How to prepare for an online interview

In an age of developing technology, more and more job applications are handled online. From emailing CVs to online interviews, the process of applying and being employed is increasingly digitized. Online interviews, in particular, are becoming increasingly common as an interviewing tool, as they save on logistics, and are easier to arrange. So, how do […]

How to perfect your CV

  Writing your CV can be a daunting task. You’re basically trying to market yourself to potential employers, be giving an overview of your work history, skill set and accomplishments. But in a super-competitive world, where you’re battling with many others for the job, how can you make your CV stand out amongst others? Write […]

Four things you can learn from being a volunteer

To some, volunteering is seen as “hard work for no gain”, or something similarly dismissive. Whilst you (usually) get no material reward out of volunteering, this is more than compensated for by the intangible benefits. Volunteering opportunities can change lives, both yours and the lives of those you’re helping. You will also gain a plethora […]

Happy Volunteers´ Week 2019!

Happy Volunteers´ Week everyone! This week we want to say a big thank you to everyone in the world who is taking out time to make our planet a better place: Happy volunteers´ week! Initially, the campaign was established in 1984 by Volunteering England. Today it is coordinated by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations […]

AIESEC Exchange Checklist of Things to Do

So, you’ve been accepted, you’ve paid, and you’re ready to go! But before you go on your merry adventure, here’s a list of things you should ensure you’ve either done or will do in plenty of time, before you head away.  Visas and Work Permits: do you have the necessary documentation? Always remember to […]