Keep it personal & simple
My “areas” of contribution to AAA (and Aiesec) 2016/17 include:
Cooperation with AIESEC in Austria
Communication (Social Media, Newsletter)
Vision, ATP (Alumni Theme Programme)
As is the case in many AIESEC/AA countries every 1st Thursday of the month we will have an ALUMNite in Vienna (and hopefully soon also in other cities! Interested? Just let me know!).
An informal get-together (Stammtisch) of Alumni, visitors from abroad and active AIESECers; to reunite, meet old friends. share stories, experiences, inspire – and have fun.
Every then and when we may have some special program (provided someone proposes to organize it).
And I’m thinking to organize a special Christmas Market Alumnite, where also our families (especially kids, or as in my case, grandchildren) can participate.
So head over to the AAA calendar, and make use of the “export to your calendar” feature (the link opens in a new window, so you’ll be able to come back here in no time)!
Ad Cooperation with AIESEC in Austria
Checking out possibilities for co-operations, sharing ideas and experiences, and enabling AIESECers a flawless transition to AAA when finishing their studies!
Ad Communication (Social Media, Newsletter)
Regularly update/inform AAAlumni (and the rest of the world) of what’s going on, what is in the pipeline.
As to the newsletter we are going to reactivate the idea of the “4 Seasons Newsletter”, meaning it will be published once a quarter (21st of September, of December, of March and of June). Plus, the odd issue for special events. And, do consider the idea of sharing your thoughts in one or more of the issues J
Ad Vision, ATP (Alumni Theme Programme)
What is AAA/AIESEC really about, its purpose, mission, vision? “Peace and Fulfilment of Humankind’s Potential”? Or, “Leadership”? To enable students to be better prepared for …? Or to be a thought leader, to propose (and implement) new approaches?
AAEurope (Peter Mandl) is on the forefront of these conversations; I’m thinking about participating myself as well; and to invite you to share your thoughts and input about the (future) role of AAA/AIESEC; maybe a future (kind of) Board of Advisors? Some of you already expressed interest; so if you feel that in addition to the AIESEC spirit you nowadays also have some experience and thoughts to share, simply let me know, and we’ll take it from there! (You can read more about ATP here)
And do provide us with your thoughts, ideas and active participation!
With best regards,
Dieter Langenecker (AAA Pres.)