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AIESEC in Indonesia Profile


Indonesia the Archipelago Country The Republic of Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world comprising 17,504 large and small tropical islands fringed with white sandy beaches, many still uninhabited and a number even still unnamed. Straddling the equator, situated between the continents of Asia and Australia and between the Pacific and the Indian Oceans, it is as wide as the United States from San Francisco to New York, equaling the distance between London and Moscow. Indonesia has a total population of more than 215 million people from more than 200 ethnic groups. The national language is Bahasa Indonesia. Among the most well known islands are Sumatra, Java, Bali, Kalimantan (formerly Borneo), Sulawesi (formerly Celebes), the Maluku Islands (or better known as Moluccas, the original Spice Islands) and Papua. Then, there is Bali “the world’s best island resort� Culturally, Indonesia fascinates with her rich diversity of ancient temples, music, ranging from the traditional to modern pop, dances, rituals and ways of life, changing from island to island, from region to region. Yet everywhere the visitor feels welcomed with that warm, gracious innate friendliness of the Indonesian people that is not easily forgotten Indonesia wildlife ranges from the prehistoric giant Komodo lizard to the Orang Utan and the Java rhino, to the Sulawesi anoa dwarf buffalos, to birds with exquisite plumage like the cockatoo and the bird of paradise. Indonesia is culturally diverse country with rich natural beauty that will astonished you. Visit Indonesia and experience its unique diversity and cultures

VISIT INDONESIA


Jakarta

Semarang

Jakarta is the capital and largest city of Indonesia. Located on the northwest coast of Java,Jakarta is the Indonesia's cultural and political centre. It is the most populous city in Indonesia and in Southeast Asia

Semarang is the capital of the province of Central Java. The city are famous for its dutch colonial buildings and mixed with ancient chinese cultures. Semarang is a port city

AIESEC are present in LC UI and LC expansion Binus

AIESEC is present in LC Universitas Diponegoro

Padang

Malang

Padang is the capital and largest city of West Sumatra, Indonesia. It is located on the western coast of Sumatra. Padang is a common transit point for surfers traveling. Padang restaurants are common throughout the country and are famous for their spicy food.

Malang is the second largest city in East Java province, Indonesia. As a centre of tourism, Malang has various places of interest which can be classified into local, regional, national and international standards, Malang is famous for its recreation area

AIESEC is present in LC Universitas Andalas

AIESEC is present in LC Universitas Brawijaya

Bandung

Surabaya

Bandung is the capital of West Java province in Indonesia, and the country's third largest city, and 2nd largest metropolitan area in Indonesia. The city lies in a river basin surrounded by volcanic mountains

S u r a b a y a i s Indonesia's second-largest city as the main seaport and commercial center in the eastern region of Indonesia, Surabaya has become one of the largest cities in Southeast Asia.

AIESEC in Bandung is a city based present more than 5 universities

AIESEC in Surabaya is a city based LC, present in more than 4 universities

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Introduction to AIESEC AIESEC in Indonesia Our National Board of Advisor Irvandi Ferizal (HR Director of Nokia Siemens Network) Matthew Sinder (Senior Vice President Business Development of PARA Group) Shanti L. Poespoesoetjipto (Chairman of Samudera Indonesia) Toersten Kuelzen (President Director Coca Cola Indonesia) AIESEC indonesia in Number Since 1984 8 Cities 15 Universities 800 members 700 International Exchange 250 Leadership Opportunities 600 partners and sponsors 16 Conferences 10,000 alumni

AIESEC Indenesia established in 1984 at Avignon, France. Since then, AIESEC Indonesia had been a platform for Indonesian youth to develop their leadership through practical and unique experiences AIESEC Indonesia exist in 8 cities and 17 universities: AIESEC Local Committee Bandung ( ITB, UNPAR, UNPAD, ITT Telkom, Politeknik Bandung) AIESEC Local Committee Surabaya (ITS, UBAYA, UC, UNAIR) AIESEC Local Committee Universitas Andalas, Padang AIESEC Local Committee Universitas Brawijaya, Malang AIESEC Local Committee Universitas Diponegoro, Semarang AIESEC Local Commitee Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta AIESEC Expansion Institut Pertanian Bogor AIESEC Expansion Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta AIESEC Expansion Universitas Gadjah Mada, Jogjakarta AIESEC Expansion Universitas Pembangunan Negara Veteran Jogjakarta

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Achievements Top 10 Global Top 5 Asia Pacific No 1 in South East Asia

Leadership

731 254

Members

828

Exchange

Completing AIESEC experience Quality of AIESEC Experience

66 76.66 % 4


PHOENIX TEAM AIESEC Indonesia 2011-2012

President Firnando Buenyre Sirait firnando.sirait@aiesec.net MCVP ICX Corporate Deepvansh Khurana deepvansh,khurana@aiesec.net

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MCVP ICX Non Corporate Sherry Ramadhani

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sherry.ramadhani@aiesec.net

MCVP OGX Andhina Dwi Kanti andhina.kanti@aiesec.net MCVP Finance Dea Gendyna dea.gendyna@aiesec.net MCVP Communication Almira Dea Rezkitha almira.rezkitha@aiesec.net

deepvansh

Dea R

Sherry

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MCVP External Relations Riska Devi riska.devi@aiesec.net

camilo

MCVP LC Development Camilo A. Cupitre Aldana camilo.cupitre@aiesec.net

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Target TN: 200 TN nationally What is the project about? Social Entrepreneurship (Indonesia BISA) is one of national initiative of AIESEC Indonesia, covering incoming exchange with the aim of delivering double issue. Huge project is project based on exchange that implement in a half year. All of LCs have the same concept and will be held in the same time. The theme of huge project will be aligned with the current reality of economic and social development of the Indonesian society.

Project Flow Project Campaign

Action Gathering

Each Local Committee will define and breakdown theme into specific issues in terms of social entrepreneurship. Local Committee has chance to innovate their program and they will identify the problem in their city to get what city need from AIESEC

Timeline OC recruitment and selection

Project preparation (raise partner, project concept etc)

Matching

Matching

Raising sept

oct

Execution (events, and program)

Realization nov

dec

Realization jan

feb

mar

in project campaign we will raise the awareness of the issue and introduction to AIESEC

LC that is doing this project LC UI, Jakarta LC UB, Malang LC UD, Semarang LC UA, Padang LC Bandung LC Surabaya

Education Training Exhibition Review project, reward & recognition and introduce next step project (output & sustainability)

Each of the LC are having different theme to be brought up in their city, that is adjusted to the situation in their city

LC UA, padang

Cultural Entrepreneur

Surabaya

Green Entrepreneur

LC UI,

Women Entrepreneur

Jakarta

LC UD, Semarang LC UB, Malang

Cultural Entrepreneur Support Local Business Entrepreneur

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AIESEC Indonesia-Unilever HIV AIDS project AIESEC Indonesia Unilever Project is a colaboration project between AIESEC and Unilever to give positive impact to society with world issue especially to build strong awareness to the youth and expand target people who will be agent of change to deliver knowledge about HIV-AIDS. Our target is students in high school in different city in Indonesia. This Unilever Project is already done for the third year in Indonesia.

Project Flow

Job Description

Preparation

1. As facilitator in PBOX HIV-AIDS to attract students being agent of change and deliver their knowledge about HIVAIDS 2. As international organizing committee to help others local organizing committee to running this program. Including preparation and execution 3. They will be representative from their country to deliver their skill and knowledge

Ra preparation of the OC and project (1 Aug- 15 Oct)

Jul-Aug

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Execution Re Training for Trainer 22-23 Oct

Oct-Nov

Learning Class 29-30 Oct and 5-6 Nov

LC that is running the project : LC UI, Jakarta LC Expansion Binus, Jakarta LC Expansion IPB, Bogor LC UA, Padang LC UD, Semarang LC UB, Malang LC Expansion UGM, Jogjakarta LC Expansion UPN, Jogjakarta LC Surabaya Target Exchange Participant:

100

Target Audience: 3000 Duration

6-8 weeks

Learning Event : 12,13,19,20,26,27 Nov celebrate with participants and

Closing exchange participants on HIV-AIDS day on December 1 2011

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Mini Project

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ndonesia BISA!

50-100 TN each LC in one year

UB, MALANG

UI, JAKARTA

July-August 2011

july-august 2011

November-December 2011 January-February 2012

november-december 2011

May-June 2012

january-february 2012

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Bang

UD, SEMARANG

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BANDUNG november-december 2011

November-December 2011

may-June 2012

January -february 2012

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UA, PADANG

November-December 2011

november-december 2011

May-June 2012

January -february 2012

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Contact

Mini Project is project based on the city issue , we have 4 mini project the timeline is adjusted to the LC

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LC UI, jakarta Badaruddin Rahman Motik 6287775102402 badar.motik@gmail.com skype : badar motik LC UA, Padang Okta Sumahendra 6287895135867 okta.sumahendra@gmail.com skype: oktasumahendra Surabaya Nurul Nauvalita 628563251225 nurul.nauvalita@gmail.com nurul_nauvalita LC UB, Malang Dyah Ratri Satiti 6287888999654 dyahratri.satiti@aiesec.net dyaratri LC UD, Semarang Gilang Wahyu Prawirasani L6285715140762 gilang.wp.sani@gmail.com gilang.sani Bandung Arif Airlangga Putra 628567865677 aairlanggap@gmail.com aairlanggap

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TN Search Tools: https://spreadsheets.googl e.com/spreadsheet/ccc?ke y=0AuHmLou11jpUdDFfbT l0bVF5Zl80OXZiLWNRQm RLZEE&hl=en_US#gid=8

Social Entrepreneurship

Mini project I : LC UI,Jakarta

Mini Project

Social Entrepreneurship

HIV AIDS and IT Nokia Siemens Network

HIV AIDS Unilever

LC UB, Malang

LC UB, Malang Mini Project II: LC UI, Jakarta LC Bandung LC UA, Padang LC UD, Semarang LC Surabaya Mini Project III: LC UI, Jakarta LC UA, Padang

LC UD, Semarang LC UB, Malang

Mini Project IV: LC Surabaya

LC Bandung

All of the LCs

All of the LCs LC UI, LC UD, LC UB, LC UA, LC Surabaya, LC expansion (IPB, Binus, UPN and UGM)

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Global Partner

National Partner champion partner

platinum partner

main partner

exchange partner

partners


AIESEC UI, Jakarta Faculty of Economics Kampus Baru UI Depok 16424 Indonesia Ph : +62 21 7872256/57 Fax : +62 21 7872256/57 www.aiesecui.org

AIESEC UNIBRAW, Malang Fakultas Ekonomi UNIBRAW Jl. MT Haryono 165 Malang 65145 Phone +62-341-551396 http://aiesec-lcub.blogspot.com

AIESEC Bandung Jl. Suka Senang V no 14 Bandung Indonesia Ph: +62 22 722 22 331 www.aiesecbandung.org

AIESEC UNDIP, Semarang Jl Sirojudin 5B Tembalang Ph: +6224 70277506 www.aiesec.undip.ac.id

AIESEC Surabaya Bendul Merisi Gang Bentul IV/46 Surabaya Ph : +6231 7080 7144 www.aiesecsurabaya.blogspot.com AIESEC UNAND Padang Gedung PKM UNAND Lt.2 Kampus UNAND Limau Manis Padang www.aiesec.org/indonesia/unand

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www.facebook.com/AIESECIndonesia fan page : AIESEC Indonesia

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@AIESECIndonesia www.youtube.com/AIESECIndonesia

AIESEC

AIESEC in Indonesia ITC Duta Mas Fatmawati B1/12 4th floor Jakarta Selatan 12025 Indonesia Phone: +62 21 923 22 402 | email: aiesec.indonesia@gmail.com


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