In one of our last articles we told you about the European Training Courses (ETCs) that the AEGEE-Academy created in collaboration with the Comité Directeur (CD) this spring. Our Editor-in-Chief, Janine Kuroczik, was lucky enough to get selected as one of the participants for the ETC on project and event management, and so she went on a journey to the… Read more →
AEGEE-Academy and Comité Directeur unite their forces for ETCs
AEGEE-Academy is a group of young and motivated trainers from all over Europe that aim to provide all us AEGEEans with great training opportunities to build up our skills. This spring, they are organizing two European Training Courses in collaboration with the Comité Directeur. Learn more about amazing opportunities to improve your skills in this article! Hey and thank you… Read more →
AEGEE-Academy: 20 years of learning and sharing
The AEGEE culture has always been about learning and sharing. That is why it is one of the strongest youth networks in the world. This year AEGEE-Academy marks its 20th anniversary. Over the past two decades it continues to hold stick to the mission to train and to develop AEGEEans all over the world. With a lot of enthusiasm and… Read more →
SUPS – The Road That Leads to a SUper Event
The Summer University Project School is going to take place this year in Catania from the 7th until the13th of March. The participants will learn all they need to know in order to organize the perfect Summer University. We asked Ioana Duca, Main Organizer of SUPS 2016 and Roberto Patanè, president of AEGEE-Catania and SUPS Responsible, about the event, so… Read more →
Press for PRES: Ready for a challenging European School?
Every year the Academy, in cooperation with the Public Relations Committee, organises a one week training: the Public Relations European School (PRES). This event is an unique opportunity to develop skills in terms of PR strategy and in particular in the fields of corporate identity, presentation techniques and development of PR materials. This year, PRES will take place in Poznań,… Read more →
European School 1 – Be the last missing piece!
17 participants, 6 trainers, 6 main organizers, 9 days, many guests and helpers. From the 17th till the 25th of May 2014, the AEGEE-Academy, together with AEGEE-Enschede had organized one of the most important trainings in our association – “European School 1” aka ES1. Two years after the Agora in Enschede, AEGEE was back to the University of Twente,… Read more →
The AEGEE-Academy: A Phoenix Rising from the Ashes
Ever since its establishment in 1999, the AEGEE Academy has been working hard to develop and strengthen the human resources of AEGEE and to stimulate the motivation of its members, by providing them with non-formal learning experiences. Last April the new board of the Academy was elected, starting their term on the 1st of June after their Knowledge Transfer. Next… Read more →
Learn & Share! – The AEGEE-Academy Is Back On Track
Restoring the AEGEE-Academy to its former glory – this has been the main goal of the board of the AEGEE Academy in the past six months and they have ambitious plans to keep working on during this new term. The Academy has recently hold elections, and their previous board members, Maartje Natrop (AEGEE-Utrecht), Costas Deltouzos (AEGEE-Patra) and Patrick Scholz (AEGEE-Aachen)… Read more →
Working Groups’ Monthly Newsletter – September 2012
+ Do you know what the Working Groups did in September? + Are you aware of what kind of tasks they develop and which topics they are tackling? + Do want to know more about them but actually you never had the chance to do so? Here you are with Issue 8 of the Working Groups’ Monthly Newsletter – September 2012. You… Read more →
New kids on the block!
Check out our new trainers in The Academy! Patrick – AEGEE-Aachen “I have been a member of AEGEE for almost six years and have been the most active in Human Resources (HR) and Network field; as a board member (HR responsible) in AEGEE-Aachen, and as the Network Commissioner and NetCom speaker. Also, I’ve been active in everything related… Read more →