Welcome to AIESEC New Zealand
- Created on Monday, 15 April 2013 06:17
If you're a student you can register for free here!
On Saturday 20 April 2013 New Zealand’s first Youth to Leadership Forum will be hosted in Wellington, bringing together young leaders from eight New Zealand Universities, Wellington High Schools and connecting them with Leadership Role Models from different sectors of society.
The Youth to Leadership Forum is a unique event powered by AIESEC, aimed at opening discussions around contemporary topics to activate youth leadership.Through this event we want to generate new ideas, thoughts and inspire the leaders of the future.
The event will provide a forum to discuss:
• Activating Youth Leadership globally
• Creating a Sustainable future for New Zealand
• Using Innovation as a catalyst for change
• The future of business in a interconnected world
WHAT IS INVOLVED?
The Youth to Leadership Forum is a full day event based on equipping young people with key skills and opening their minds to new opportunities. Delegates will enjoy:
• Key note presentations on Youth Leadership
• Participate in in depth workshops with groups of 30
• Participate and ask questions in panel discussions
• Be involved in networking and information stalls
WHO WILL BE INVOLVED?
• 110 student leaders involved in AIESEC New Zealand from Auckland University, AUT University, Waikato
University, Wintec, Massey University, Victoria University, Canterbury University, Lincoln University, CPIT and
• 60+ students from Wellington tertiary institutions and High Schools
• 8 CEOs, Founders and Representatives from local Government, private business and the start-up community.
- Vicki Treadell (British High Commissioner to New Zealand)
- Celia Wade-Brown (Wellington Mayor)
- Helen Baxter (Managing Directrix Mohawk Media)
- Guy Ryan (CEO and Founder Inspiring Stories, Festival for the Future)
- Karen Bender Business Growth Manager (Grow Wellington)
- Anna Guether (Founder PledgeMe)
- Debbie Patterson (Founder DesignGel and AIESEC Alumnus)
- Sharon Masters (Negotiator at the Department of Internal Affairs and AIESEC Alumnus)
You can register for free here
- Created on Monday, 25 March 2013 06:28
Every year AIESEC sends over 18,000 students and recent graduates abroad on our international internship programmes. These unique opportunities see participants go through an intense journey of personal development while learning about a new culture and way of life. The experience is designed to challenge participants and to develop socially responsible leaders with a greater awareness of the world around them.
Internships start from just 6 weeks and are available all year round and all around the world.
To learn more about our internship programmes, check out Go Abroad. What can you do in 6 weeks?
- Created on Monday, 29 October 2012 04:43
Over the weeks of 25th February - 25th March 2013, AIESEC is hosting a series of workshops based on international issues, leadership and management, across 5 campuses in New Zealand. We aim to help you engage with relevant world issues while giving you a chance to interact with experts in these fields and introducing work opportunities in various local and international projects.. AIESEC Partners like Leadership NZ, Canterbury Business Association and the like will conduct the workshops on topics like -
1) Marketing across Cultures
2) Global Sales & Business
3) World Café -‐ The world is a Global Village
4) Social Media Today
5) Youth Culture
You then have the option of working for AIESEC in projects ranging from Sales, Marketing, Communication, Financial and HR Management and working abroad on similar Development and Corporate Sector Projects. AIESEC is, after all, the largest student run organization of the world and promises to help develop professional skills amongst its members while helping them create real impact!
- Created on Monday, 08 October 2012 07:30
The Master of Ceremonies is Angela Atkins, president of HRINZ Auckland. Also featured at the event will be speakers from a number of highly successul New Zealand companies such as KPMG and Crackerjack Promotions to discuss their unique company cultures.
- Created on Thursday, 23 August 2012 04:40
AIESEC New Zealand is excited to announce that Lonely Planet is now one of our exchange programme partners (OE+/Impact Abroad).
Lonely Planet will be working with AIESEC to ensure that the students going abroad with us this summer are equipped with the best travel information currently available.
Last year over 150 students created a social impact with AIESEC’s international volunteer programme. The new partnership will see exchange participants able to travel even further off the beaten path and still get there safely. For almost 40 years, Lonely Planet has been helping get to the heart of new destinations. The partnership sees the world’s largest travel publisher working with the New Zealand branch of the world’s largest student organisation.
Both organisations are looking forward to seeing where the partnership takes students.
About Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet is the world’s leading travel content provider. Established in 1973, we enable curious travellers to experience the world via guidebooks to every destination on the planet, an award-winning website, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Visit us at www.lonelyplanet.com.