About AIESEC in Indonesia
AIESEC is a global youth-led organization striving to achieve peace and fulfillment of humankind’s potential by activating leadership qualities in youth. AIESEC spreads across 106 nations and territories, including Indonesia. AIESEC in Indonesia established in 1984 aims to develop youth to make a better Indonesia right now and in the future.
AIESEC in Indonesia presents you with our blogs and press releases for you to know more about us and our programs. So prepare your devices, have your time, and enjoy our writings!
How did AIESEC changed Kak Ai's life? let's check it out! What made you want to join AIESEC? I first joined AIESEC because I was interested in the global network it offered, a chance for me to network with the coolest people around the world was something I couldn't resist! Not only that, I...
“AIESEC itu sebenernya ngapain, sih?” mungkin itulah pertanyaan yang sering terlintas dari banyak anak muda yang masih belum tahu soal AIESEC. Apakah kamu salah satunya? Yuk, kita coba cari tahu sama-sama! Apa itu AIESEC? Let’s find out! AIESEC adalah sebuah...
Membongkar rahasia pintar negara lain Apakah kalian penasaran bagaimana bule-bule belajar? dan bagaimana sistem pendidikan yang mereka terapkan sehingga dapat menghasilkan murid-murid cerdas bahkan ilmuwan terkenal! 1. Finlandia Finlandia merupakan salah satu negara dengan sistem pendidikan terbaik. Ini dia...
The stark reality of the climate crisis is no longer a distant threat; it's upon us. From extreme weather events and rising sea levels to wildfires and shifting ecosystems, the signs of climate change are increasingly evident. The urgency of addressing this crisis cannot be overstated. “More than a...
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– Shafira Ranandya Hermawan
Marketing Assistant, Serbia
“During my six weeks as a volunteer teacher in Thailand, I felt incredibly happy and content. I gained numerous new experiences, such as interacting with amazing students and teaching in a different environment. I was genuinely excited to contribute to the education there and witnessed the enthusiasm of the students during the lessons. It was an extraordinary and memorable experience for me.”
– Angela Gracela
Teaching Volunteers, Thailand
“Being an intern through Global Talent is such a great experience. I did an internship at Tata Consultancy Services Philippines, a company in the Philippines, which focuses not only on this country, but also on Asia Pacific. I learned and improved my skills on Corporate Learning and Development, Training Facilitation, Management Information System during my internship.”
– Dio Anamia
Intern at Tata Consultancy Services
“As a freshman, AFL has been a place to make new friends from new places. Along with learning new skills, being able to meet other students who share similar values has been the greatest part of AFL. Getting the opportunity to get to know AIESEC members and see how AIESEC has developed them has also been very exciting. I hope to continue to develop myself in the coming years so that I will be able to play a part in the impact that AIESEC is making in the world.”
– Jeremy Kester Hanani
AIESEC Future Leaders Attendee
“The topic itself has intrigued me from the first time I signed up because it discusses the quarter-life crisis. For me, it’s eye-opening and relates to my current condition. It turns out that I’m not the only one who feels that way, others feel the same way. The speaker was fully explained. They also discussed internships, how we act for the internships, what can be taken, and how to improve ourselves as a person. So in the session, it was very informative, and also the speakers were clear in explaining”
– Nabilla Syifa Nuraini
Youth Today – “Prepare Your Career Through International Internship in Quarter Life Crisis”