Here's shortly what happened during plenaries of AGM 2013.
The new International Board was elected in AGM! They will start their transition period in July and we are convinced they will do a great job.
Our new IB is:
President: Stefan Jahnke (ESN Sweden)
Vice-President: Dominique Montagnese (ESN France)
Communication Manager: Robert Klimacki (ESN Poland)
Treasurer: Jonathan Jelves (ESN Sweden)
Webmaster: Salih Odabasi (ESN Turkey)
OC AGM 2014
was elected and next year AGM will take place in Milan!
was also approved on Sunday.
The CI and VIM changes
were approved so from now on ESN-logo and star can be used in full colours without always using the original, colourful version of the ESN-star. Most of the Standing Order changes were also accepted. Alumni SO changes
didn’t go through, meaning they remained the same they’ve been before. The biggest SO change concerns the Chairing Team of CNR and CND and it was accepted with the amendment. This means from now on the CT consists of CNR Administrator, CNR Secretary (both elected for one year), technical assistant and a chair who is one of the NRs and elected separately for every meeting.
Once more we want to thank all of the Finnish delegation for your great attendance and ESN-spirit that you showed!
ESN Finland is looking for a national SocialErasmus coordinator in Finland. SocialErasmus is one of the projects of ESN International which aims to promote a social attitude amongst international students all over Europe. The idea behind the project is that international students can benefit at the utmost from the local community and also enrich the local community by actively participating in SocialErasmus projects/events. International students can volunteer in three main areas: education charity and environment. If you are new with SocialErasmus, please check out the website http://www.esn.org/content/socialerasmus or contact me directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As the position is new, the new coordinator will be working closely with the NR of Finland (me) and he/she has a great opportunity to contribute to the strategy of the SocialErasmus in Finland. The elected coordinator will get help and support from the Board and he/she will be introduced to the project. The main duties of the person is to coordinate the SocialErasmus projects and events in Finland, to provide information for the sections and to be the link between Finland and the international SocialErasmus coordinator.
What are the requirements?
The most important requirement of the coordinator is motivation. Everything else can be learned but the person should be willing to contribute to the project with new ideas and encourage the sections in Finland to organize SocialErasmus events. Of course, commitment to the project is also required and the coordinator should be willing to give his/her time for the project.
In case you got interested, please send a short motivation letter to email@example.com. Deadline to apply is May 19!
Are you good at visualizing your own and others ideas?
Do you have a good eye on color and shape composition?
Graphics software are at least in some level familiar to you?
Do you have already great ideas what kind of cloth line and gadgets ESN Finland could have?
YES!? Then become part of ESN Finland volunteer group and make your designs seen - everywhere worldwide! This is a good way to get a huge marking on your graphics portfolio and CV!
Send an application with 1-2 ideas for cloth line, gadget etc. graphics to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 19!