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  • CEE Newsletter | Volume 3 | 12th of October 2012

    1. EuroCo 2012 - RomaniaFrom October 18th to 24rd 2012, EuroCo (European Congress), will take place in Romania for the first time ever. With around 200 participants coming from all over Europe and North America, EuroCo 2012 acts as an international meeting platform for more than 40 countries.

    The main goal for the seven days of workshops, discussions and seminars is to provide the LCPs from CEE and WENA with the right skill-set and mindset to bring growth and development to the two regions.

    If you would like to follow-up on the conference, please stay tuned to their Facebook Page --> http://www.facebook.com/euroco2012?fref=ts

    Message from the CCWe are delighted to invite you to join us on this journey. Take a chance to make history as we take the road less trodden as we develop as individuals as we grow in AIESEC as we organize EuroCo 2012, Romania.

    Central and Eastern Europe Newsletter

    Volume 312th of October 2012

    1.EuroCo 20122.CEE Performance3.CEEdership Initiative4.Opportunity Corner 5.CEE Recognition

    Content

  • CEE Newsletter | Volume 3 | 12th of October 2012

    2. CEE Performance Q3 2012

    A. International Program Performance

    Sub RegionSub Region GIP TNGIP TNGIP TNGIP TN GIP EPGIP EPGIP EPGIP EP GCDP TNGCDP TNGCDP TNGCDP TN GCDP EPGCDP EPGCDP EPGCDP EPQ312 Q311 % Gr Re % Q312 Q311 % Gr Re % Q312 Q311 % Gr Re % Q312 Q311 % Gr Re %CACT SubRegion Armenia Azerbaijan Georgia Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Tajikistan TurkeyFY SubRegion Albenia Bosnia - Herz. Croatia Macedonia Serbia SloveniaEE SubRegion Bulgaria Moldova RomaniaCE SubRegion Czech Rep. Hungary Poland SlovakiaBaltic SubRegion Estonia Latvia LithuaniaR+U SubRegion Russia UkraineTotal CEEAIESEC Globally

    0 0 0% 0% 2 1 100% 17% 3 0 100% 20% 1 3 -67% 5%2 3 -33% 40% 3 3 0% 100% 0 0 0% NA 23 7 229% 230%0 0 0% NA 1 0 100% 25% 1 1 0% 17% 33 34 -3% NA0 0 0% 0% 3 4 -25% 67% 22 10 120% 100% 37 37 0% 106%0 6 -100% NA 2 1 100% NA 3 1 200% NA 20 16 25% NA1 0 100% NA 0 1 -100% NA 1 6 -83% NA 3 0 NA

    111 108 3% 117% 40 52 -23% 55% 130 361 -64% 93% 151 117 29% 92%

    0 0 NA NA 0 0 NA NA 0 0 NA NA 0 0 NA 0%0 0 0% 33% 2 1 100% 33% 0 3 -100% NA 5 0 100% 42%11 2 450% 53% 10 7 43% 53% 1 4 -75% 100% 14 11 27% 78%0 0 0% NA 2 5 -60% 50% 1 1 0% 100% 12 4 200% 48%

    41 2 1950% NA 19 16 19% NA 143 60 138% NA 87 78 12% NA0 1 -100% 0% 11 5 120% 37% 0 1 -100% 0% 10 8 25% 500%

    5 3 67% 31% 19 24 -21% 37% 56 42 33% 76% 29 29 0% 23%0 0 0% 0% 2 4 -50% 50% 52 21 148% 104% 13 9 44% 130%9 11 -18% NA 40 56 -29% NA 105 126 -17% NA 99 95 4% NA

    30 16 88% 83% 35 27 30% 88% 98 65 51% 91% 167 116 44% 95%29 24 21% 126% 30 20 50% 50% 58 30 93% 56% 59 22 168% 120%51 53 -4% NA 118 128 -8% NA 323 239 35% NA 299 345 -13% NA16 9 78% 107% 18 22 -18% 64% 41 12 242% 76% 49 28 75% 117%

    1 4 -75% 33% 7 8 -13% 121% 2 0 100% 67% 22 25 -12% 92%0 1 -100% 0% 2 7 -71% 17% 0 1 -100% NA 7 5 40% 88%4 2 100% 50% 10 10 0% 53% 1 0 100% 100% 12 2 500% 120%

    24 27 -11% 80% 94 93 1% 67% 343 450 -24% 127% 261 253 3% 97%5 12 -58% 28% 41 53 -23% 49% 250 225 11% 90% 126 114 11% 41%

    340 284 20% 511 548 -7% 1634 1659 -2% 1539 1358 13%1648 1550 6% 1648 1729 -5% 7155 5183 38% 7155 5004 43%

    Legend: - Q311 - Performance for Q3 2011- Q312 - Performance for Q3 2011- % Gr - Relative Growth- Re % - Realization Rate, calculated based on the objectives each Cy has set for Q3 2012

    In this section I have analyzed the Program Performance of each subregion compared to last years Q3 and based on Realization Rate, highlighting, for each Program, which where the progressive and regressive behaviors of growth. As well, at the bottom of each table you have the overall Performance and growth for both CEE and the Global Association.

  • CEE Newsletter | Volume 3 | 12th of October 2012

    Some thoughts:In terms of the International Programs:- Overall, growth has been registered for

    the GCDP programs in most of the cases

    - We have had as well a 20% growth for overall GIP TN which is major improvement over the global registered growth for this program in Q3 - this clearly shows that we are focusing finally on GIP TN as well

    - I would like to point out the major contribution of the Central East Region for the overall growth the Cy have registered on all of the Intentional Programs

    - As fro the Realist Rate, we can clearly see that for GIP there is still a very ambitious planning approach, but still difficulty in delivering the objectives. As for GCDP, a lot of countries are achieving or over-achieving their se objectives

    In terms of the Domestic Programs:- There is a major drop in performance

    eon the TMP side which may indicate the lack of activity and members during the summer period

    - TLP has remained steady in terms of growth, although we can see that the smaller countries have registered growth on this program - this indicates the presence of activity for members

    - In terms of Realization Rate, TLP is mostly on target but there is still work to be done on the TMP side

    Highlights:

    In CACT Subregion - AIESEC in Kazakstan for growth in all International Programs and AIESEC Armenia for growth on all Domestic Programs

    In FEY Subregion - congratulation to all the countries of this region for growth on the OGX side, especially the GCDP area

    In EE Subregion - both AIESEC Moldova for growth on the GCDP area and AIESEC Bulgaria showed growth on the Domestic Programs

    In CE Subregion - AIESEC Hungary and AIESEC Czech Republic for growth on all the International Programs for growth in all International Programs,

    In Baltic Subregion - AIESEC Lithuania for growth on GCDP area

    Special Cograts to AIESEC Czech Republic for having both growth on all of their ELD Programs (except TMP) and as well having an over 85% Realization Rate for their set objectives for Q3. Amazing job guys!!!

    B. Domestic Program Performance

    Sub RegionSub Region TMPTMPTMP TLPTLPTLPQ212 Q211 % Gr Re % Q212 Q211 % Gr Re%CACT SubRegion Armenia Azerbaijan Georgia Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Tajikistan TurkeyFY SubRegion Albania Bosnia - Herz. Croatia Macedonia Serbia SloveniaEE SubRegion Bulgaria Moldova RomaniaCE SubRegion Czech Rep. Hungary Poland SlovakiaBaltic SubRegion Estonia Latvia LithuaniaR+U SubRegion Russia UkraineTotal CEE

    AIESEC Globally

    41 23 78% 117% 29 12 142% 580%1 19 -95% 100% 5 14 -64% 24%7 1 600% 7% 7 0 100% 47%4 35 -89% 44% 7 16 -56% 58%3 4 -25% NA 4 5 -20% NA0 0 0% NA 0 0 0% NA

    63 409 -85% 21% 65 85 -24% 108%

    0 0 0% 0% 0 0 0% 0%30 18 67% 27% 28 19 47% 80%

    200 204 -2% 100% 81 63 29% 100%12 46 -74% 40% 15 20 -25% 136%

    257 165 56% NA 110 91 21% NA8 20 -60% 27% 10 17 -41% 100%

    302 168 80% 140% 84 52 62% 131%55 35 57% 46% 30 14 114% 150%411 957 -57% NA 155 157 -1% NA

    76 169 -55% 76% 49 31 58% 65%149 198 -25% 72% 121 98 23% 101%262 509 -49% NA 183 182 1% NA41 138 -70% 73% 17 32 -47% 142%

    46 77 -40% NA 48 30 60% NA23 43 -47% 58% 5 14 -64% 63%13 38 -66% 29% 22 25 -12% 56%

    280 526 -47% 42% 133 154 -14% 51%264 386 -32% 64% 174 160 9% 88%2548 4188 1382 129115679 17893 -12% 7935 6892 15%

  • C. CEE Contribution for Q3

    CEE Other GNs

    Q3 09

    Q3 11

    0 500 1000 1500 20001305

    12731238

    923

    343277301

    225

    GIP TN

    Q3 09

    Q3 11

    0 500 1000 1500 20001136

    11811116

    843

    512548567

    496

    GIP EP

    Q3 09

    Q3 11

    0 2000 4000 6000 80005521

    35242232

    1323

    16341659

    1080520

    GCDP TN

    Q3 09

    Q3 11

    0 2000 4000 6000 80005615

    36432276

    1284

    15401361

    893368

    GCDP EP

    Q3 09

    Q3 11

    0 5000 10000 15000 2000013125

    136909048

    6084

    256042034064

    2619

    TMP

    Q3 09

    Q3 11

    0 2000 4000 6000 80006584

    55883900

    2724

    135213041343

    859

    TLP

    CEE Newsletter | Volume 3 | 12th of October 2012

    Some thoughts:In terms of the International Programs:- The situation for Q3 2012 is very interesting in terms of growth:

    - On the GIP side, we can clearly see hat there is a growth on the Incoming side. Which is on the same growth line as the global performance. But we still have the biggest contribution in the network on the GIP EP side, although we have had a decrease In performance compared to the same period as last years

    - On the GCDP side, the TN area is stagnating, we have not managed to over-perform last years growth. As for the EP side, our 12% growth is on the same proportion as the global growth for this program

    In terms of the Domestic Programs:- For the TMP, there is a major drop in performance compared to the same period last year. The same trend is

    present on global level, which could be due to the following reasons: - Platform issue | lack of knowledge on working with the platform to put the team in the right stage |

    Focus on Exchange over summer - giving members more International Experiences rather the TMP ones

    - As for the TLP side, we can see a slight increase in performance, but compared to the global trend, as a region we are loosing a lot of contribution for this program on global level

  • 3. CEEdership Initiative

    CEE Newsletter | Volume 3 | 12th of October 2012

    AIESEC Country

    Type of CEEDehip

    Type of CEEDehip

    Level of Support

    What kind of HR would you offer?

    What kind of HR would you need?

    Can you invest? How much?

    No of CEEDers Timeline

    Albania MC LC Functional Area support, Recruitment support $ 2 Autumn Recruitment 2012, Spring Recruitment 2013

    Armenia MC LC Functional Area support, TL Support $ more that 70 Euro / CEED 3 Autumn Recruitment 201