Recently I was asked to reply in 5 sentences what AIESEC brought to me. It was actually very interesting, to summarize 5 years of my experience in 5 sentences, however I did it and decided to share it in this post.
Today is the last day of my MCP term. If you are not familiar with what that means, that’s completely fine. I am finishing my term for being the President of AIESEC in Serbia. With the year behind me and the opportunity to lead an organization of 400 people, at 24 years old, this was for […]
Recently, I had a chance to walk with my friend from Zagreb – Leo in the center of Ho Chi Minh City before the AIESEC conference. Our friend who has an internship there showed us a park where tourists are sitting with local people and teaching them English. Walking through that park, one of our […]
This post was originally written and published for the blog of AIESEC in Serbia and it can be found on this link (only version in Serbian). I was born in a completely normal and average family. Therefore it is very hard to use “normal” in the same context that covers all happenings that happened in ex-Yugoslavia in 90s. I […]
They often ask me why do I invest my time in AIESEC since I could find a job and get a salary for that job. Even now, when I had to find a job before it was the part of my life plan, if I say “I am the president of AIESEC in Serbia and […]