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BANGALORE: Globalisation has blessed the youth of today with countless opportunities that are waiting to be tapped. It is, however, important to prioritise and focus on certain opportunities from the vast pool of choices. AIESEC (Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales) is an international student youth organisation that provides a virtual platform for students to interact with each other from all over the world. It is the largest student-run organisation in the world and has 15 chapters in India.
This weekend, AIESEC’s Bangalore chapter had its pre-recruitment event, Empower, at Garuda Mall, Jayanagar, and Magrath Road. Empower comprised of events such as Global Village, where international trainees from 15 countries set up stalls, decorated with flags of their respective countries, and showcased their culture. Other events included dance competitions, street plays and an international internship fair. Recruitment forms were also sold to interested candidates.
“AIESEC promotes cultural experiences to students and mainly focuses on providing international internships for graduate and postgraduate students,” says Krishna Nandakumar, vice-president, Corporate Relations.
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