The goal of our weekend workshops was to integrate our section members with aspiring members as well as to provide them with knowledge and abilities that may be useful during their ESN career and their future life and jobs.
The main purpose of this activity was to bond the former and current members of the section. Take the first step in this area after many years.
The subgoals of this were to promote the function of the sections alumni community as a source of knowledge and experience usable for any sections members and to make it clear that the section cares and values its former members (to pay attention to the and include them should they desire it in the organization).
The specific goal of the event from a structural point of view was to make an hour-long video meeting where part of the meeting would be structured and part of it freestyle (open questions).
The goal from the content point of view was to enable the alumni involved to share their experiences from their ESN career with other members such as ESN national and local events or others.
Students were invited to our Language Café where we provided board games, and activities to encourage students to have conversation and practise foreign languages. Stickers were provided to show which languages you spoke so students could pair up with each other easily. The goal was to encourage students to socialise while recognising their skills in languages.
Inspiring people to set up their own business project. The programme includes practical lessons from own experience, start-up basics and a discussion about entrepreneurship.
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Our goal was to provide training on department-based skills (Event planning, Human resources, PR&Marketing and Finance) and how to best design a Curriculum Vitae, or a Motivation Letter, to the volunteers of our section.