AIESEC IFL EP Preparation Booklet

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<ul><li> 1. Preparation AIESEC IFL Booklet </li> <li> 2. Content 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Visa Application Logistic Preparation Culture Shock Risk Management EP Checklist </li> <li> 3. 1. Visa Application Visa is an endorsement on a passport indicating that the holder is allowed to enter, leave, or stay for a specied period of time in a country. ! By going on internship, you are required to have a minimum of 60 days visa for your staying, otherwise you may need to extend it in the hosting country What? How?Each embassy has their own requirement for Visa Application, so you may need to go to check detail information there. ! Most visa application requires you to have a lled application form and invitation letter which you can get from the TN side. </li> <li> 4. China http://kh.china-embassy.org No.156, Mao Tse Toung Blvd, Phnom Penh, Cambodia ! chinaemb_kh@mfa.gov.cn +855-23-720 920 Website:! Address:! ! E-mail:! Tel: Malaysia http://www.kln.gov.my/web/khm_phnom-penh/ No.220-222, Preah Norodom Boulevard, Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Khan Chamkarmorn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia mwphnompenh@kln.gov.my +855-23-216 176, +855-23-216 177 Website:! Address:! ! E-mail:! Tel: Indonesia http://www.Indonesia-phnompenh.org #90, Preah Norodom Blvd., Phnom Penh, Cambodia ! eojc@online.com.kh +855-23-217148, +855-23-217934 Website:! Address:! ! E-mail:! Tel: The Philippines N/A #213, Samdech Sothearos Blvd., Phnom Penh, Cambodia ! phnompenhpe@online.com.kh +855-23-215145, +855-23-982 985 Website:! Address:! ! E-mail:! Tel: Embassy Information For Some Countries ! Note: For countries like Poland, Czech Republic, Egyptetc, you need to either Thailand or Vietnam to apply for visa. More info: Go to http://www.information.gov.kh/english/websiteotherinstitution_en/ambasiesincam_en.html#chi </li> <li> 5. 2. Logistic Preparation When preparing to travel, lay out all your clothes and all your money. Then take half the clothes and twice the money. - Susan Heller </li> <li> 6. Important ! Documents Passport Visa Make a copy of those documents in both hard and soft copy in case of losing Note: </li> <li> 7. Money Currency Visa Card Money-Transferring Channel Expense List Transporta=on Food Accommoda=on Leisure Ac=vity Souvenirs..etc </li> <li> 8. Survival ! Materials Travel Insurance Medicines and Remedies Special OuHits Life Insurance Food Map and Guidebook Contact Informa=on </li> <li> 9. Other! Items Laptop, Phone, Camera Student Card A Copy of Flight Ticket A Copy of Invita=on LeMer Souvenirs / Postcards Project Requirements Na=onal Flag Tradi=onal Food Tradi=onal Clothes Slideshows about Cambodia </li> <li> 10. Making a CHECKLIST is highly recommended </li> <li> 11. 3. Culture Shock Culture shock is a reaction that occurs when a person steps out of a familiar culture and begins to make his or her way in a new culture. It is a normal reaction to a sudden change, and passes as you adjust to the new culture. People react dierently to cultural transitions depending on their background, experiences and personality. Some people are only mildly aected while others react much more strongly. The timing can also dier. You may feel disoriented soon after arrival, or on the other hand you may nd yourself experiencing a reaction only after some time. What? </li> <li> 12. SenseofSatisfaction Time in Country Time at Home Honeymoon Culture Shock Initial Adjustment Mental Isolation Acceptance! and Integration Culture Shocks W-Curve </li> <li> 13. Dealing with Culture Shock 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 Be Prepared Adjust your expectations Develop social networks Keep active and stay positive Keep in touch with home Give yourself time to adjust Seek help if necessary </li> <li> 14. Read Socking Stories Here: http://culture-shock.me/ </li> <li> 15. 4. Risk Management To Do- Remaining friendly, courteous, polite and dignied - Carrying a map - Respecting other people - Keeping attention on important documents such as passport - Traveling in a group - Getting a sim card - Researching or reading guidebook to know about their culture about the country before going - Listening to what AIESECers there advice </li> <li> 16. Not To Do- - - - - - - - - Bringing expensive jewellery Carrying lots of cash at the same time Hanging out late at night alone Attracting a lot of attention in the crowd Involving into any political act Using impolite or discriminating language Being stereotype Getting into a ght with other people Going without travel insurance Carelessly keeping your passport and visa card </li> <li> 17. 5. EP Checklist A. B. C. D. Net Promoter Score Realization Form Weekly Story Updates Submission Criteria </li> <li> 18. A. Net Promoter Score Net Promoter Score is an online survey and feedback form which will be sent to your email from AIESEC International. This survey is used for checking the quality of the delivery of our programmes. What? The email will be sent to you three times to ll; one after Matched, another one after Realized, and last one after Completed the experience. When? EP Form Raised EP Matched EP Realized EP Completion Based on your experience, how likely are you to recommend our programme to a friend or a colleague on a scale of 0 and 10? 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Extremely Unlikely Extremely Likely </li> <li> 19. B. Realization Form Before your departure, please take a few minute lling this Leaving Form. Your response to this form is very important to us as it lets us know about the information regards to your emergency contact, ight detail and the list goes on. C. Weekly Story Updates bit.ly/realization_form Fill In Here: During your experience in the other country, please spend a few minutes in the end of each week to ll this Story Update Form. By lling this, it lets us know about what is happening in your side and also your learning point each week. Please answer each question in paragraph; 50 words would be preferred for each answer.! bit.ly/story_update Fill In Here: </li> <li> 20. D. Submission Criteria After you nish your experience and come back to Cambodia, there are a few things that you need to submit to us:! ! ! Two short videos (at least 1 minute each) of different activities ! during your internship. Those activities can be teaching, ! ! ! eating, dancing, travelingetc.! ! ! One video interviewing an AIESECer there in the topic of ! "Why Become an AIESECer?". You can ask the one of ! ! ! AIESEC member that you will know there.! ! ! Ten good quality photos during your internship. Those pictures ! should be in different situation like with friends, during ! ! ! teaching, picture of food or art...etc. You can take lots of ! ! ! picture rst, then after you come back you can choose.! ! ! One page essay of story sharing to showcase your story to ! ! the world. The content of this essay covers three things: ! ! ! Culture Shock, Impact and Leadership Journey. The length ! ! must be one page at least. </li> </ul>