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EXCHANGE PROGRAM POLICIES v1.6 – Adopted at International President’s Meeting 2011 in Mexico

TN Organization Document 1. Definitions 1.1. An AIESEC internship is a practical working and learning experience for the intern to develop academic knowledge and professional skills in a foreign cultural environment.   An internship shall have a minimum duration of six (6) weeks to be spent working and maximum duration of seventy-eight (78) weeks. 1.2. An internship must aim to provide the intern with: a) A positive learning experience; b) Practical skills and knowledge in a foreign environment to complement the intern’s higher educational background or field of career aspirations; c) Interaction with a different social and cultural environment with a view to gaining intercultural competencies; d) Development of theoretical and practical leadership skills; e) Opportunity to apply personal and professional skills, knowledge, attitudes and values to work for the organization as well as the host communities; f) Develop awareness and knowledge of social issues and different practices of the sending and hosting country; g) Opportunity to contribute to personal and professional life goals. 1.3. The internship cannot aim to: a) Solely provide an opportunity for the intern to earn money; b) Provide a holiday; c) Act as a permanent career placement or recruitment opportunity. If the organization decides to extend the internship on a permanent basis, AIESEC will have no role in facilitating this; d) Provide permanent residence in the country of internship; e) Be an internal AIESEC leadership position. 1.4. All internships facilitated by AIESEC should fulfill the conditions set in the national and local labor regulations that are in force in the country and in the local area where the internship has place. In case of any difference or contradiction between the referred rules, it shall prevail the regulation which offers more benefits to the Intern. 1.5. For the purpose of this document we understand: Intern or Exchange Participant (EP) – AIESEC members participating in the internship (exchange) program and going through all stages of the internship process. Organization (TN Taker) – A corporate, non-governmental or governmental entity hosting an intern during internship program. Local Committee (LC) – Any local headquarter formally recognized as such by AIESEC International. A LC can send its members abroad or receive interns.

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Sending AIESEC Entity – official local chapter of AIESEC which carried out the selection process of an intern, uploaded its form to MyAIESEC.net, and is or was responsible for its preparation, matching, and reintegration. Hosting AIESEC Entity – The official local committee or national body of AIESEC that carries out the internship (Exchange) Program with an Organization by uploading the internship exchange form to MyAIESEC.net, matching the internship, and organizing the intern’s reception and integration. Member Committee (MC) – Any national headquarter formally recognized as such by AIESEC International. The Member Committee is the final responsible regarding the activities of any of its Local Committees. Sponsor Member or Sponsoring Country - A sponsor member is the Member Committee which is supporting the extension of AIESEC to a new country or territory AIESEC International (AI) – Foundation administered by the Management Board of Stichting AIESEC International, having it’s official office located at 126 Teilingerstraat, NL-3032 AW Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Internship Pools Definition 1.6. Internships (TNs) should be classified into pools based on the job description they offer and not the Organization type or Salary size. Interns (EPs) should be classified into pools based on the job descriptions they have the highest interest in and on their ability to fulfill the academic and working backgrounds required by those job descriptions. 1.7. The definition of the internship pools are as follows: a) A Development internship (also known as DT: Development Traineeship) is based on areas related to community development issues. Community development seeks to empower individuals or groups of people by providing these groups with the skills they need to affect change in their own communities or creating direct impact on community (E.g.: cultural education for students to increase cross cultural awareness and understanding). A DT Intern must be motivated and prepared to work in the field of development and cannot be matched just on the basis of fulfilling the academic and working background requirements of the organization. b) Education Internships An Education internship (a.k.a. ET: Education Traineeship) is one in which the job description involves the majority of time being spent teaching certain language or subject with objective of transferring knowledge for academic purpose. The Intern must have the academic and working backgrounds in the field of education or training. (E.g. cultural education for students who are in the field of studying cultures, teaching management subjects ) c) Management Internships A Management internship (a.k.a. MT: Management Traineeship) is one in which the Intern spends the majority of their time working in areas related to management. These areas may include business, administration, finance, accounting, marketing, project management, organizational management or human resources, life or medial sciences, law etc. d) Technical Internships A Technical internship (a.k.a. TT: Technical Traineeship) must be based on work in areas related to

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information technology or engineering. The Intern spends majority of his/her time in one or more of these areas: web development and management, software development and programming, system analysis and design, network management, database management and engineering.

2. General Policies 2.1(TN) The Organization has a right to participate in the AIESEC Exchange program after: a) Its representative has signed all required documents including a contract between the AIESEC Hosting entity and the Organization, as well as agreed to follow the Exchange Program Policies; b) Its representative has completed, with the support of AIESEC, all the necessary details of the internship according to Job Questionnaire template (Appendix A); c) The Organization paid the necessary participation fees to the AIESEC Hosting Entity.

2.2(TN) The Organization may not participate in AIESEC’s Exchange program (or will be withdrawn from it) if: a) It cannot meet the Exchange Program Policies due to whatever reason (i.e. the organization cannot provide proper working place, sufficient salary, or employees cannot communicate with an Intern, etc.) b) It has been previously recognized by an authoritative AIESEC entity as having previously broken the Exchange Program Policies. In this case participation should be agreed-upon with relevant AIESEC entity.

2.3(TN) The Organization has a right to: a) Demand support and guidance from the AIESEC Hosting entity at any stage of AIESEC Internship program; b) Select an intern according to procedure described in this policy and its own selection criteria and procedure, provided they are mentioned in Job Questionnaire and TN form; c) Demand that the Intern perform the full extent of requirements and duties stated in the Job Description, ,Job Questionnaire, TN form and this policy; d) Receive support from AIESEC in dispute resolution in cases where there are complaints against Intern: If the Intern is violating any policy stated in this document, is breaking any internal corporate code of conduct, or any other ethical/religious/cultural norm etc. e) Receive a replacement Intern under the conditions stated in this policy, or if this proves to be unreasonable or impossible, to receive financial compensation;

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2.4(TN) The Organization is responsible: a) To provide a Job Description for Intern that corresponds to AIESEC Internship Definition and signed Job Questionnaire. Job Role should not put the Interns life at risk. 1

b) To provide a sufficient salary that will allow the Intern to live in the country and cover their basic expenses including accommodation, food, transportation and basic reception activities for the duration of their internship. The organization may provide this compensation in non-monetary format (such as offering lodging an food instead of a salary) provided this is indicated clearly in the signed Job Questionnaire. The salary must at minimum, correspond to the local minimum wage. The salary is not intended to cover travel, tourist holiday expenses, or subsidize a lifestyle above that of the average graduate entry-level position. c) To ensure that the intern is legally qualified to work in the offered internship (Legal residency requirements and labor law exigencies). d) To provide adequate working conditions (which may include personal workspace and required basic working tools) according to signed Job Questionnaire, guidance and training for the intern to achieve the objectives agreed-upon. In all cases, the Organization is the sole responsible for any damage or lost of any working material (as laptop, camera, cellphone, etc) unless otherwise agreed-upon privately with the intern. e) To provide an adequate corporate environment to ensure the Intern is not being discriminated by color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, origin, age, or where they would be sexually harassed. f) To designate one representative in the organization as responsible for the matching process (accepting/rejecting candidates) and subsequently supporting the Intern for the duration of the internship.

2.5(TN) AIESEC Sending and Hosting Entities are responsible to: a) Fulfill any and all private agreements with Interns and Organization relating to responsibilities of one party to another; b) Provide corresponding support and guidance to Interns and Organizations at any stage of the AIESEC Exchange Program (Selection, Accepting, Realization of Internship, Evaluation) and during any complaint procedure; c) Represent their stakeholders (Intern or Organization) at any stage of AIESEC Exchange Program; d) Ensure that their stakeholders follow these policies and fulfill their responsibilities. AIESEC Entities are also responsible to act in a way their stakeholders are able to follow these policies. e) To follow the Privacy Policy of MyAIESEC.net and refrain from exporting information about Interns/Organizations to other platforms.

2.6(TN) Intern and Organization should also consider that: AIESEC International, AIESEC sending and hosting entities may only be held liable for their personal respective responsibilities as described in these policies. In particular, AIESEC International, AIESEC sending and hosting entities shall never be held liable: a) In case of refusal from the authorities to provide a visa, work permit or any other legal document or authorization needed by the individual to participate in the internship b) In case of false, inaccurate or incorrect information provided by the Intern or the Organization resulting in the match/internship c) In case of accident incurred by the Intern during the internship d) In case of damages caused by the Intern to the Organization or to any third party during the internship e) In case of damages or lose of any working material (as laptop, camera, cellphone, etc) provided to the

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Intern by the Organization for work purposes. f) For any consequential or indirect damages, including loss of income or profits. g) Where the failure to fulfill their obligations has been caused by circumstances beyond their control. 2.7(TN) AIESEC Sending and Hosting Entities have a right: a) To demand from the Interns and/or Organizations that they follow their responsibilities and duties mentioned in this document; b) To remove and exclude an Intern or Organization from the Exchange Program in cases where they have violated any Exchange Program Policy c) Not to be held liable for the cases and conditions mentioned in 2.6(TN) section correspondingly;

3. Selection Policies: 3.1(TN) Organization has a right to: a) Select an Intern among the candidates who have accepted particular Internship (sent an official Acceptance Note). EP form of such candidates should be presented to this organization by Hosting AISEC Entity. Accepting of Internship automatically means this candidate is guaranteed as available for particular internship during next 10 days(period of Acceptance Note validity) b) Receive complete information about the candidate, including the candidate’s EP form, letter of motivation and other information as requested (telephone interview, detailed CV/resume, photos, academic transcripts or certificates, etc.) within reasonable limits. The information requested must also abide with the legal regulations of the country where organization is placed. c) Contact the candidate directly for the interview or fulfillment of any other selection criteria; 3.2(TN) Organization is responsible: a) To give a response regarding the suitability of any candidate or next selection stages in the period not exceed 10 continuous days from the date Intern has accepted particular internship, unless, candidate agrees to continue this period. If a selection process takes place, the rules and deadlines of each stage must be communicated to the candidate in advance. b) To consider a candidate can refuse to participate in selection process without any consequences after Acceptance Note is no longer valid and If the candidate has not agreed to continue its validity period. c) To provide feedback to AIESEC about all the candidates, If the organization rejects more than three candidates that fulfill all the criteria set as requested in the Job Questionnaire. d) To review its criteria for selection with the AIESEC representative If the organization rejects more than three candidates that fulfill all the criteria set as requested in the Job Questionnaire and does not provide a sufficient feedback on those candidates. At this point, AIESEC can determine whether the organization should continue to participate in the program.

4. Matching Policies 4.1(TN) The Organization has a right (Hosting AIESEC Entity is responsible):

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a) To have all the process of candidates searching conducted by AIESEC Hosting Entity that is responsible for this process; b) To have a login created for them and access to Partnership Menu in MyAIESEC.net.

5. Acceptance Policies 5.1(TN) Before final acceptance of Intern, the Organization has a right: a) To request a supplementary signed work contract from the Intern which is in conformity with the labor laws of the host country. Provided contract does not change the working conditions indicated on Job Questionnaire. b) To request another Intern from the same AIESEC entity, If previous one rejected and internship after being accepted by the organization. 5.2(TN) Organization is responsible (AIESEC Entity and Intern can require): a) To make sure together with AIESEC Entity that the candidate for the internship would be able to leave and return to the home country independently, and they also must verify the candidate would be able to work in an AIESEC internship legally in the country organization is placed. b) To sign official Acceptance Note as a prove of final selection of particular candidate;

6. Post-Selection Policies 6.1 (TN) Organization has a right: a) To get a copy of Intern’s passport details within (one) 1 week in case a request for a passport has been initiated with the government officials on the moment of sending Intern’s Acceptance note and If the other timeline was not agreed with the hosting AIESEC entity or Organization. An EP Acceptance Note may be deemed invalid if this standard is not met. b) To have all the expenses (delivery of invitation, government fee, visa cost etc.) covered by AIESEC Entity and Intern. c) To expect from Intern to submit the visa application in a period up to two (2) weeks after getting all the documents mentioned in 6.3a(TN) policy and If the other timeline was not agreed with the hosting entity or TN. The intern has to keep in touch with hosting entity and provide regular 6.2(TN) Organization is responsible (AIESEC Entity and Intern can require): a) To provide within two (2) weeks all the necessary documents to Intern directly or thought AIESEC Hosting Entity (including the written invitation) required for application for visa/work permit or If 2 weeks are insufficient, the Intern should be informed and agree with the timeline for provision of any required documents.

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6.3(TN) An Intern has a right to break a match or end his/her internship, after prior written notification to the Hosting LC, without financial penalties only in any of the following circumstances: Circumstance Additional Policies a) The intern hasn’t received all the necessary documents from the Hosting LC (including invitation) within two (2) weeks required for application for visa/work permit; If 2 weeks were insufficient, the Intern was not informed of the timeline for provision of any required documents. b) In a case where the 6.1c(TN) standard is met by the intern but a delay was caused by third party (for instance, the visa office) and this delay fundamentally changes the conditions of the internship (including significant changes in the job description or internship start date). An intern may be ask to provide proof in order to validate the claim and break a match without penalty. c) The Intern has an emergency in his/her family. The Intern may be requested to provide proof of emergency. After breaking a match due to family emergency the intern is not allowed to put an EP form on “Available” or raise new EP form on myaiesec.net for the next 6 weeks. d) The Intern does not have an official working/living permit in the country of internship upon arrival. e) The Intern becomes ill and the situation can be dangerous for his/her health. f) The Intern is in danger since the area where he/she works has been formally declared in emergency due to war, natural disasters, weather, people revolution, terrorism attacks, etc g) The internship job is completely different to the description in the TN form on MyAIESEC.net and the Intern did not agree to the change. The intern is expected to try to resolve the issue first with the Organization and Hosting Entity, only after that to bring the case to higher level (ICB). The Hosting Entity is expected to present the JD is the most appropriate way, not to mislead in terms of the intern’s duties h) The Intern is discriminated by color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, origin, or age at his work place. i) The Intern is sexually harassed at their work place. The intern is entitled to an immediate and automatic 3 days off work if this case occurs in order to give time for AIESEC to sort out the claim. The Hosting Entity is obliged to react immediately to inform the Organization and authorities. The match may be broken immediately if the authorities confirm the sexual harassment case. j) The organization does not provide the basic work conditions or any main benefit offered to the Intern in the TN form on MyAIESEC.net for one month and the Intern did not agree to the

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6.4(TN) Under sections a) and b) of the policy 6.3(TN) no financial penalties can be claimed from any party.

6.5 (TN) Under sections sections c, d, e, f of the policy 6.3(TN) Intern is responsible for his/her travel expenses.

6.6(TN) Under sections g, h, i, j or k of the policy 6.3(TN) organization may be asked by Hosting Entity to compensate full travel expenses of Intern to and from the host country and other additional expenses of Intern caused by violation of those policies by Organization. Compensation may happen only after Intern’s request.

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abolition. The basic work conditions or benefits referred above must be of a nature that their abolition reasonably makes impossible or too difficult the Interns job or life conditions in order for a broken match to be validated. The Intern is expected to make certain preliminary steps to resolve the issue, including contacting the Hosting AIESEC Entity and actively participating in negotiations with the Organization to resolve any issues. k) The organization does not pay for two consecutive months the corresponding salary to the Intern. However, Intern still has a right to get the owed salary from the Organization in case of a broken match.

6.7(TN) An organization may terminate an Intern’s employment and break a match prior to its official end date after written notification to the Hosting AIESEC Entity, under the following circumstances: Reasons of termination a) The Intern has falsified information related to his work experience, academic background or language proficiency, and is unable to fulfill his internship job role as specified in the TN form. b) If the Intern is breaking a law of the hosting country or is continuously breaking internal regulations of the organization despite being aware of them.

Additional Policies 6.8(TN) Under sections 6.7a and 6.7b, the organization may request a new Intern to replace the original Intern. The relevant AIESEC entity is then responsible to find a suitable Intern within 2 months. This period may be extended upon mutual written agreement between the Organization and Sending AIESEC entity. The Sending AIESEC entity must submit a minimum of 3 suitable candidates that reasonably fulfill the criteria of the TN form. If Organization rejects the Interns, the Sending AIESEC entity is under no further obligation to the Organization. If no suitable Interns can be found within the timeframe, the Sending LC may be asked to pay up to 50% of the Exchange program fee (TN fee) paid by organization before or other expenses incurred on the Intern by organization, the amount can be scrutinized or considered for reimbursement during complaint procedures. The compensation is only paid upon the request of the Organization and can be charged from Intern. The Intern is responsible for the travel expenses to and back from the country of internship. The Intern is not allowed to participate in another AIESEC internship.

c) The organization is within the labor laws of the Host Country to end the internship early. The AIESEC

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Hosting Entity shall be required to negotiate directly with the Organization in cases that the Intern doubts the validity of this condition.

7. Preparation Policies 7.1(TN) The Organization has a right: a) To have all preparation services delivered to the Intern by the Sending Entity (culturl, logistics and other needed preparation, 7.2(TN) The Organization is responsible: a) To provide any additional information that the Intern would reasonably need to know before arriving, such as working preparation, specific labor law requirements, knowledge about the Organization itself, corporate culture and norms, dress code etc. b) To participate in activities (sessions/seminars) organized by the Hosting AIESEC Entity in terms of prearrival preparation

8. Integration and Reception Policies 8.1(TN) The Organization has a right: a) To demand that all reasonable cultural, logistical, and integration matters be taken care of by the AIESEC Hosting Entity. 8.2(TN) The Organization is responsible: a) To assign one representative in the organization as responsible for the intern’s workplace integration, so he/she may integrate as best as possible into the new working environment. b) To set expectations with the intern regarding expectations of the internship job role prior to the arrival of the intern. c) To provide any additional information that Intern will needs to know during the whole period of internship in terms of working and fulfilling Job Description; d) To provide performance-related feedback on intern’s performance on a regular basis throughout the internship

1. Definitions 1.8. An AIESEC internship is a practical working and learning experience for the intern to develop academic knowledge and professional skills in a foreign cultural environment.   An internship shall have a minimum duration of six (6) weeks to be spent working and maximum duration of seventy-eight (78) weeks. 1.9. An internship must aim to provide the intern with: h) A positive learning experience; i) Practical skills and knowledge in a foreign environment to complement the intern’s higher educational background or field of career aspirations; j) Interaction with a different social and cultural environment with a view to gaining intercultural

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competencies; k) Development of theoretical and practical leadership skills; l) Opportunity to apply personal and professional skills, knowledge, attitudes and values to work for the organization as well as the host communities; m) Develop awareness and knowledge of social issues and different practices of the sending and hosting country; n) Opportunity to contribute to personal and professional life goals. 1.10.

The internship cannot aim to:

f) Solely provide an opportunity for the intern to earn money; g) Provide a holiday; h) Act as a permanent career placement or recruitment opportunity. If the organization decides to extend the internship on a permanent basis, AIESEC will have no role in facilitating this; i) Provide permanent residence in the country of internship; j) Be an internal AIESEC leadership position. 1.11. All internships facilitated by AIESEC should fulfill the conditions set in the national and local labor regulations that are in force in the country and in the local area where the internship has place. In case of any difference or contradiction between the referred rules, it shall prevail the regulation which offers more benefits to the Intern. 1.12.

For the purpose of this document we understand:

Intern or Exchange Participant (EP) – AIESEC members participating in the internship (exchange) program and going through all stages of the internship process. Organization (TN Taker) – A corporate, non-governmental or governmental entity hosting an intern during internship program. Local Committee (LC) – Any local headquarter formally recognized as such by AIESEC International. A LC can send its members abroad or receive interns. Sending AIESEC Entity – official local chapter of AIESEC which carried out the selection process of an intern, uploaded its form to MyAIESEC.net, and is or was responsible for its preparation, matching, and reintegration. Hosting AIESEC Entity – The official local committee or national body of AIESEC that carries out the internship (Exchange) Program with an Organization by uploading the internship exchange form to MyAIESEC.net, matching the internship, and organizing the intern’s reception and integration. Member Committee (MC) – Any national headquarter formally recognized as such by AIESEC International. The Member Committee is the final responsible regarding the activities of any of its Local Committees. Sponsor Member or Sponsoring Country - A sponsor member is the Member Committee which is supporting the extension of AIESEC to a new country or territory AIESEC International (AI) – Foundation administered by the Management Board of Stichting AIESEC International, having it’s official office located at 126 Teilingerstraat, NL-3032 AW Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Internship Pools Definition 1.13. Internships (TNs) should be classified into pools based on the job description they offer and not the Organization type or Salary size. Interns (EPs) should be classified into pools based on the job descriptions they have the highest interest in and on their ability to fulfill the academic and working backgrounds required

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by those job descriptions. 1.14.

The definition of the internship pools are as follows:

e) A Development internship (also known as DT: Development Traineeship) is based on areas related to community development issues. Community development seeks to empower individuals or groups of people by providing these groups with the skills they need to affect change in their own communities or creating direct impact on community (E.g.: cultural education for students to increase cross cultural awareness and understanding). A DT Intern must be motivated and prepared to work in the field of development and cannot be matched just on the basis of fulfilling the academic and working background requirements of the organization. f)

Education Internships An Education internship (a.k.a. ET: Education Traineeship) is one in which the job description involves the majority of time being spent teaching certain language or subject with objective of transferring knowledge for academic purpose. The Intern must have the academic and working backgrounds in the field of education or training. (E.g. cultural education for students who are in the field of studying cultures, teaching management subjects )

g) Management Internships A Management internship (a.k.a. MT: Management Traineeship) is one in which the Intern spends the majority of their time working in areas related to management. These areas may include business, administration, finance, accounting, marketing, project management, organizational management or human resources, life or medial sciences, law etc. h) Technical Internships A Technical internship (a.k.a. TT: Technical Traineeship) must be based on work in areas related to information technology or engineering. The Intern spends majority of his/her time in one or more of these areas: web development and management, software development and programming, system analysis and design, network management, database management and engineering.

2. General Policies 2.1(TN) The Organization has a right to participate in the AIESEC Exchange program after: d) Its representative has signed all required documents including a contract between the AIESEC Hosting entity and the Organization, as well as agreed to follow the Exchange Program Policies; e) Its representative has completed, with the support of AIESEC, all the necessary details of the internship according to Job Questionnaire template (Appendix A); f)

The Organization paid the necessary participation fees to the AIESEC Hosting Entity.

2.2(TN) The Organization may not participate in AIESEC’s Exchange program (or will be withdrawn from it) if:

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c) It cannot meet the Exchange Program Policies due to whatever reason (i.e. the organization cannot provide proper working place, sufficient salary, or employees cannot communicate with an Intern, etc.) d) It has been previously recognized by an authoritative AIESEC entity as having previously broken the Exchange Program Policies. In this case participation should be agreed-upon with relevant AIESEC entity.

2.3(TN) The Organization has a right to: f) Demand support and guidance from the AIESEC Hosting entity at any stage of AIESEC Internship program; g) Select an intern according to procedure described in this policy and its own selection criteria and procedure, provided they are mentioned in Job Questionnaire and TN form; h) Demand that the Intern perform the full extent of requirements and duties stated in the Job Description, ,Job Questionnaire, TN form and this policy; i)

Receive support from AIESEC in dispute resolution in cases where there are complaints against Intern: If the Intern is violating any policy stated in this document, is breaking any internal corporate code of conduct, or any other ethical/religious/cultural norm etc.

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Receive a replacement Intern under the conditions stated in this policy, or if this proves to be unreasonable or impossible, to receive financial compensation;

2.4(TN) The Organization is responsible: g) To provide a Job Description for Intern that corresponds to AIESEC Internship Definition and signed Job Questionnaire. Job Role should not put the Interns life at risk. 1

h) To provide a sufficient salary that will allow the Intern to live in the country and cover their basic expenses including accommodation, food, transportation and basic reception activities for the duration of their internship. The organization may provide this compensation in non-monetary format (such as offering lodging an food instead of a salary) provided this is indicated clearly in the signed Job Questionnaire. The salary must at minimum, correspond to the local minimum wage. The salary is not intended to cover travel, tourist holiday expenses, or subsidize a lifestyle above that of the average graduate entry-level position. i) To ensure that the intern is legally qualified to work in the offered internship (Legal residency requirements and labor law exigencies). j) To provide adequate working conditions (which may include personal workspace and required basic working tools) according to signed Job Questionnaire, guidance and training for the intern to achieve the objectives agreed-upon. In all cases, the Organization is the sole responsible for any damage or lost of any working material (as laptop, camera, cellphone, etc) unless otherwise agreed-upon privately with the intern. k) To provide an adequate corporate environment to ensure the Intern is not being discriminated by color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, origin, age, or where they would be sexually harassed. l) To designate one representative in the organization as responsible for the matching process (accepting/rejecting candidates) and subsequently supporting the Intern for the duration of the internship.

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2.5(TN) AIESEC Sending and Hosting Entities are responsible to: f) Fulfill any and all private agreements with Interns and Organization relating to responsibilities of one party to another; g) Provide corresponding support and guidance to Interns and Organizations at any stage of the AIESEC Exchange Program (Selection, Accepting, Realization of Internship, Evaluation) and during any complaint procedure; h) Represent their stakeholders (Intern or Organization) at any stage of AIESEC Exchange Program; i) Ensure that their stakeholders follow these policies and fulfill their responsibilities. AIESEC Entities are also responsible to act in a way their stakeholders are able to follow these policies. j) To follow the Privacy Policy of MyAIESEC.net and refrain from exporting information about Interns/Organizations to other platforms.

2.6(TN) Intern and Organization should also consider that: AIESEC International, AIESEC sending and hosting entities may only be held liable for their personal respective responsibilities as described in these policies. In particular, AIESEC International, AIESEC sending and hosting entities shall never be held liable: h) In case of refusal from the authorities to provide a visa, work permit or any other legal document or authorization needed by the individual to participate in the internship i) In case of false, inaccurate or incorrect information provided by the Intern or the Organization resulting in the match/internship j) In case of accident incurred by the Intern during the internship k) In case of damages caused by the Intern to the Organization or to any third party during the internship l) In case of damages or lose of any working material (as laptop, camera, cellphone, etc) provided to the Intern by the Organization for work purposes. m) For any consequential or indirect damages, including loss of income or profits. n) Where the failure to fulfill their obligations has been caused by circumstances beyond their control. 2.7(TN) AIESEC Sending and Hosting Entities have a right: d) To demand from the Interns and/or Organizations that they follow their responsibilities and duties mentioned in this document; e) To remove and exclude an Intern or Organization from the Exchange Program in cases where they have violated any Exchange Program Policy f) Not to be held liable for the cases and conditions mentioned in 2.6(TN) section correspondingly;

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