AIESEC Georgia Tech

What is AIESEC?

AIESEC, which stands for “l’Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales”, was founded by students from several European countries after World War II as a reaction to the polarized global politics of the period. Since then, AIESEC has grown and expanded in scope, but its mission has remained the same: peace and fulfillment of humankind’s potential. AIESEC strives toward its mission through exchange: local committees, such as the one here at Georgia Tech, send and receive students to and from all around the world to foster cultural understanding.

Here at AIESEC Georgia Tech, that’s our goal: we want to send students abroad to volunteer or work at an internship, work with the Atlanta business community to find internships for foreign interns who want to come to the United States, and promote leadership, both within our organization and in those who travel abroad with us. Our members come from diverse backgrounds and foster a wide array of skills – we have sales teams, promotion teams, logistics and management teams, and more – and work to ensure that our local committee is doing everything it can to make AIESEC’s mission statement a reality. So we invite you to reach out, via email, Facebook, Twitter, and more, and learn what AIESEC can do for you!

  • Binita Patel

    Local Committee President

    Binita is an Industrial Engineering and Applied Languages & Intercultural Studies major from Johns Creek, Georgia. She can be reached by email at georgiatech-president@aiesecus.org, or by phone at (678) 973-8776.

  • Megi Guliashvili

    VP of Communications

    Megi is an Industrial Engineering major from Tbilisi, Georgia (the country, not the state), and can be reached at vpcomm-georgiatech@aiesecus.org

  • Marta Correa

    VP Global Talent

    Marta is an International Affairs and Modern Languages (Spanish) major from Bogota, Colombia, and can be reached at vpogip-georgiatech@aiesecus.org

  • Belinda Jivapong

    VP Global Citizen

    Belinda is an International Affairs and Modern Languages (Spanish) major with a pre-health track from Marietta, Georgia (the state, not the country), and can be reached at vpogcdp-georgiatech@aiesecus.org

  • Ola Asonibare

    VP of Account Delivery

    Ola is a Civil Engineering major from Ibadan, Nigeria, and can be reached at vpad-georgiatech@aiesecus.org

  • Yash Khandelwal

    VP of Finance

    Yash is an Industrial Engineering major from Mumbai, India, and can be reached at vpfin-georgiatech@aiesecus.org

  • Timothy Kyung

    VP of Talent Management

    Timothy is a Mechanical Engineering major from Los Angeles, California, and can be reached at vptm-georgiatech@aiesecus.org

  • Aroon Narayanan

    Director of Information Management

    Aroon is an Electrical Engineering major from Alpharetta, Georgia. He is responsible for the design and construction of this website.


What's New at AIESEC Georgia Tech


Go Abroad with AIESEC.

AIESEC can help you see the world. Our internships and global experiences offer you the opportunity to immerse yourself in a new culture while working abroad. Whether you are looking to travel for the summer, a semester, or an entire year, AIESEC offers a wide array of experiences in a variety of locales and fields.

Go Abroad
Global Talent

Global Talent

Go abroad and work through an internship.

Global Citizen

Global Citizen

Go abroad and have a cultural experience.

Global Leader

Global Leader

Become a leader and inspire change in others.

Global Talent

Global Talent

Students from over 35 respected universities in the United States have interned in different countries through AIESEC. Our Global Talent Program combines cultural immersion with professional development to provide an impactful experience. Most opportunities have a long-term duration of six to twelve months and are categorized based on profession; the top three fields for interns from the US are Marketing, Sales, and Teaching. Students with a background or vested interest in these fields can choose from over 3,000 opportunities on our internal platform. Our various partners and positions all provide participants with the skills they desire and need in the global workplace.

Subproducts

The majority of our available internships can be categorized by the following subproducts:

Marketing

Marketing is part creativity and part logic; combining aesthetic with a strong message for a company’s target audience. An understanding of a product positioning is key to this field and interns can expect to build upon previous experience. Those that take on these opportunities can choose to work in graphic design, product design, branding, advertising, web development, and/or social media. In the more operational sense, there are also internships available that deal in buyer behavior, lead generation, process optimization, and strategic planning.

Sales

Recent graduates entering the workplace are seeing difficulty in finding work because of this generation’s great lack of relevant sales experience. Sales is the frontline of action for a firm to establish partnerships and produce results. Our goal is to find bright individuals ready to take on new challenges, especially in the international sector. Interns in this field will get the chance to contribute directly to the bottom line by performing corporate research and selling directly to consumer, commercial, and/or industrial clients.

Teaching

AIESEC is a worldwide leader in providing international teaching opportunities since its inception. Education interns can provide a major impact to the local community by fostering cultural understanding, improving basic work skills, or creating passion for a second language. These opportunities are the most abundant and available in the AIESEC network and are necessary for developing countries as an investment in human capital.

Science and Technology

In an ever increasingly technologically dependent world, it’s important to utilize the savvy skills of our youth. Science and Technology interns can bring their expertise to help further develop these technologies while gaining valuable work experience and expanding their professional development. These opportunities can range from computer education, web development, database management, coding, medicine and health, as well as engineering.

Fees

All programs require a $150 registration fee upon local committee application approval. Once a contract has been signed between the exchange participant and the organization hosting the internship, EPs are charged an additional program fee of $350. This brings the final cost to $500. AIESEC United States does not cover flights, visas, and/or any required vaccinations.

Questions?

Check out this pamphlet for more information or contact Marta Correa, our VP Global Talent, at vpogip-georgiatech@aiesecus.org

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Global Citizen

Global Citizen

Students from over 35 respected universities in the United States have volunteered abroad through AIESEC. Our Global Citizen program combines cultural immersion with social responsibility to provide an impactful experience. Most opportunities have a short-term duration of six to ten weeks and are categorized based on relevant social needs and issues in the developing world. Exchange participants (EPs) with a background or vested interest in these fields can choose from over 8,000 opportunities on our internal platform. Our various partners and positions provide EPs with the global experiences they crave.

Subproducts

Cultural Understanding

AIESEC partners with NGOs and start-ups across the globe to create social welfare project in less-developed and developing countries. Exchange participants from the United States have a tremendous impact to these local communities: from designing and running events to promote cultural understanding to working directly with youth in schools to teach them about the world around them.

AIESEC provides EPs with opportunities to develop professional skills in new cultural settings. Our volunteers gain hands-on experience working with NGOs and small businesses in communities to develop relevant and culturally suitable solutions. to local problems. Projects in this category may be in the fields of marketing, micro-finance, NGO management, social business, or organizational development.

Education

AIESEC works with schools and organizations around the world to promote literacy and education. Exchange participants can teach students and educate communities on topics including health and lifestyle, or through English education.

Environement

Protecting the environment is a major part of the global development agenda and Exchange participants can directly impact communities struggling with moving towards becoming a little bit greener. Promote and participate in sustainable development projects regarding energy conservation, pollution, climate change, flora and fauna conservation, recycling, and waste management.

Fees

All programs require a $150 registration fee upon local committee application approval. Once a contract has been signed between the exchange participant and the organization hosting the internship, EPs are charged an additional program fee of $350. This brings the final cost to $500. AIESEC United States does not cover flights, visas, and/or any required vaccinations.

Questions?

Check out this pamphlet for more information or contact Belinda Jivapong, our VP Global Citizen, at vpogcdp-georgiatech@aiesecus.org

Apply NowExplore

Global Citizen

Global Leader

By joining AIESEC, you become part of the world's largest youth-run organization and connected to a global network of like-minded peers who want to change the world. You'll be able to inspire others and change lives, all while developing your own personal and professional skills.

We're not currently accepting applications at this time, but we encourage you to check back for updates!


Get Global Interns.

Companies interested in hiring global interns through AIESEC are encouraged to check out our business portal.