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CONTENT PART I: PROGRAM INTRODUCTION ........................................................ 4 A. WAKE AND GO ........................................................................................... 4 B. MODEL.......................................................................................................... 5 C. ACTIVITIES. ................................................................................................. 5 PART II: INTERNS’ WORK INFORMATION. ............................................ 7 1. JOB DESCRIPTION ...................................................................................... 7 2. TYPICAL INTERN AGENDA. .................................................................... 8 PART III: AMAZING VIETNAM ................................................................... 9 1. Places of interest you should visit .................................................................. 9 2. Food you should try: .................................................................................... 11 PART IV: CONTACT POINT ........................................................................ 13 PART V: EP ENDORSEMENT...................................................................... 14

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About AIESEC AIESEC is an international, independent, not-for-profit, non-political organization, aiming at developing leadership potential in young generation. From 1948 until now, AIESEC presents in 120+ countries/territories, works with 8,000 companies worldwide and empowers 86,000 members around the world. AIESEC Vietnam AIESEC founded moment, proactive branches Minh City

in Vietnam was in 2006. At the we have +600 members from 06 in Hanoi, Ho Chi and Da Nang.

We believe AIESEC can play a positive in expanding horizon of young Vietnamese students, some of whom may well become the future leaders

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AIESEC FTU Hanoi Founded in 2009, AIESEC FTU Hanoi is having 90+ members from 09 prestigious universities in Hanoi, and has organized many projects for the youth, such as Global Leadership Activating Day, Global Citizen Summer Camp, etc‌

Thomas Grunzke, AIESEC Alumnus

Former Vice President of Finance, Unilever Vietnam


GLOBAL PASSPORT

SUMMER CAMP

GLAD

DASH FOR IMPACTS

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PART I: PROGRAM INTRODUCTION A.

WAKE AND GO

Vietnam, a beautiful country with marvelous landscape and culture, is on its way to adapt with the fast pace of globalization and world changing development Still, a huge number of students, especially in university, together with the lack of orientation are now facing a terrible crisis named “The Crisis of 20” that we have to confront to make a leap toward a brighter future. One obvious issue we are facing is the lack of self-orientation and global mindset. WHAT are we going to do about it? AIESEC, with the vision of peace and fulfillment ofhumankind’s potential, is proud to present

“WAKE and GO 2014 ” A Special Career Orientation Program with the initiative of providing 1st, 2nd and 3rd students with an insight into tackling the lack of career direction among university students nowadays. The missions of Wake and Go are: ! Assisting students to find out their true selves through workshop and seminar models, personality analysis tools and experience realistic fieldwork in a mini-project. ! Inspiring and motivating students to be proactive and beware of themselves to draw their own career path for future. By offering the above benefits, Wake and Go targets to successfully achieve these goals: Number of students knowing about program

5000

Number of students joining program

100

Number of partners collaborated

15

Number of interns joining program

20

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B.

MODEL

The program is conducted from March, 2013 to August, 2013 with 2-3 courses, each of which lasts for about 1 month with the participation of 35-40 students.

All of activities are designed and conducted by selected international interns accompanied by partners and Organizing Committee

C.

ACTIVITIES. 1. Camp 1 (1 Day) – Discovering yourself

This is a one-day camp with series of workshops and seminars including interactive activities Session

Purpose

Education and labor market in Vietnam and some other countries

Get an insight into how competitive of gaining desired jobs is Compare situations of Vietnam with ones of other countries

Personality analysis

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Define your own characteristics with strengths, weakness, self-motivation and interests.


2. Fieldwork Experience (3 weeks) – Experiencing yourself This is a three-week experiencing course where participants are delegated certain tasks to fulfill in groups of 6 with foreign interns (interns can be either leaders or members). The tasks can be called as working challenges assigned by some certain companies. Students and interns will have the chance to experience the real working environment in Vietnam, and even in specific field that they are interested in.

3. Camp 2 (1 Day) – Reflection A one-day camp is conducted to wrap up the whole program Session

Purpose

Reflection

Review and feedback after experiencing course on performance and interests of each participant

Head for further

Understand more about their own characteristic to see which strengths to be leveraged and weaknesses to be eliminated Orient future steps: joining exchange program, taking internship...

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PART II: INTERNS’ WORK INFORMATION. 1.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Welcoming our interns, we believe Internships are where higher education meets employment so we aim at offering our interns the greatest opportunity to work in the realistic working environment in Vietnam, personal self-development, valuable lessons or even training from our partners and the chance to interact with Vietnamese culture as the way to know more about our labor situation in Vietnam. Interns will be granted responsibility and join the project with us as an official member to make the project successful. Job Description 1: Build program’s content for Camp 1 and Camp 2. Interns, together with OC Content and our learning partners will develop the content for the 2 Camp days of the program. This requires interns basic knowledge about their own countries’ labour market or working and internship experience. Job Description 2: Do a working challenge for 3 weeks… …with Vietnamese student groups (as either a leader or a member of the team) in which they are assigned to fulfill tasks delivered from specific companies. This can be considered as a short term internship for interns who are eager to experience working environment in Vietnam in fields ranged from promotion, marketing, sales … Job Description 3: Support promoting the program. Maximize energy and boost creativity to set up an incredible promotion campaign for the program (class presentations, make promotion videos, offline events, fan page ...) Job Description 4: Accomplish intern challenges and feedback form …which are designed to stimulate relaxation for interns through weekly challenges with Vietnamese natives and create chances for interns to reflect about the internship. Job Description 5: Participate in AIESEC integration events… …and other events for youths in Hanoi. Attend internal and external meetings related to Project. Job Description 6: (optional) External Relation Executive. Those interns who are concerned with Sales can participate directly in raising partnership with their nation’s branch companies in Vietnam to support delivery of the program. WAKE AND GO | 7


2.

TYPICAL INTERN AGENDA.

INTERN'S WORKLOAD Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Overview and frame content of WAG program

Deliver content of Camp 1

Participate in student group to fulfill specific tasks ( continue till week 6)

Deliver content of Reflection Camp

Build content for Camp 1

Work on promotion campaign, finalize content for Camp 1 and train for fieldwork experience

Final train for Fieldwork Weeks and Reflection Camp

Keep track students and report

Transition for next program

Work with OC Content and learning partners

Rehearsal

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Do sales for next program (optional)

Promotion for next program


PART III: AMAZING VIETNAM 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 highlands and rainforest regions, far from being devastated, continue to yield new species and team with exotic wildlife. 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 travel destination.

1.

Places of interest you should visit Top 10 Destinations in Vietnam 1. Hanoi capital

2. Hoi An

The capital of the country, with its unique charm A quaint city with river flowing beside the streets. of culture and people, is where foreigner comes It’s truly an ancient place of surprising beauty and experiences the Vietnamese life style to the and marvel. truest. 3. Ha Long bay 4. Mekong delta

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6. Ho Chi Minh city

5. Sapa

Sapa - gateway to another world of mysterious Wander through timeless alleys to ancient minority cultures and luscious landscapes! pagodas or teeming markets, past ramshackle wooden shops selling silk, spices and baskets… 8. Da Nang city 7. Nha Trang beach

One of the most beautiful beach in the world with full of delicious and diverse seafood 9. Hue city

Hue – former capital of Vietnam, with ancient palace and delicious traditional cuisine.

Da Nang is the biggest city on the South Central Coast of Vietnam. It has such a stunning sightseeing of long beach, great mountains, stunning bridges and ancient temples. 10. Mui Ne

Long beach, perfect white sand, salty wind that appeal people for a visit of their life…

Travel well! (http://travelsherpakeith.com/travel-destinations/vietnam/top-10-destinations-in-vietnam/ WAKE AND GO | 10


2.

Food you should try: 1. Pho – Rice noodle soup

2. Vietnamese baguette

If you ask a Vietnamese about their most common Vietnamese Baguette, once appeared as one of traditional cuisine, most of the time it will be Pho. the most delicious street food in the world by The Guardian 4. Stuffed pancakes 3. Sticky rice

There are hundreds of kinds of sticky rice that you have to come here and describe them yourself 5. Sping rolls

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Thin rice wrapping, shrimp and pork filling, salty but sweet sauce, together with fresh herb will bring you the amazing meal.

6. Fresh spring rolls

Unlike the fried one, this one contains fresh green to give you the cool and fresh taste in your mouth that will make you remember it forever


7. Rice Vermicelli with Grilled

st

Together with Pho, Bun Cha ranks 1 in the most common food in Vietnam. Not only common, but it also is so delicious, with sour, spicy, sweet and salty mixed into one serve. 9. Some traditional sweet cakes

You can feel the love when you eat these cakes as they are the symbol of family and friend gathering.

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8. Sweet soup

Many kinds of beans are cooked, seasoned with ingredients and then put in the delicious sugar or coconut milk to form an amazing dessert.

10. Fresh beer

Sitting on a chair with a small table on the side walk of a street, watching the stream of people crossing by and sipping a gulp of freshening cold beer, it’s like you are becoming a Vietnamese.


PART IV: CONTACT POINT

Ms. Nguyen Phuong Anh Organizing Committee Exchange Email: pabnguyen@gmail.com Skype: pabbieanhnguyen Phone: +84 904 737 386

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PART V: EP ENDORSEMENT Philipp Stobbe from Germany “I really appreciated participating in Global Passport Project 2013 at AIESEC FTU Hanoi. I got to know a lot of interesting and amazing people from Vietnam and all over the world that I will never forget. I experienced living in a real Asian quarter without any tourist or travelers and got to know the Asian way of living... I will really miss having dinner in street kitchens, drinking egg coffee in the old quarter or playing King’s Cup in the Green Pepper in Ta Hien. The time ran and it was never boring. I am really sad that my internship came to an end but I will never forget these weeks. I will miss the city and the people but I will never forget them. I hope to see some of them again, maybe in Vietnam, in Germany or anywhere else in the world.”

Zan Chowdhury from the UK “My time in Vietnam was amazing. My cultural understanding of Vietnamese and Asian life in general has flourished. I feel like since Vietnam I have greatly grown as a person and would recommend this opportunity to everyone. I have made wonderful friends, have been looked after by the most amazing people (the organizing committee) and have experienced Vietnam to the fullest. The food if at time questionable was fantastic, riding a motorbike for the first time in my life through the crazy streets of Hanoi was indescribable and scared the best out of me but would gladly do it again. The people of Vietnam are the friendliest people I have met and seeing the community

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bond they have was amazing. All In all I feel like Hanoi is now my second home and something that will always be remembered and I will be returning in the near future to this incredible country�.

Alard Snippe from the Netherlands Doing a GCDP internship with AIESEC FTU Hanoi has given me the opportunity to meet and work with a lot of people from all over the world. Preparing and delivering classes for the Vietnamese students has been a lot of fun and I have learned a lot from it. I learned how to present myself and my country to people from a different culture, how to work in a multicultural environment and to take responsibility for my work. I will always remember the great OC and the fellow interns who I worked with. All in all I have to say that this internship has been the time of my life. I enjoyed every single minute and I will cherish the memories forever.

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