relations has not changed much. This is expressed in increased number of MC company meetings with Alumni companies (alumni is an employee or senior manager) and referrals from Alumni. In conclusion, Alumni are critically important for lead generation and sales on MC level.

Communication Communication is a very young function in AIESEC Taiwan. 1011 is the third year for communication development. Only MC has VP position for the function. At LC level, it’s under the VPER.


Vision VP Communication is a medium bringing external information( market needs / consumer insights) to AIESEC in Taiwan, and creating communication or doing product promotion toward external society to develop positive social impact. Focus Area 1. Build up external branding to drive X numbers 2. Build up internal branding to drive X+L numbers and fulfill AIESEC experience Internal Communication Internal informational platform frequently used Branding education to every member Branding related session delivery in every conference, communication guideline set up, AIESEC logo, descriptor is correct used on promotional materials, website and so on. E-paper widely used MC releases MC newsletter to inform whole organization the latest news, and LC/project team designs E-paper to promote events, perform LC/project activity result and maintain relationships with members and alumni. External Communication MeWorks website used MC and LC both creates and keeps uploading information onto website to gain publicity of AIESEC Taiwan, realize online promotion and utilize functions provided by website to improve operating process. AIESEC in Taiwan facebook frequently used: Follow last year facebook, we change into the AIESEC in TW fan page instead of group. 15LCs have their own facebook as web promotional tool for AIESEC internal members or externals Media Exposure Report MC puts focus on general functional media exposures, while LCs have wide space to develop exchange or event promotion through campus/regional media or other websites. AIESEC Taiwan Media Exposure 2010/7-2010/9/23 MC/LC

Campus media

First-tier

Second-tier

websites

MC+LC

22

2

1

8

Total

Goal July,10

33

135


3. MC Team 1011 Core MC Team: MCP: Roger Lo MCVP Talent Management: Julie Lin MCVP OGX-DTET: Ines Chen MCVP OGX-MTTT: Michelle Chou MCVP Project: Dirk Lin MCVP ICX: Aniel Bhaga MCVP Finance: Hank Yu MCVP External Relations: Winnie Wu MCVP Communication: Angela Chu MC Leadership Development Manager: Joy Tsao MC Non-Corporate Manager: Kevin Ho Business Development Director: Gellvin Chang MC NST: OGX NST: Priscilla Wang ICX NST: Perry Chang Position

Name

E-mail

MCP

Roger

ho-chieh.lo@aiesec.net

MCVP TM

Julie

hsiu_jung.lin@aiesec.net

tbwinckle

+886-960-331-164

MCVP OGX-DTET

Ines

ines.chen@aiesec.net

dearcerisechen

+886-963-197-369

yogurt1988

+886-917012996

MCVP OGX-MTTT Michelle ming-chieh.chou@aiesec.net

Skype

Phone

simplegreen0526 +886-930-068-219

MCVP Project

Dirk

lin.yufong@aiesec.net

dirk033

+886-922-402-270

MCVPICX

Aniel

aniel.bhaga@aiesec.net

aniel.b

+886 975 501 361

MCVP FN

Hank

hank.yu@aiesec.net

Hankyu721

+886-963-133660

MCVP ER

Winnie

winnie.wu@aiesec.net

Ffaaffaa2001

+886-910-377-715

MCVP Comm.

Angela

angela.chu@aiesec.net

miniming412

+886-922-212420

MC LD Manager

Joy

joy.tsao@aiesec.net

cdjoy26

+886-934-161-621

MC Non-Corporate Manager

Kevin

chia.hao@aiesec.net

kevin52684

+886-932-560930

Business Development Director

Gellvin

gellvin.chang@aiesec.net

skljn0

+886-911-329-780


Role & Responsibility of MC 1. MC Structure of 2010-2011

*3T means MT, TT, and ET. *This is 1112 MC structure that 1011 MC team proposed. The finial structure will be decided by elected 1112 MCP. Positions in yellow are full-time. Please refer to “MC working terms and conditions� to know about full-time policy.

Positions in blue are part-time.

Positions in green are opened for full-time or part-time candidates. You can choose to be full-time or part-time MC member and make the manifesto according to your time commitment.

Positions with dark red frame are open for international candidates.

Positions with light green frame are preferred for candidates who can speak Chinese.


2. Job Description of 2010-2011 MCP & MCVP The role of MCP is like the captain to guide the direction of AIESEC Taiwan and to support the crew to move forward to the destination. In the process, he may need to seek for external resources, motivate the crew or overcome all kinds of obstacles. Whatever he does, the final aim is to make sure AIESEC Taiwan achieves what they wanted to

MCP

Responsibility Strategy & Direction ●

Set organization vision, direction, and goals

Facilitate the implementation of global directions

Be responsible for national structure

Internal Management ●

Coach and support MC team

Track MC performance weekly, monthly, and quarterly

Report and communicate with BOD four times a year

Maintain execution of AIESEC Taiwan’s compendium and be the final interpreter

Over see MC election/selection process

External Relations ●

National partner relation management

Board of Director management

Representation AIESEC Taiwan in AIESEC International network

Represent AIESEC Taiwan in international conferences

Be the spokesperson and main representative of AIESEC Taiwan in external events

International representation

Organization Leadership and Local Committee Development ●

Leadership role model of members

Coach and support LCP to achieve LC’s goal


Measure of Success ●

% of National Plan Realization

National Team Members Plan Realization

Number of People Applying for National Positions

Recognition given to AIESEC Taiwan

Continuity on National Level

Competencies Required Level GCM

No

Low

Some

Regular

Strong

Global Mindset

ˇ

Entrepreneurial Outlook

ˇ

Social Responsibility

ˇ

Emotional Intelligence

ˇ

Proactive Learning

ˇ

Skill Required Level Skill

No

Low

Some

Regular

Strong

Team Management

ˇ

Decision Making

ˇ

Coaching Skill

ˇ

Conflict Management

ˇ

Strategic Planning

ˇ

Communication Skill

ˇ

Performance Tracking

ˇ

English Ability

ˇ

Presentation Skill

ˇ

Partnership Development Exchange Management

ˇ ˇ


Benefits A. Skill Development ●

Leadership Development

Organization Management

Strategic Thinking

Coaching Experience

Multitasking Management

Pressure Management

Mental Resistance, Self Awareness, and Management

Intensive Team Management Experience

B. Opportunities During Term ●

Personal Network Extension - external partners, BOA, international network

C. Future Career ●

AIESEC International

International MC

Internship

GN Boards

Expansion Coordinator

The MCP experience is adding value to your future career because of the practical working experience, strategic thinking, organization management and so on.


MCVPTM ensures the capability of organization to achieve goals. MCVPTM stands at national level to improve the efficiency of developing membership, leadership, and providing quality AIESEC XP.

MCVP TM

Responsibility Ensure and Develop Talent Management System ●

Long-term plan for TMS development

Ensuring the efficiency to attracting talents and integrating them

Ensure and Develop Talent Development ●

Ensure effective talent planning & talent review

Develop national talent education system based on learning environment

Competency model implementation & management

National level conference management

MC Talent Management ●

MC member recruitment process

Developing and ensuring MC working conditions

MC member learning environment

LC Coach on Talent Management ●

LCVPTM personal coach

LC TM development plan & support

LC TM performance tracking & strategy

Measure of Success ●

Growth and # of membership

Retention rate of membership

Quality of AIESEC Experience and membership

# of Leadership Experience taken

# of X+LR

# and % of member taken international opportunities

Satisfaction of members


Competencies Required Level GCM

No

Low

Some

Regular

Global Mindset

Strong ˇ

Entrepreneurial Outlook

ˇ

Social Responsibility

ˇ

Emotional Intelligence

ˇ

Proactive Learning

ˇ

Skill Required Level Skill

No

Low

Some

Regular

Strong

Project Management

ˇ

Material Making

ˇ

Team Management

ˇ

Strategic and Structured

ˇ

English Ability

ˇ

Coaching and Facilitating

ˇ

Analytical Skill

ˇ

Conference Management

ˇ

Ability to manage online

ˇ


Benefits A. Skill Development You will develop all the skills in HR area. Especially you are at MC level, you are truly manage the talents for an organization. You will gain strong communication skill by cooperation with other functions in MC and all LCs. You will learn how to recruit right people and integrate them nationally. To support org. goal, as MCVP TM, it’s challenging to find key problems in our talent and solve by developing TM strategies. B. Opportunities During Term You will have the opportunities to know learning partners in HR area or other functions. As MCVP TM, you have more chances to be international faci in diverse conferences. C. Future Career ●

MCP

International MC

GN Boards

CC of IC or IPM

Expansion Coordinator

HR Department in corporate/non-corporate organization

MCVPOGX needs to ensure the development and the process of exchange system by delivering learning materials and tools to LCs. VPOGX also need to build up international relationship on behalf of Taiwan for cooperation in exchange.

MCVP OGX-DT

Responsibility 1. Drive the growth in providing AIESEC XP for youth in Taiwan by providing outgoing exchanges in DT pools. 2. Formulate and implement national exchange growth strategies. 3. Exchange quality control in both EP and TN sides. 4. Country partnership management for International branding and TN supply sourcing. 5. Provide functional coaching for Local Committees and build up leadership pipeline.


Measure of Success ●

Absolute and relative growth in exchange performance

Number of EP realized under program

Delivery efficiency in DT EP raising, matching, and realization

Matching & realization rate in DT pool

Satisfaction rate of AIESEC XP for EP and OGX members

Competencies Required Level GCM

No

Low

Some

Regular

Global Mindset

Strong ˇ

Entrepreneurial Outlook

ˇ

Social Responsibility

ˇ

Emotional Intelligence

ˇ

Proactive Learning

ˇ

Skill Required Level Skill

No

Low

Some

Regular

Supply & Demand Management

Strong ˇ

Product Development

ˇ

Analytical Skill

ˇ

Marketing & Sales Skill

ˇ

Coaching & Facilitation Skill

ˇ

Communication Skill

ˇ

International Relationship Management

ˇ


Benefits A. Skill Development ●

Process Management

Marketing and Sales Skill

Leadership

B. Opportunities During Term ●

Facilitator opportunities in international conferences

CEEDer opportunities in other countries

Deep and first-hand insight abuot job opportunities on MyAIESEC.net

C. Future Career ●

Jobs in marketing functions

Jobs in sales functions

MCVPOGX 3T needs to create initiative programs, ensure the development and manage the process of exchange system. The person needs to deliver learning materials and tools to LCs, also need to build up international relationships on behalf of Taiwan for cooperation in exchange.

MCVP OGX-3T

Responsibility 1. Drive the growth in providing AIESEC XP for youth in Taiwan by providing outgoing exchanges in MT, TT, and ET pools. 2. Formulate and implement national exchange growth strategies. 3. Develop customized MT, TT, and ET products based on reality in Taiwan. 4. Establish and maintain international relationship for driving growth in exchange and unique branding of AIESEC Taiwan, 5. Provide functional coaching for Local Committees and build up leadership pipeline.

Measure of Success ●

Number of EP realized in MT, TT, and ET pools

Delivery efficiency in MT, TT, and EP raising, matching, and realization

Matching & realization rate in MT, TT, and ET pool

Satisfaction rate of AIESEC XP for EP and OGX members


Competencies Required Level GCM

No

Low

Some

Regular

Global Mindset

Strong ˇ

Entrepreneurial Outlook

ˇ

Social Responsibility

ˇ

Emotional Intelligence

ˇ

Proactive Learning

ˇ

Skill Required Level Skill

No

Low

Some

Regular

Strong

Supply & Demand Management

ˇ

Product Development

ˇ

Analytical Skill

ˇ

Marketing & Sales Skill

ˇ

Coaching & Facilitation Skill

ˇ

Communication Skill

ˇ

International Relationship Management

ˇ

Benefits A. Skill Development ●

Strategic thinking ability

Marketing and Sales Skill

Leadership

B. Opportunities During Term ●

Facilitator opportunities in international conferences

CEEDer opportunities in other countries

Deep and first-hand insight abuot job opportunities on MyAIESEC.net

C. Future Career ●

Jobs in marketing functions

Jobs in sales functions


MCVP Project coordinates the delivery of issue-based AIESEC experience, which synergizes exchange, learning, and ER. Also MCVP Project focus has been on building relationship with external account and building capacity at local level. Nevertheless, consolidation of the program among more LCs is required.

MCVP Project

Responsibility National Project Management ●

To manage national projects

To open up the new national projects if the previous national projects are well ran

To brand the national projects among AIESEC network and source EPs

To provide learning opportunities to members and non-AIESEC students around Taiwan and global social issues

To provide basic education about PBOX and project management to LC members

To support LC project with project planning and funding

To be the financial responsible for funding for projetcs

National Project Financial Sustainability Development ●

To be the financial responsible for funding for projects

To be the main charge of funding from government, NGOs, and foundation

Measure of Success ●

# of ICX DT realization

# of financial income from DT project and project supporter

# of media exposure from project

Satisfaction rate of project members, trainees, and organization

Absolute & relative growth in the number of enablers and supporters

# of learning activity


Competencies Required Level GCM

No

Low

Some

Regular

Strong

Global Mindset

ˇ

Entrepreneurial Outlook

ˇ

Social Responsibility

ˇ

Emotional Intelligence

ˇ

Proactive Learning

ˇ

Skill Required Level Skill

No

Low

Some

Regular

Strong

Project Management

ˇ

Sales and Negotiation

ˇ

Team Management

ˇ

Strategic and Structured Thinking Skill

ˇ

Managing Partnership

ˇ

Coaching & Facilitation Skill

ˇ

Analytical Skill

ˇ

Benefits A. Skill Development ●

Gain in-depth understanding of Taiwan’s social issues

Gain advanced project management experience

Gain advanced sales skill in your term

Gain advanced strategic and structured think skill

B. Opportunities During Term ●

You can be MC CEED during the term

You can be international faci during the term

You can attend IC without delegate fee during the term

You can be the representative of Taiwan to attend international conference during the term


C. Future Career ●

Get involved in non-corporate area to understand the industry

Get involved in corporate area to understand the industry

Gain broad network with various stakeholders including multinational companies, international/national NGOs, universities/schools, outstanding individuals in CSR area.

MCVPICX role is crucial in the success of ICX in Taiwan. They are responsible for creating new and maintaining the national exchange partners, driving national strategies, and campaigns through training , support, media to increase our realizations through LCVP team.

MCVP ICX

Responsibility Exchange Growth ●

Coach LCVPs Corporate to reach their goals - deliver the education, deliver the leadership education

Motivation of the corporate area nationally

Deliver the education materials to the while corporate area in Taiwan

Exchange Management ●

Implement national strategies

Manage cooperation with different corporation to support the national raising of TNs

Manage international cooperation

Manage international promotion to support the national results

Manage information management within the area - MyAIESEC.net, DAAL files, salesforce.com

Ensure legal stability of the contracts, visa process flow and other needed documents

Account management support and implementation of the national strategies in this field


Measure of Success ●

% of exchange growth in MT and TT realizations

Number of cooperation with supporting organizations

Number of cooperation with other countries

Number of LCs reaching the goal

Number of teams reaching their goal

Number of national exchange partners

Number of re-raised TNs

Competencies Required Level GCM

No

Low

Some

Regular

Strong

Global Mindset

ˇ

Entrepreneurial Outlook

ˇ

Social Responsibility

ˇ

Emotional Intelligence

ˇ

Proactive Learning

ˇ

Skill Required Level Skill

No

Low

Some

Regular

Strong

Selling Skill

ˇ

X Process Knowledge

ˇ

Communication with Externals

ˇ

Project Management

ˇ

People Development

ˇ

Training Skill

ˇ

Presentation Skill

ˇ

MyAIESEC.net Knowledge

ˇ

Salesforce Knowledge

ˇ

Account Management

ˇ


Benefits A.

Skill Development

You will develop your leadership skills by leading the team of 15 LC VPs. In this function, you will develop your external focus by market research and looking for external opportunities for cooperation. You will develop your presentation skills and training skills by delivering the presentation in front of the companies and also by delivering training to the VP team. By leading the national projects, you will have the strong ability of organizing the projects nationally in the different LCs. B. Opportunities During Term You will have the opportunities to meet the externals, develop your organization skills, leadership skills. You will have the opportunity to communicate with abroad LCs. C. Future Career ●

Sales Management

Account Management

Project Management

Manager of the company

The main role of MCVP Finance is to ensure the bookkeeping process and the financial model set-up to stabilize MC and LCs’ financial status. Besides, the execution of the budget to supervise the performance of each department is also the main responsibility MCVPFN

MCVP FN

Responsibility ●

Practical accounting experience and technical expertise in bookkeeping

Analysis of the LC financial situation and provide financial advice to achieve financially sustainable

Measure the best portfolio for long term investment

Financial model set-up for exchange products

Compendium maintenance

Measure of Success ●

% of budget execution

% of the income coming from exchange program

Number of LCs being financial sustainable

Number of LCs achieve their financial goal


Competencies Required Level GCM

No

Low

Some

Regular

Global Mindset

Strong

ˇ

Entrepreneurial Outlook

ˇ

Social Responsibility

ˇ

Emotional Intelligence

ˇ

Proactive Learning

ˇ

Skill Required Level Skill

No

Low

Some

Regular

Presentation Skill

ˇ

Teamwork Ability

ˇ

Strategic Planning Ability

ˇ

English Ability

ˇ

Strong

Accounting

ˇ

Auditing

ˇ

Financial Management

ˇ

Budgeting and Planning

ˇ

Benefits A. Skill Development ●

Planning and budgeting skills

Practical accounting and bookkeeping skills

Analytical skills of financial situation

Strategic and risk management for investment

Strategic thinking, planning and execution in finance

Deep understanding of the organization and its realities

Nationally and internationally communication skill


B. Opportunities during the term ●

Interact and be advised by external accountants

Attend international conference to have more understandings about financial system from other countries

Directed by advisors about the financial system

Leadership development, Task Force Management

Intensive Teamwork Experience

C. Future Career ●

Investment banking

Finance manager

Corporate planning

Finance analyst

Cost and management accounting

Strategic business planning

The MCVP ER is the Leader and Master of Sales within AIESEC Taiwan. No matter the circumstances, the MCVP ER must deliver sustainable, innovative and proactive sales. One of the key lessons you’ll learn first is that our products do not “sell on their own”.

MCVP ER

Responsibility 1. Sales Sell National Products Outsource Elements of the AIESEC XP Ensure Sustainable Sales Leadership Pipeline within AIESEC Taiwan Utilize AI+Regional+MC+LC Network Use new leads/contacts, current business contacts, current partners/clients, Alumni 2. Account Management Deliver National Products (use MC/LC, OC, or outsource) Deliver Stakeholder Satisfaction Servicing and Ongoing Communication with All Current Partners/Clients Utilize AI+Regional+MC+LC Network


3. Product Development Refresh National and/or Local Product Portfolio Create New National and/or Local Products Utilize AI+Regional+MC+LC Network 4. Alumni Relations (Special Interest Area) Retain and Develop Relationship with AIESEC Alumni Club (AAC) Retain Current Alumni Relationships Develop/Diversify Current Alumni Relationships Acquire New Alumni Relationships

Measure of Success ●

Revenue generated for MC (key!)

Revenue generated for LC

# of Active AAC Members (key!)

# of Members Exposed to Partners/Clients

# of Members Educated/Trained through Outsourcing

# of LR Exposed to Partners/Clients

# of LR Educated/Trained through Outsourcing

# of X Exposed to Partners/Clients

# of X Educated/Trained through Outsourcing

# of X+LR Exposed to Partners/Clients (key!)

# of X+LR Educated/Trained through Outsourcing

Competencies Required Level GCM Global Mindset

No

Low

Some

Regular

ˇ

Entrepreneurial Outlook Social Responsibility

Strong

ˇ ˇ

Emotional Intelligence

ˇ

Proactive Learning

ˇ


Skill Required Level Skill

No

Low

Some

Regular

Strong

Selling Skill

ˇ

Communication with Externals

ˇ

Project Management

ˇ

Presentation Skill

ˇ

Negotiation Skill

ˇ

Problem Solving

ˇ

Strategic Management & Planning

ˇ

Training Skill

ˇ

Benefits A. Skill Development ●

Refresh and continue to improve your Sales and Networking skills all the time

Develop a strong solutions-oriented approach

Constantly challenged to improve personal, interpersonal and management skills

Learn to combine leadership and management

Build up multiple-stakeholder awareness, learn how to differentiate key stakeholders, develop and implement strategies to satisfy stakeholders in order to achieve goals

B. Opportunities During Term ●

Gain insight into both corporate and non-corporate sector

Network with senior management and key figures in society

Build up a horizontal and vertical network of personal contacts both within specific companies and across sectors

Participate/start regional or international sales strategies

Communicate and do business with Global Partners

Acquire cross-functional knowledge and skills


C. Future Career ●

MCP

AIESEC International

International work for Global Partner as MT/TT EP

Local work for Global Partner

Work for National Partner in various areas

The main role of MCVP Communication is to integrate and ensure proper both external and internal communication of organization, create and manage media relations on national level, support all of important events promotion of AIESEC Taiwan and to operate all communication channels. The last but not least,

MCVP Comm.

MCVP should be play an important role in taking

Responsibility ●

Members education about communication

Brand awareness of whole organization

X, Projects, events promotion strategic planning and execution

Recruitment promotion campaign

Meworks website update and promotion

Media relations on national level

Measure of Success ●

% of Plan Realization

% of members interested in AIESEC because of leadership or X

Number of media exposures

Number of organization which recognize us for Youth Leadership

Number of events concerning leadership or X we were invited to

Number of new companies approaching us actively


Competencies Required Level GCM

No

Low

Some

Regular

Global Mindset

ˇ

Entrepreneurial Outlook

ˇ

Strong

Social Responsibility

ˇ

Emotional Intelligence

ˇ

Proactive Learning

ˇ

Skill Required Level Skill

No

Low

Some

Regular

Leadership Ability

Strong

ˇ

Multi-tasking Ability

ˇ

Work under High Pressure

ˇ

Learning Ability

ˇ

Presentation Skill

ˇ

Teamwork Ability

ˇ

PR & Comm. Knowledge

ˇ

Basic Webpage Design

ˇ

Strategic Planning Ability

ˇ

English Ability

ˇ

Interview & News Writing

Benefits ●

Development in the area of Public Relations & Communication

Strategic management of the area and organization

Strategic thinking, planning and execution of promotion

Deep understanding of the organization and its realities

Nationally and internationally communication

Leadership development, Task Force Management

Network of contacts in business and international environment

ˇ


3. Full-time MC Working Terms & Conditions Working Guide ●

Full-time member needs to fulfill working time as below. Only the following situation can be exception with conditions: A) Males with military service duty can take minimum credits according to school’s rule. If the course should be taken during working time, salary will be decreased by hours. B) Females can’t take courses.

Every fulltime member can get salary $20,000 every month after tax. Members can get previous month’s salary by cash when the next month begin. The salary doesn’t include insurance.

Working day: Monday to Friday.

Working hour: In weekdays from 10:00 to 18:00, including one hour rest.

Official leave: If members leave office for business, members should inform MCP on regular meeting (ex.MMM). For sudden meeting, it should be enclosed 24 hours before.

Fulltime members have regular morning meeting from 10:00 to 12:00 on Mondays to check performance last week and set goals for the coming week.

Holidays ●

Official holidays are the same as public holidays. Members have to check government announcement by themselves.

Every fulltime member can take 14 holidays off in one year term. There are two kinds of personal holiday: half-day and full-day.

For half-day off, you can choose: - Absent in the morning and start working from 2-6 pm - Start working from 9 am – 1 pm, then absent in the afternoon

Members should get approved by VP TM one week before leaving. When VP TM approves the note and enclose to MC members, MCP should make announcement to AIESEC in Taiwan if it’s more than 1 weeks. If it is VPTM who wants to take off, MCP has to approve it.

Deferred Holidays 1. MC members can have one day off if they have meetings on weekend (both Saturday and Sunday). It’s needed to inform in regular meeting one week ago.


2. For the following meetings, fulltime members can apply for deferred holiday: ●

Member Committee Meeting

Local Committee President Meeting

Functional Meeting

Training Seminar which host by MC

LC visit (Including TFLC, SYLC, CKLC, WZLC and DHU)

SRB (can only apply for half day deferred holiday)

International Conference

3. Members who have deferred holidays should realize them within one month. If not, you have to give up holiday. Every time members realize deferred holidays, it must be only one day. (You can’t realize many deferred holidays in a row.)

Fine for being Absence ●

Any behavior not follow with rules above is taken as being absence.

For full-time member, being absence for every half hour will be fined from salary by 55NTD.

For all members, being late for every half hour in any required meeting will be fined by 55 NTD.


MC Recruitment Procedure 1. MCP Application Procedure Each applicant must (1) Submit their application form, answering ALL questions in English (2) Submit 3 endorsement letters from current/former MC member or LCP (1011 MC members and sub-com board can’t write endorsement for candidate) (3) Submit their 1112 MC proposed structure in English (4) Submit their CV in English • These 4 documents must be submitted to Roger Lo via ho-chieh.lo@aiesec.net and Julie Lin via hsiu_jung.lin@aiesec.net in a RAR file by GMT+8 23:59 Friday, 10th Dec., 2010. • The RAR file must be named as “1112MCP_Application_1st Round_(first name_last name).rar” (ex. “1112MCP_Application_1st Round_Roger_Lo.rar”) • You will receive a confirmation email upon submission of application. • MCP candidates can also apply for MC VP positions at the same time before deadline. Only when the MCP candidate loses in election the MC VP application will be submitted into selection process. Only the applicants who pass the subcommittee interview, becoming the official MCP candidates has to fill out the second part of the application, which is including the following. (1) National Plan (2) Big Idea (3) Executive Summary • You can find more explanation from “2011-2012 MCP Application Form”. • These 3 documents must be submitted to Roger Lo via ho-chieh.lo@aiesec.net and Julie Lin via hsiu_jung.lin@aiesec.net in a RAR file by GMT+8 23:59 Thursday, 30th Dec., 2010. • The RAR file must be named as “1112MCP_Application_2nd Round_(first name_last name).rar” (ex. “1112MCP_Application_2nd Round_Roger_Lo.rar”) • You will receive a confirmation email upon submission of application. • MCP candidates can also apply for MC VP positions at the same time before deadline. Only when the MCP candidate loses in election the MC VP application will be submitted into selection process.


Sub-com Procedure • Application packages submitted by deadline will be pre-screened by sub-com board first. Qualified applications will be announced on Monday, 13th December,2010 at AIESEC Taiwan Official Website (www.aiesec.org.tw). Only qualified applicants will go into sub-com procedure. • Sub-com procedure includes 1 interview on 18th or 19th December,2010. International applicant can join interview online by skype. All local applicants must join the interview physically at MC office. • Sub-com board is formed by current MCP, Roger Lo, and other 3 former MCPs or BoD members of AIESEC Taiwan. • Applicants who pass sub-com procedure will be officially candidates of 1112 MCP and go into election procedure.

Preparation for Election • Your application will be put in “AIESEC in Taiwan Official Wiki” after you pass the sub-com procedure. • Between December 20, 2010 and the beginning of wNCF on 21th January, 2011, forum on MyAIESEC.net will be open for general members to direct questions for candidates to answer. • All candidates are required to submit a 2-5 pages self introduction and manifesto to share their thoughts on their candidacy and future direction of AIESEC Taiwan before 23:59 Tuesday, 18th January, 2011 to hsiu_jung.lin @aiesec.net. They will be printed out and be distributed in wNCF 2011.

Election Procedure • MCP election will occur at winter National Conference from 21th January, 2011 to 25st January, 2011. Every MCP candidate must join the conference for entire 5 days physically. • The format of the elections will be as follow (1) Opening Speech includes Manifesto Presentation (2) Question and Answer/Debate (3) Open Question with Sub-com Board/ Members (4) Talent Show (5) Final Speech and Election • Votes include vote of confidence and final vote. Each candidate must get more than 1/2 LCs’ votes of confidence. The candidate who gets majority of credits in final vote will be 1112 MCP elect of AIESEC Taiwan.


2. MC VP Application Procedure • MC VP applicants can apply for 1-2 positions with priorities. • Each applicant must (1) Submit their application form, answering ALL questions in English (2) Submit their manifesto including at least vision, SWOT & bottleneck analysis, goal and strategies. It must be in English. If applicant applies for 2 positions, 2 manifestoes should be submitted. (3) Submit 3 endorsement letters from current/former MC member or LCEB (MC members who is on the position applicants apply can’t write endorsement for applicants) • These 3 documents must be submitted to Roger Lo via ho-chieh.lo@aiesec.net and Julie Lin via hsiu_jung.lin@aiesec.net in a RAR file by GMT+8 23:59 Friday, 28th January, 2011. • The RAR file must be named as “1112MCVP_Application_(position)_(first name_last name).rar” (ex. “1112MCVP_Application_OGX3T_Roger_Lo.rar” • You will receive a confirmation email upon submission of application • MCP candidates can also apply for MC VP positions at the same time by deadline. Only when the MCP candidate lose in election the MC VP application will be submitted into selection process automatically. • All the MCVP applicants must sign up for presentation in wNCF. Please refer to the next part for details.

Selection Procedure • Selection Procedure includes presentation in wNCF and 1 interview. • MC VP applicant presentation will occur on Monday, 24th January,2011 at wNCF. All the MCVP applicants must sign up for presentation in wNCF by sending the following information to hsiu_jung.lin@aiesec.net before 23:59 Friday, 21th January, 2011. (1) First name_last name (Chinese and English name) (2) Applied positions with 1-2 priorities (3) E-mail/Phone • The purpose of presentation is to let members know you deeper. There’s no limitation to the format. Applicants need to prepare 5 minutes presentation. All the files and logistic needs should be handed in to 1011 MCVP TM Julie Lin via hsiu_jung.lin@aiesec.net by 23:59 Saturday, 22th January,2011. • Interview will take place on Sunday, 30th January,2011 at MC office. Only international applicants and local applicants who are abroad for exchange/CEEDership can join the interview online. All other local applicants must join the interview physically at MC office.


• Only applicants who made presentation in wNCF and submitted application by deadline are qualified to go into interview. The interview list will be announced on Saturday, 29th January,2011 at AIESEC Taiwan Official Website.(www.aiesec.org.tw). • Selection board is formed by 1112 MCP elect and 1011 MC team. • Selected MC VP applicants will be announced by 1112 MCP elect after the interview.

Requirement for International Candidates • If you are selected, you will be required to attend 2011/4/30 ~ 2011/5/1 MC Take Over and 2011/5/7 ~ 2011/5/8 LCP Take Over. AIESEC Taiwan will provide some subsidy for you, and concrete amount will be decided afterward. • If you are selected, you will be also required to attend 7/2~7/7 summer national conference, including pre-meeting. AIESEC Taiwan will not provide subsidy, because you must arrive Taiwan before 2011/7/5, which is the first day of 2011-2012 term.

3. MC Recruitment Timeline

Any questions about MC recruitment procedure please refer to 1011 MCVP TM, Julie Lin via hsiu_jung.lin@aiesec.net =)


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