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NatCo in the biggest national congress which celebrates the institutional platform of AIESEC Puerto Rico. It refers to the National Congress that AIESEC Puerto Rico celebrates annually. It is 3 days and 2 nights of knowing your fellow members, discussing growth strategies, and being part of international, national and local learning environment. The national delegates attending will form part of the national plenary that will decide who will be the next President of AIESEC Puerto Rico!

Dear AIESECers We have all been waiting for NatCo Puerto Rico to happen again, and now it is just around the corner. So far, this has been a great experience for us and we all hope that, when the time comes , we can all meet again in our very own NatCo Puerto Rico 2012. Some of us have had our share of conferences and to others this is the very first time they will experience the thrill and the excitement of being part of something so big as AIESEC. The OC is extremely exited to bring to you this amazing event and we hope that you are exited as well. So, prepare for an incredible weekend full of experiences, learning, growing and of course fun!

Yours dearly, The Organizing Committee NatCo Puerto Rico 2012

If you are a newbie or have been on AIESEC for less than a year and you are on the Team Member Programme, this is the track for you. This track will prepare you for your future inside the organization. You will have the experience of being part of FullOn Functional sessions, LEAD sessions and challenges.

This is the track for the more experienced AIESECer and by experienced we mean oldies and members on the Team Leader Programme. The tracks are created to develop and apply skills in a professional environment. You will also have the opportunity to observe the legislation process More information about NatCo´s tracks and agenda will be released in the remaining booklets

What is included? • 3 days of cenference • 3 breakfasts • 3 lauches • 2 dinners • Snacks • Theme Party • Gala night • 3 days and 2 nights accomodation

Venue NatCo Puerto Rico 2012 will be taking place in Aquarius Vacation Club Dorado del Mar Beach & Golf Resort. In front of the Atlantic Ocean, the Golf Club and a Casino and adjacent to Embassy Suites Hotel.Aquarius shares the common areas with the Hotel, including the pool and restaurants.

For more information about the venue, feel free to visit their webpage

Applying is very easy. If you are a National Delegate just follow the link and answer the questions! 0232187 If you are an International Delegate , this is the link for you! =10233472

1. Deposit your conference fee in the Doral Bank account #2740013319 2. Cash or cash check to your Chief Delegate (LCP) 3. Cash or cash check to Kayla Melendez (OCVPFLA) or Gabrielle Rodriguez (OCP)

Travel Information Arrival Information You should Arrive at San Juan, Puerto Rico. Luis MuĂąoz MarĂ­n International Airport (SJU). The OC will arrange transportation from the airport for delegates arriving between 10:00am GMT-4 till 3:00pm GMT-4 on November 29 If you are arriving out of these hours, the OC is not responsible for your transportation.

In case you arrive some day(s) before the congress, the OC can also barrage for you to be hosted by an AIESEC Puerto Rico member for accommodations Pre and post conference. Please send an email to to make the proper arrangements.

Puerto Rico is a self-governing unincorporated territory of the United States and has been under U.S. sovereignty for over a century with U.S. citizenship since 1917. Both Spanish and English are the official languages, the local currency is the USD and no visas or passports are required to enter Puerto Rico from the United States. This means that you have to apply for the visa appointment in the U.S. embassy of your country or the country you are currently in. All procedures are done through the United States. You need to send the OC an email at jeaniseel.rodriguez@aiesec requesting your Visa Letter with the signature of the OCP once you have submitted your NatCo application. Remember! For United States citizens or people traveling directly from the United States: No passport is required for traveling to the island if you’re coming from the U.S. It’s considered a domestic flight so you will only need a valid ID.

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