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AIESEC in Vietnam

+ A Fast Growing Entity AIESEC in Vietnam was established in 2006. For the past 7 years we have been facilitating youth leadership activities as well as international internships & volunteer experiences across Vietnam.

Matching Portal Match.aiesec.vn


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Vietnam: A pearl of Southest Asia Although many westerners still imagine Vietnam through the lens of war, it is in reality a country filled with captivating natural beauty and tranquil village life. Its islands and beaches are among the finest in all of Southeast Asia, and its cuisine is very possibly the most delicious you will ever find. Over two decades have passed since Vietnam was officially united, and in that time it has done a remarkable job of healing its wounds. Today, this gracious and graceful country is an outstanding destination for travel and business investment.

AIESEC Vietnam Stand

AIESEC Vietnam in the Network

We build united AIESEC in Vietnam recognised by its contribution to empowering young people to become leaders of the future.

AIESEC Vietnam has 7 years history of an intensive growth. This year we are ready to become 2 times bigger to deliver our promise to society, partners and members. In the term 12-13 we delivered 532 X.

We ensure the clarity of our purpose behind every single action. We are growth-oriented and customer-centric to leave a legacy of more and better experiences.

AIESEC Vietnam Recent Achievement Hosted successfully APXLDS 2011, APLS 2012 and chosen for IPM 2015 Leadership pipeline for global network – (Milena) AI 1314 BD manager, our MCP (Pawel) representing Asia in Global Steering Team and 2 MCPs to the network (Belgium, Vietnam) Vietnam – world position (2013): top 20 ranking for iGCDP, iGIP and oGCDP and rising in oGIP oGIP is in top 5 Countries in the world for Q4 2013 and Q1 2014 Vietnam – Asia-Pacific position (2012): oGCDP (9), iGCDP (7), oGIP (6), iGIP (6)

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In 2014-15 we strive for (2000). We are looking forward to have CY2CY partnerships to grow and co-deliver valuable experience together


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GIP Incoming Exchange GIP ICX Realization

TEACH (sub-product)

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Teaching and language education in education sector

GOAL 120

47 25

27

25

08/09

09/10

10/11

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41

11 07/08

11/12

12/13

13/14

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Profiles needed 

60 for sub-product TEACH, 60 for other sub-products Clear focus during saleswave, based on sustained sub-products. This year is characterised by developing the product strategy for our subproducts. Pilot and tap from new high potential TN pools within our reach. Matching optimization, focus on partnerships and CEM strategies.

Advanced Teaching Child (Youth) Education Foreign Languages Education Introductory Teaching Linguistics Subjects Education

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Native / excellent English speaker English speaking countries or WENA Generally: 2-9 months internships

Delivery    

NST for CY2CY partnerships: to deliver our promise in numbers and quality of the collaboration to our country partner and the matching of the EPs. CEM strategies: to have the mind-set of being customer-centric and therefore improve the service we deliver to our customers. Implemented NPS-system. Sub-product focus: to optimize the supply-demand ratio and therefore have a clear focus and specialisation. This allows us to meet the demands of our customers and create fair expectations for collaboration. Sustainable growth in TN supply: since the origin of the entity, it has proven to be able to utilize the country’s potential, by showing numerical growth or approximately comparable realizations. Jan Raise Match Realize Goal

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

-Education: 14 -Marketing 9 -IT 9

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

- Education: 30 -Marketing 26 -IT 12

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GCDP Incoming Exchange

GCDP ICX Realization Re

GOAL 350

247

252

11/12

12/13

69 21

1

5

07/08

08/09

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09/10

10/11

13/14

National Projects – Global Passport, Summer Camp. Research on issues for new national Project. NPO/NGO raises supported from National level. International relations EP LEAD

Usually “war” is the only word that comes to people’s mind when they hear about Vietnam, but fortunately war is over more than 38 years ago. Now Vietnam experiences fast economic growth and is in need of youth development to lead the country to a better future. Do you want to be part of it? Main issues:

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Cultural understandi ng 16%

Human rights ( and Health and Other lifestyle) 3% 5%

GCDP TN project issue

Literacy Children

Students

25%

Literacy 49% Leadership 33% 75%

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Literacy (Language literacy) Career development (leadership) Cultural understanding


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GCDP Incoming Exchange

Profiles needed       

Delivery

Native / excellent English speakers Presentation skills Teaching experience preferred Interested in self-development and development of others Proactive learners Diverse nationalities Committed to what they do

Challenging environment by your working experience

Airport pick up or guide how to get from airport to the city

Your personal development plan

Reflection and revaluation (feedback) space

Involvements with LC, possible CEED opportunity

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Trainings like orientation day, on-line trainings before internship  Welcome and Farewell parties

Trips and service

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Clarity in working process: clear role, schedule, performance tracking

Homestay/ hostel finding support

Reword and recognition system

Booklet & wiki with needed information send to EP not later than 5 days after matching, buddy assigned right after EP accepted and answer all emails within 24 hours.

Hot-line for urgent assistance http://bit.ly/hotlineVN

Reception and integration activities Usually VISA enquiry takes to 2 weeks to complete or can be completed after arrival at the airport Support in finding host family (or trainee house, hostel):

Supportive EP buddy

During interview intern can choose if he/she wants to stay in hostel or  with hostfamily. A hostel or a trainee house cost is about 200-280USD/month for fully-furnished room excluding food, electricity, water and transportation cost. Price is affordable according to VN prices. A host family can charge not more then 60$ from an EP for utilities. Food is not provided.

Facebook group for networking with current and previous interns https://www.facebook.com/groups/gc dpvninterns/

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

21

24

38

100

130

68

25

24

79

83

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Raise Match Realize

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Outgoing Exchange NATIONAL STRATEGIES

1. Leap Year for oGCDP For Last 6 years, every year we show almost 40% growth. In term 2014-15, AIESEC in Vietnam plans to show almost 4 times the usual growth (200%). 2. Specialized Units Strive to physically expand into new universities and deliver 150 Experiences. 3. Nationalized Online EP Recruitment Portal Virtually expanding into corners of Vietnam to give opportunities to every young person. Organized process with Podio management 4. AIESEC XP delivery Initiatives EP LEAD, Cultural Shock Preparation, Engagement Newsletters to ensure quality of EPs and have better expectation satisfactions. 5. CEM implementation To have the mind-set of being customer-centric and therefore improve the service we deliver to our customers. Implemented NPS-system.

PROCESS OF SELECTION Orientation Seminar

Assessment Center

Selection and Review Board

VIETNAMESE EP Characterstics Willing to undergoe international Experience, and act as Ambassadors.

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English PROFILES

Excellent Oral and Written Skills

Major Marketing Economics, and Business Administration

Level Undergraduate Graduates


600 500

500 400 300 205

200 151

115

100 2 1

0

39

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GCDP OGX

Central Eastern Europe

South East Asia     

Focus on Issue Specific Promotion Education, Summer Camp, Management, and Social Development Profiles Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines to be included in Promotion. Delivery timeline flexible from June to August. Experiences to be delivered in Summer: 250 (Potential of 20 Exchanges with Each Country)

Profile of EPs     

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Focus on Issue Specific Promotion Education, Summer Camp, Management, and Social Development Profiles Poland, Czech, Russia, Hungary, Turkey, Ukraine, Romania to be included in Promotion. Delivery timeline flexible from June to August Experiences to be delivered During Summer : 100

Requirement from TNs

English Communication – Excellent oral and written skills Passionate about International Exchange and willing to represent Country Most of the EPs are from Finance and Management background so possess Project Management experience Undergraduates Proactive

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Duration : 1.5-3 months Job Description: Project Management, Education, Teaching, Social Work and Environment Cultural Diversity and Good Living Conditions

Issues:

Cultural understanding, Career Development, Literacy, Environment PEAK Timeline | 14-15 Goal 900 Exchanges | Summer: 430 X | Winter : 238 X Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb

Raise Match Realize Total Re

3

0

40

144 183 107 16

2

34

78

83

77


120 100

100

80 60 40

39

20

16

20

16

19

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GIP OGX

JD-based Sub Products

Profile of EPs

Marketing  India, China, Indonesia, Turkey, Philippines to be included in promotion as products.  Delivery timeline flexible from May to September.  Experiences to be delivered During Summer : 30

Business Administration  India, China, Indonesia, Turkey, Philippines to be included in promotion as products.  Delivery timeline flexible from May to September.  Experiences to be delivered During Summer: 20 (Potential of 5 Exchanges with Each Country if partnerships are available)

Education  India, China, Indonesia, Turkey, Philippines to be included in promotion as products.  Delivery timeline flexible from May to September.  Experiences to be delivered During Summer : 17

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English Communication – Excellent Oral And Written Skills Passionate about International Exchange and Willing to represent Country Most of the EPs are from Finance and Management Background Graduates with good Academic background and Work Experience. Intense Selection Criteria to ensure knowledge about the Company and JD

Requirement from TNs Duration : 3-18 months Professional Challenging Environment Supporting Organization in International Marketing Education

PEAK Timeline | 14-15 Goal 185 Exchanges | Summer : 67 X Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb

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Raise Match Realize Total RE

4

6

12

20

16 19

19

17

19

22

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Vietnam: Decent Middle Class Lifestyle TRANSPORTATION

HOUSING

Taxi: 0.5USD/metre

Average Rent: 200USD/month

Motorbike taxi: 2USD/journey

ENTERTAINMENT

Bus: 0.1USD/journey FOOD

Cinema ticket: 1.5USD Beer: 0.5USD Swimming pool ticket: 0.75USD

Noodle soup: 1USD Lunch: 1-2USD Street coffee: 0.5USD

Bus to Cambodia: 10USD Flights to Singapore/Bangkok: 50USD

Bread: 0.2USD

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Pawel G贸rski

Duong Ho Thi Minh Linh Le

MCP pawel.gorski@aiesec.net +84120 4574 285 pwl_gorski

MCVP Finance duongmht@gmail.com +8493 5365 201 Chocolate.mia1005

Ustyna Hasiy

Tram Tran

Vy Le

MCVP iGCDP ustyna.hasiy@aiesec.net +841258246874 ustja.hasiy

MCVP MARCOM minhtram.tran@aiesec.net +84913 292 220 hal_shinta

BD Manager vyx.lei@aiesec.net +841262337650 vyx.lei

Hans Baetsen

Quynh Nguyen

MCVP BD hans.baetsen@aiesec.net +841208664257 hansbaetsen

BD Manager xuanquynh.nguyen@aiesec.net +841669092424 xuanquynh92

Akshay Sharma

Tram Tran

MCVP OGX akshay.sharma19@aiesec.net +841227678945 akshaysharma.india

MCP Elect 2014-15 minhtram.tran@aiesec.net +84913 292 220 hal_shinta

Danh Nguyen MCVP OD danh.nguyen@aiesec.net +84902 856 997 danhnguyen.aiesec

Chief Delegate APC 2014 10

BD Manager thuylinh.le@aiesec.net +841266623017 linhle1606


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