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GLOBAL PASSPORT INTERN’S BOOKLET AIESEC FTU HN AUGUST 2013


TABLE OF CONTENT PART I: PROJECT INTRODUCTION.

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1. General information.

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2. Program objective.

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3. Goal.

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4. Activities.

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5. Project timeline.

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1. JDs.

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2. Learning points.

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3. Typical intern agenda.

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4. Working condition.

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5. Requirement.

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6. TN instruction.

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1. Places you should visit

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2. Things you should try

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1. OC Contact.

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2. Reference.

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PART II: INTERN’S WORK INFORMATION.

PART III: AMAZING VIETNAM!

PART IV: CONTACT.

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PART I: PROJECT INTRODUCTION. 1. GENERAL INFORMATION. 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. After years of wars and the afterward reconstruction, Vietnam has done a good job bringing education and economy to a higher level, which helps a lot in empowering the new generations to develop and make change to the new world. Still, the huge population, the disparity, together with the lack of skills and knowledge are now the problems that we have to confront to make a leap toward a brighter future. One obvious issue we are facing is the lack of international knowledge, global interaction and essential interpersonal communication skills. WHAT are we going to do about it?

AIESEC, with the vision of peace and fulfillment of humankind potential, came to Vietnam in 2006 and is doing our best to improve the situation. Coming up with the initiative of educating university students about society, culture, business‌ in a global experience perspective, AIESEC FTU HN proudly introduces Global Passport project, with our belief to make a positive change in our society by making impact on the youth through our learning courses.

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2. PROGRAM OBJECTIVES. With the big mission of empowering Vietnamese young generation, Global Passport Course provides students with necessary skills and knowledge to adapt in the fast changing world. Joining the course, students get the chance to learn multi-cultural etiquettes, improve English communication skills and form their habit of self-challenging.

Selfchallenging habit Adapt to the fast changing world Multicultural etiquette

English communica tion skills

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GOALS.

We believe with this promising project, we are going to make impact, a great, special and long-term impact on students which will change their living and thinking pattern. So HOW big it really is? WHAT is the goal we are challenging ourselves to achieve it? Number of students knowing about course Number of students joining course

2000 100

Number of courses realized

8

Number of Learning partners collaborated

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Rate of students satisfied with course

90% 4.

ACTIVITIES.

We aim at creating a global learning and interacting environment for students to truly participate and live the spirit, starting with the educating course in which interns will design the content and deliver it

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to the students. The content of the course will be built based on the model of Cultural buddy teaching and Limit breaking activities: Cultural buddy teaching: Each intern will be the buddy of 1 – 4 students outside class. They will have more chances to interact with others, be close friends and learn from the cultural differences between countries. Limit breaking activities: During classes, the students will continuously be challenged and forced to step out of their comfort zone with the limit breaking activities. The ultimate purpose of these activities is to make students believe in themselves and build up their confidence.

Tutor

Field trips Mini projects

Tea talk

Cultural Buddy Teaching

Limit Breaking Activities Cooking class

Hanging out time …

5. August

September

October

November

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PROJECT TIMELINE. January

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Organizational planning

Course 1

Course 2

Course 3

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PART II: INTERNS’ WORK INFORMATION. 1.

JOB DESCRIPTION AND ACTIVITIES.

An important stake holder of the project is interns, who come all the way from their countries to a totally strange one, to live, to learn and to contribute to the world. Welcoming our interns, we aim to provide our interns an amazing experience with the global learning environment, personal selfdevelopment, valuable lesson from our learning partners and the chance to interact with Vietnamese student as the way to know more about our education system. Interns will be granted responsibility and join the project with us as an official member to make the project successful. Job Description 1: Design the course’s content. Together, interns and OC Content will develop the content for the course to suit the student’s need while making sure that the course will bring positive results to them. Job Description 2: Do promotion for the course. Interns will face challenges doing promotion in a totally different market, with differently thinking style customers. To make sure the course will be executed successfully, interns will have to propose promotion plan and implement it under the supervision of OC Promotion. Job Description 3: Deliver the course. Being the one who design the course, interns know the best how to deliver it, and afterwards know what needs to be changed for better performance. Job Description 4: Deliver transition for the next batch of interns. Job Description 5: Participate in AIESEC integration events and other events for youths in Hanoi. Attend internal and external meetings related to Project. To be competent to do all of these, interns coming will be trained by AIESEC and receive training session from our learning partners on the topic of the course in the first two weeks. Besides that, for we always want to give our international friends the best experience in Vietnam, we introduce our Exchange Challenge Campaign as a way to integrate them deeper into Vietnamese culture and life style. Our challenges will be some surprising tasks that make our interns jump out there and discover more about Vietnam. This will be counted as an official JD. Job Description 6: Complete the challenges put forth by OC in the Exchange Challenge Campaign.

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LEARNING POINTS.

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Global learning environment.

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Teamwork

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Personal self-development.

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Adaptation skills.

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Chances to interact with Vietnamese students and get insight about Vietnamese students and education.

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Understand Vietnamese people, lifestyle and custom through Homestay Program and Buddy Program.

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Lessons from learning partners. 3.

TYPICAL INTERN AGENDA.

Intern's workload Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

an observer to get insight about the course Get trained by learning partners

Week 6

Reflect on

Reflect on

Reflect on

Lesson 1,2

Lesson 3,4

Lesson 5,6

Work on his own

Finish content

Finish content

topic for the new

for Lesson 3,4

for Lesson 5,6

first courses'

Rehearse

Rehearse

Transition for next batch

content done and 4

Lesson 3,4

Lesson 5,6

of interns

content

Join course as

Week 5

Deliver the course

Transition: Learn about project, vision, approach and previous

Week 4

course, get the 2

others drafted Rehearse Lesson 1,2

Promotion for next course

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WORKING CONDITIONS.

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Personal workspace provided.

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Internet access provided.

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Very supportive, people-oriented and cultural working environment.

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Interns are required to bring their own laptops to work.

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Assistance available in accommodation (hostel and host finding) and living issue (motor rent,

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Visa procedures assistance. 5.

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REQUIREMENTS.

Excellent English (required). 7


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Teaching skills (preferred).

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Presentation skills (required).

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Internet user skills (required).

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Teamwork skills (required).

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Good knowledge and understanding about local and global issues (required).

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Global mindset and burning enthusiasm (required). 6.

TN INSTRUCTION.

Sign in myaiesec.net and take a look at the TN info: TN-In-VN-FH-2013-446. For applying, please contact us with the contact below or ask your VP OGX for more information.

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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. A. Places 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 and experience the Vietnamese life style to the marvel. truest. 3. Ha Long bay 4. Mekong delta

Ha Long Bay – Marvelous landscape, cruising Vietnam’s ‘rice basket’, the Mekong Delta is a ships and beautiful natures. Come, have a good watery landscape of green fields and peaceful night on an island and enjoy the serene but villages. dynamic life here! 9


5. Sapa

6. Ho Chi Minh city

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 7. Nha Trang beach 8. Da Nang city

One of the most beautiful beach in the world with full of delicious and diverse seafood

9. Hue city

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. The traditional foods are always plentiful and cheap. 10. Mui Ne

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Hue – former capital of Vietnam, with ancient Long beach, perfect white sand, salty wind that palace and delicious traditional cuisine. appeal people for a visit of their life…

Travel well! (Source: http://travelsherpakeith.com/travel-destinations/vietnam/top-10-destinations-in-vietnam/)

B. Things you should try.

1. Pho – Rice noodle soup

2. Vietnamese baguette

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

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

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

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The most common, the most liked, the Unlike the fried one, this one contains fresh green combination of Vietnamese ingredients in a little to give you the cool and fresh taste in your mouth that will make you remember it forever roll 7. Rice Vermicelli with Grilled 8. Sweet soup

Together with Pho, Bun Cha ranks 1st in the most Many kinds of beans are cooked, seasoned with common food in Vietnam. Not only common, but ingredients and then put in the delicious sugar or it also is so delicious, with sour, spicy, sweet and coconut milk to form an amazing dessert. salty mixed into one serve. 9. Some traditional sweet cakes 10. Fresh beer

You can feel the love when you eat these cakes as Sitting on a chair with a small table on the side they are the symbol of family and friend walk of a street, watching the stream of people gathering. crossing by and sipping a gulp of freshening cold beer, it’s like you are becoming a Vietnamese.

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PART IV: CONTACT. 1.

OC Contact.

Pham Thi Thanh Thuy Organizing Committee President Email: thanhthuy.pham@aiesec.net Skype: thanhthuyphamvn

Tran Huong Thao (Ashley Tran) Incoming Exchange Executive Email: thaohuongtran.wd@gmail.com Skype: thaotran.wd

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Reference. (Wiki, AIESEC FTU HN Facebook)

For further reference, please check out the following materials: -

Global Passport Course Wiki: http://www.myaiesec.net/content/viewwiki.do?contentid=10272646

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AIESEC FTU HN fan page: https://www.facebook.com/ftuhanoi.aiesec

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