Think Young | AIESEC – Way Forward ~ Entrepreneurship School Kenya 2016.

enteprenuership school

Are you ready to learn more about entrepreneurship?  Are you aware of the Entrepreneurship School Kenya 2016? Book the period between 4th April to 8th April 2016 for this epic session.

During the 5 day programme you will be given the opportunity to question experienced entrepreneurs on a number of topics: exposing you to real experiences and stories of both entrepreneurial success and failure.

Participants from all over Kenya will engage closely with exciting entrepreneurs, via a ‘learning by doing’ methodology.


Fees of Kshs 1,000 (10 USD)

Click HERE To Apply

N/B : Note also that applications for the school are only accepted from our website.

Fore more information, visit our website “HERE“. See you soon!


Hey AIESEC, Greetings from Nairobi,

AIESEC in Kenya sounds the horn calling out all brave AIESECers looking for that challenging and life changing experience. Are you passionate about the organization? Are you ready to lead AIESEC in Kenya into AIESEC 2020?

Say no more this is the perfect platform for you! Find out more about TURNING PASSION INTO ACTION “HERE“.
We are eagerly and enthusiastically looking forward to your application package.




AIESEC Myanmar needs your creative and innovative design and marketing skills!  Do you posses these valuable skills? We got an opportunity for you. 

AIESEC Myanmar is on its way to becoming an entity to look out for, with so much potential for exchange and expansions, we envision ourselves in the top tiers by 2020!

This cannot happen without the right foundations however, and right now, we need your help with Marketing and Communications! DONT HESITATE, APPLY “HERE“.

Good luck!

The Skills of 2020 and Changing Leadership

The societies we live in today are vastly different from what they were twenty, or even ten, years ago. The pace of the world is increasing exponentially, due to technology and its effects on the daily life of human beings. The most prevalent of these effects is no doubt the capacity for global connection.

TIME Magazine recently published an article with an infographic detailing the projected ten most important work skills required for the workplace in the year 2020 — which alarmingly, is only a little over five years away. Five years might feel a long way away for now, but in today’s fast-paced society, time flies.

2020 skills

Success lies in preparation, and so we must ask ourselves, what does this mean for today’s skills training and how we can keep up for 2020?

What may set the individual or leader apart is the ability to adapt and innovate, a keenness for learning, and zero tolerance for complacency.

There are a number of things expected to change by 2020, including increased longevity (longer life spans), the heightened role that technology and computation will play in our personal and professional lives, and intensified globalization. Simply put, the world is finding ways to do things better and to get more out of it. If we are optimistic, we can expect to live in an “improved” society by 2020.

For leaders, however, it is important to realize that this improvement begins right now at this moment, not five years later. When the skills of 2020 demands people to own a wider sense of social intelligence, computational thinking, cross cultural competency. In addition, it requires leaders to be capable of new media literacy, virtual collaboration, and transdisciplinary work — the learning curve begins now.

Those we deem worthy of leadership are those who are “one step ahead”, and who are “leading the way”. They are the ones who are willing to take risks and able to adapt to change, and in doing so, become role models for those who wish to follow.

Leaders in today’s world must have a solid knowledge of both the past and a future, and secure understanding of where they themselves fit in between or bridge the gap. The world is expanding, and people need to grow along with it — as the world becomes better, so must we.

Here at AIESEC, we also wanted to identify some of the top skills young people were wanting to develop today, and our YouthSpeak survey with 25,000 millennial respondents showed that leadership / team management, new languages, critical thinking and problem solving skills were still the most in-demand to help them get ahead over the next few years.

The skills you need today versus in the future are rapidly changing. Are you prepared for the skills of 2020?

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