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5 Reasons to Work Abroad While You're Young

October 19, 2016 / 0 Comments / in Global Talent, travel, aiesec, work abroad / by Alka John
It’s a big world out there and it can definitely seem a little daunting sometimes, but living and working abroad can have so many advantages. Hopefully, by the end of this article, you’re making a move to work in a different country. 
Here are 5 reasons why you should make that move:
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Demystifying Russia

October 17, 2016 / 0 Comments / in Global Citizen, travel, aiesec, russia / by Haimi Jariwala

An alluring woman slips into an elegant dress. Her hair blonde, her gown black, hanging low across her back. She walks down the stairs to the hotel bar, orders a martini, and casually leans against an astute businessman who is engrossed in a rich game of poker. Pan out to see the most magnificent white stretches of the world through the hotel windows; the snowy sets of Russia capturing the moments of intensity and excitement.

As the woman sips her martini, it becomes obvious that she is an accomplice of the mafia, sent to try and lure the influential man to gain access to the most preserved secret of the country.

Does this story sound familiar to you? It's a scene that plays out in the Bond movies, practically spelling 007.

This is what Russia is to Hollywood. This is what Russia has been to all of us who have only witnessed it through Hollywood. However, anyone who has visited the country, Russia is so much more. It’s art, history, culture, food and most importantly, the benevolence of the people of this country.

Here are just a few facts to demistify the myth of Russia. 
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Demystifying Egypt

September 24, 2016 / 0 Comments / in travel, egypt / by Kingshuk Ghosh

Growing up, our first acquaintance with Egypt took place in the pages of the history book. Building its mystery and mysticism up in our imaginations, whenever we think of Egypt, a vivid image of the Pyramids, the Nile and a sandy desert appears.

But, Egypt is far more than an ancient civilization ruled by the Pharaohs. Only by visiting this beautiful and majestic country can its essence be truly captured. In this post we attempt to capture the essence of the country and leave you with a few anecdotes on how to make your internship to Egypt comfortable, smooth and the memory of a lifetime.

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The Myth Of Entrepreneurship

September 21, 2016 / 0 Comments / in entrepreneurs / by Himangi Arora

Entrepreneurship is this era’s most remarkable upsurge. 

From being the most “talked about” hype in colleges, to a style statement in its own sense, the idea of “starting up” is widely becoming the choice of every young graduate and undergraduate who claim to detest the idea of living life from 9-5.  It is undeniable that the start-up culture, aka entrepreneurship, is the new youth cool.

Entrepreneurship however, a call of glory as the young minds of the country, has finally discovered a better trend. It is an intelligent lead towards shaping better career perspectives and being an employment generator. It’s a movement towards the growth of the country.

Nonetheless, even after all the sensation and success it is, entrepreneurship is still a term that is poorly understood. Here are some common myths of entrepreneurship and our take on debunking them.

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How To Travel Abroad Without Spending A Bomb

September 16, 2016 / 0 Comments / in volunteer abroad / by Aarushi Nayyar

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Maaza's Agricultural Revolution

July 31, 2016 / 0 Comments / by Ankith Abraham

AIESEC India and Coca-Cola India go long back with our relations.

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What Employers Want

July 28, 2016 / 0 Comments / by Nadiya Shaikh

We all know it, looking for a job can be an unnerving experience.

There are numerous qualified professionals out there, all competing for limited number of positions and employers fighting to the nail to hire the best talent. The competition is fierce, but due to the academic pressure, colleges and universities don't take as much time to invest in the practical skills you need to be employable.

It's a tough market out there, and you'll need to go that extra mile to develop those skills and competencies that gives you an edge.

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Travel Pocket Notes | Malavika Issar

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Travel Pocket Notes | Piyush Barskar

Coming out of my comfort zone was one of the most important things that made the Global Citizen opportunity attractive. I never knew that the first day of this internship itself will prove to be such a challenge.
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Travel Pocket Notes | Aayushi Shelat

May 22, 2016 / 0 Comments / in youth, travel, experience / by Aayushi Shelat
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