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Specialized Unit Proposal

AIESEC in Malaysia


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About AIESEC AIESEC is the world's largest youth-run organization. Focused on providing a platform for youth leadership development, AIESEC offers young people the opportunity to participate in international internships, experience leadership and participate in a global learning environment. What makes AIESEC unique is the youth driven impactful experience that it offers to its members. AIESEC is run by young people for young people, enabling a strong experience to all its stakeholders. AIESEC has 64 years of experience in developing high-potential youth into globally minded responsible leaders.

2,400 Universities

113 Countries & Territories

5, 000 International Internships 15, 000 International Volunteer Experiences

64 Years of Experience since 1948

86,000 Member Experiences

24,000 Leader Experiences

8,000 Partner Organizations

AIESEC in Numbers

500 conferences annually

1,000,000 Alumni


AIESEC in Malaysia

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Universiti Utara Malaysia

Present in 12 Institution of Higher Learning

Universiti Sains Malaysia Universiti Teknologi Petronas

Universiti Malaysia Pahang

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6

Curtin University

2

5 4

3

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Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Universiti Malaya

1,100 Member Experiences

130 International Internships

250 Leader Experiences

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Universiti Putra Malaysia

2

University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus

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Over 70 Partner Organizations

700 International Volunteer Experiences

20 conferences annually

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia 4 Taylor's University

5

SEGi University College 6

> 1,000 Alumni


The AIESEC Experience we offer

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These are the main programmes we have in AIESEC. We provide team and international internship experiences. This is the core service center where you can learn and gain everything from the global leadership network of AIESEC. It is up to you to choose your path and decide which programs will build your AIESEC experience.

A Global Community Development Programme (GCDP) experience is an opportunity for young people to develop entrepreneurial and responsible leadership by creating direct positive impact through an international volunteer experience.

A Team Member Programme (TMP) experience is an opportunity for a young person to develop entrepreneurial and responsible leadership by living a practical team experience at a local, national, regional or global level.

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A Global Internship Programme (GIP) experience is an opportunity for a young person to develop entrepreneurial and responsible leadership by living a cross-cultural professional development experience

A Team Leader Programme (TLP) experience is an opportunity for a young person to develop entrepreneurial and responsible leadership through leading and guiding others in their works and experience at a local, national, regional or global level.


Global Community Development Programme (GCDP)

Value to participant Cross-cultural understanding

Acquired

Positive impact on the society

Self development

6-12 weeks Usually provided

*depending on country

Country

Not provided

*living expenses not covered

Immediate GCDP Opportunities: Issues Start Date - Cultural Understanding Nov – Feb - Rural Education - Environmental Sustainability - Leadership Development Nov – Feb - Cultural Understanding -

Language Education Cultural Understanding

Nov – Dec

Duration 6 weeks

6 weeks

6 weeks


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Global Internship Programme (GIP)

Value to participant Cross-cultural understanding

Professional Development

Acquired

6-78 weeks Usually provided

Not provided

*enough to cover accommodation and living expenses

Country

Immediate GIP Opportunities: Issues Start Date - Language Education for Nov - Dec Bahasa Melayu and Bahasa Indonesia

Duration 3 months

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Information Technology (Network Management & Software Development

Nov - Mar

1 year

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Marketing with Chinese speaking ability

Nov - Mar

6 months – 1 year


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Costs & Benefit

Administration Breakdown

Global Community Development Programme

Global Internship Programme

Candidacy Review Board

RM 50

RM 100

Form and Database Fee

RM 150

RM 200

Post Raising Services

RM 200

RM 300

Total

RM 400*

RM 600*

Made payable to affiliated AIESEC Chapter

Why you should join us Today, more than 4,000 organizations from multinational to small and medium scale businesses, non-profit organizations to the government and the UN are partnering with AIESEC. AIESEC’s unique network offers various opportunities for organizations to create high value partnerships with AIESEC. Organization Branding Opportunities By sending your student for GCDP & GIP, your student will be ambassador for your institution and Malaysia. Through having your students interacting with people from different countries, you will be able to build up a strong international brand.

Access to Global Network Your institution will be able to gain access into AIESEC’s global network which includes initiatives for youth leadership development, cross cultural learning and projects on world issues.

Student Development Internships can help broaden and develop the skills and experience of your students by adding a different perspective and thus a more international culture can be formed in your organization. Your students can build a network with students from different cities and countries through participation in our programmes.


Find out how to join us

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5 Simple Steps to join GCDP & GIP (Phase I)

• Engage and target potential students to sign up for the programmes • Create awareness about the programmes in your instituition. Recruitment

• Applicants will go through a selection (Candidacy Review Board) • Based on their education, skills, language certifications, and leadership experience Selection

Pre Internship Engagement

• AIESEC will assist candidate's preparation before going abroad • Includes cultural preparation, assistance on visa & travel insurance, goal setting and adaptibility skills development.

• Integrate and follow up with the Exchange Participant during the whole period of GCDP & GIP for feedback, evaluation, information sharing and general support. During Internship Engagement

Post Internship Engagement

• Engage return Exchange Participant to ensure proper closure of experience • Evaluate and review Exchange Participant's goals • Provide further development opportunities to AIESEC.


Find out how to join us 5 Simple Steps to set up a Specialized Unit (Phase II)

•Engage and target potential students to sign up for membership Recruitment of •Create awareness about the programmes in your instituition. Team Leaders

Selection

Induction

Endorsement

Operation starts

•Applicants will go through a selection (Candidacy Review Board) •Based on their education, skills, language certifications, and leadership experience

•AIESEC will assist candidate in the preparation of starting up an AIESEC chapter

•Your institution should provide a letter of endorsement to set up an AIESEC chapter to the Team Leaders

•Once a chapter is set up, the Specialized Unit will start to operate to continue providing international value-added opportunities to your students.

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Our Co- Operation The AIESEC Experience program, which promotes Internationalism and cultural diversity will indeed add value to Universiti Tun Abdul Razak. When students from your institution go for an internship overseas, they become ambassadors of Malaysia and the University itself. This will also help Universiti Tun Abdul Razak in terms of overseas branding and exposure. Universiti Tun Abdul Razak‟s mission is “To become the Centre of Excellence in fostering Managerial Leadership and Entrepreneurship in the Development of Human Capital through Quality Research, Teaching and Learning, and Professional Services”. AIESEC Experience Program would be perfect for scholars in your institution to challenge their world views, equip them with the necessary skills and qualities to be top class students and responsible citizens.

From your side To ensure the feasibility of the programmes, Universiti Tun Abdul Razak‟s help is appreciated in:

Permission to conduct promotional activities in Universiti Tun Abdul Razak In order to recruit students for the programmes, we will need your assistance in permission and logistical support to create awareness about the AIESEC experience. The promotional methods are setting up booths, virtual promotions, flyers, posters, information sessions and workshops.

Encourage students to participate It would be great if Universiti Tun Abdul Razak could assist us in the promotion of our programmes to encourage students to sign up for personal and professional development opportunities that we offer.

Sponsor or subsidize students for internship

This would be a great investment and initiative to encourage and motivate Universiti Tun Abdul Razak students to take up the programmes especially for students who have financial constraints without hampering their possibility towards self and professional development.


Promotional Activities Timeline for Quarter 4 and 1 PHASE I (GCDP & GIP opportunities)

For Diploma Students Month

Oct’12

Nov’12

Dec’12

Jan’12

Feb’13

Recruitment Preparation Fly off!

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For Degree Students Month Recruitment Preparation Fly off!

Nov’12 

Dec’12

Jan’13

Feb’13

 

PHASE II (Specialized Unit Set-Up)

Feb „13

Team Leader Recruitment & Selection

March „13

Induction & Endorsement

Mar’13

Operations


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Past 5 Years Statistics Number of GCDP Exchange Participants 250

Exchange Participant

200

150

100

50

0 GCDP

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

12

5

107

159

230

Number of GIP Exchange Participants 25

Exchange Participant

20

15

10

5

0 GIP

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

17

13

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23

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Our Current Partners National AIESEC Experience Partner

Global Experience Partner

Heading For the Future Partner

Initiative Partners

Strategic Partners

Learning Partners

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What our Past Exchange Participants say about the programme


Need more information? Contact us: Tan Wei Jun Vice President of Outgoing Exchange (60)16 760 8970 wei_jun.tan@aiesec.net

Geraldine O. Chang Vice President of Local Committee Development (60)16 800 4695 geraldine.chang@aiesec.net


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