Founders Day
As AIESECers we learned early that our organization was founded in 1948 at the end of World War II, in an effort to help create peace through cultural business exchanges. And, 70 years later the organization is still doing this in both similar and new ways. As alumni who benefited from the leadership development, an exchange experience, the business skills, or all of those things we thought it would be great to celebrate Founders Day. We look forward to having guest speakers and events in our hub cities across the country in the month of March. Head to our Facebook page and tell us how you were most affected by AIESEC.
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Winter National Conference (WNC) took place in Falls Church, VA over the holiday break. We have updates for you on the top LC performers, exchange numbers, and the new MCP-elect. And, thank you to Samuel Ticha, Melissa Askler, Andrew Lewis, and Megan Ballard for participating on the alumni panel. 

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A New Year brings new opportunities
Are you looking to get more involved in AIESEC alumni activities? We have a few suggestions! Step up and be the volunteer AIESEC Hub Chair in the Bay Area, NYC, or Miami! Read an overview here. Or maybe you're looking for a part-time paid executive position? AIESEC Life is seeking a new Executive Director/President to take the helm! Click here for more details. Get involved on a deeper level and connect with alumni of all generations! For questions click below to email Daniele Lea.
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WNC Boland Scholars Announced
We have new Boland scholars! There was a solid pool of candidates this winter and 2 deserving students earned their spot. Congratulations to Ashlee Harvey of Appalachian, and Arleen Cortes from Miami! We hope you both have a fabulous experience at an international conference and we look forward to sharing your essays when you return.
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