Welcome to AIESEC
University of British Columbia
Founded in 1948, AIESEC is the world’s largest student-run organisation and is present in 113 countries with more than 86 000 members. Focused on providing a platform for youth leadership development, AIESEC offers young people the opportunity to be global citizens, to change the world, and to get experience and skills that matter today.
Our two membership programs, the Team Member Program (TMP) and Team Leader Program (TLP), provide students with opportunities to develop their leadership abilities through facilitating our exchange programs. Members have the opportunity to connect with the international AIESEC network, build vital skills, and attend conferences across the country.
Learn more about membership here.
We offer exchange opportunities for students through the Global Internship Program (GIP) and the Global Community Development Program (GCDP). Exchange participants go abroad to one of 113 countries around the world to work or volunteer. Both short-term and long-term opportunities are available.
Learn more about exchange here.
AIESEC UBC is now recruiting members and exchange participants. Info sessions will take place on the following days:
Thursday, May 16 from 12–1pm and 6–7pm in Henry Angus 435
Friday, May 17 from 12–1pm and 6–7pm in Henry Angus 435
RSVP on our Facebook event page. Learn more about the application process here.
AIESEC offers flexible and customized programs to provide talent that fits with your organization’s culture and processes. By participating in the Global Internship Programme, you will enrich your work force with globally minded young professionals who are interested in making a difference in your company.
The deadline is on Wednesday, May 22 at 10:00pm.
Featured AIESEC Experience
“As AIESECers, we always work very hard. Sometimes, it seems like we dedicate our entire lives. But at the end of the day, think about yourself and your life. You’ve done enough, if not a lot for the organization. Have you done that for yourself?”
— Margaret Kim, on her AIESEC experience
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