Naast dat je bij AEGEE-Groningen lokaal actief kan worden is het ook mogelijk om op Europees niveau actief te worden bij AEGEE-Europe. Hieronder vind je een overzicht van een aantal van onze leden die dat zijn (of zijn geweest) en wat zij dan zoal doen.
Heeft dit bij jou ook het Europees vuur doen branden? Benader de European Affairs Director om de mogelijkheden te bespreken.
Patricia de Vos (Former HRC)
Since October 2017 I’m active in the Human Resources Committee (HRC). After taking part in their Agora Mentorship Project in Catania as a mentor, I became very enthusiastic about their work and decided to apply. I got accepted and spent the last year as the project manager of the topic ‘Transparency’ which included leading the Agora Mentorship Project that I first took part in as a mentor. This big project is running for several Agorae and has the goal to prepare first time Agora-participants by matching them with experienced AEGEEans. But, that’s not the only thing the HRC does. We are also very busy with hot HR-related topics as the AEGEE-Identity, knowledge transfer, alumni managment etc. We even had our own live meeting in Warschau, Poland which was awesome. So, to conclude: the HRC works with a lot of different topics and we also have a lot of different AEGEEans in our committee, which makes the HRC very fun to be part of. The HRC also enables us all to ‘inleash our superHeRoes’!
Roger op Heij (HRC)
What is that, the HRC, who are we and what do we do? The committee focuses to help the network to stimulate and activate you and every other AEGEE member, to participate, to learn and to do great projects within AEGEE. From when you just started as a member until you trade our beloved organization for a bigger and working world, we are there to support you when it comes to the most valuable resource of our organization, people and their, i.e. your, skills! Our team currently consists of 24 members, new as well as experienced from all around Europe, all from different locals. We are a perfect example of a virtual team since most of us haven’t met each other face-to-face.
We work together with and support locals and European bodies like the European executive board, the Comité Directeur, the Network Committee and AEGEE Academy by providing them with information regarding Human Resources. Our slogan – “Squeeze that Potential!” – is a good reflection of our main goal in the network: we strive to get the maximum potential out of every AEGEE member. Our pride and our work are shaped in the form of HR related projects. During these projects we collect information and data and summarize this information and data. Based on these data we make booklets, training sessions and workshops. But also think of bigger projects like the Agora mentorship project, that is us!
If you want to meet us and get to know us better, show up at the Agora Fair during the Agora. We will have our own stand there with some fun workshops and games to get you familiar with the European level and the bodies which operate on this level. We would love to provide you with answers to all your HR-related questions but also further questions you have for our committee. For every part of the Human Resource Cycle, from questions regarding recruitment, to questions regarding people become Alumni or exit AEGEE. You can even let us know if you are interested in becoming part of the HRC and work with us.
So check out the countless possibilities and opportunities around Europe and hope to see you somewhere around Europe!
Charley Sjerps (Subcommissioner of the Network Commission)
As a Subcommissioner, or Subcommie for short, of the Network Commission I assist the Network Commissioner of our Area with several tasks to ensure that all locals function smoothly and further develop the Network.
Within the current SubCom team I proudly carry out two tasks, PR-Responsible and Local Responsible.
As PR-Responsible I manage the Pancake Area Facebook page (click here), promote European Events and AEGEE opportunities as well as create clear promotional designs according to AEGEE-Europe’s Visual Identity. Being a PR-Responsible is a fun and creative task that allows me to make more people enthusiastic about the European side of AEGEE.
Next to being a PR-Responsible I am also the Local Responsible of AEGEE-Amsterdam and AEGEE-Eindhoven. I aid their boards whenever they are in need of assistance and make sure that these locals are healthy and making the most out of their network. Being a local Responsible is great, its fun to do and you have an excuse to crash other locals’ parties. 🙂