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A motivation letter, also called a letter of motivation, is a short one-page-long letter that explains why you’re the perfect candidate for the position by using examples of your interests and achievements.
The difference between a motivation letter vs a cover letter is that a cover letter gives specific examples of how your job experience and skills match the opening you’re applying for. A motivation letter, on the other hand, focuses more on your personality, interests, and motives for applying.
Please write a page long motivation letter addressed to your Local Plenary through the Electoral Committee Chair.
See sample here
A letter stating you were not involved in any sexual abuse, harassment, and/or other ethics cases in any of the entities you’ve worked with, signed by entity’s ESC Chair.
The link to your LCP application video that consist of:
– a brief introduction of yourself, your AIESEC experiences, motivation, and the main ideas you have for the Local Committee as LCP 23.24
– The video must not exceed seven minutes.
– You can choose to give a general answer of the AIESEC (in Local Committee) that you envision in the next year or
you can choose to give further explanation of one of the questions in the Specific Questionnaire.
The link should be placed in a separate pdf and should be clickable.
A one-page summary of your entire application.
A bio is a detailed description of someone’s life, professional background, education history, achievements, and skill set. Unlike a curriculum vitae, a bio presents a person’s life by highlighting important aspects such as their unique skill set, details of their professional experience, notable projects they are involved in, and an analysis of their personality.
Please submit a one-page bio as part of your application
See sample here
A one-page information sheet about your AIESEC career, other relevant experiences outside AIESEC, and your contact details.
There are six sections of questions you need to answer.
You are to answer all the questions in sections one to five. For section six, you need to answer only the questions for your Local Committee.
A one-page document visualizing your answer to the blank paper challenge question
As a part of your application package, you need to submit the following endorsement letters:
An endorsement from a Member Committee Member from any entity. The topic for the recommendation should be: Why they believe you will make a good leader and what skills they believe you have that will be of necessity to anyone who holds the role.
An endorsement letter from any Executive Board Member from the Entity. The topic should be: Why they believe you will make a good leader and what skills they believe you have that will be of necessity to anyone who holds the role.
An endorsement letter from someone who has led you before. the topic for the recommendation should be: What are your core strengths and points of improvement during the role
An endorsement letter from someone who you have led before. the topic for the recommendation should be: What is your team management style and what skills did you show when leading the person.
An endorsement letter from someone who you have worked with before. the topic for the recommendation should be: What was your role in the achievements of the team, your contributions to it, and your most important point of improvement.
A one-page document containing a screenshot from your most recent 16-personality test result.
You can take the test here
A one-page document containing the contact details of two people outside of AIESEC who have agreed to serve as references for you.
They will be testifying to your ability and/or reliability to hold the Local Committee president role.
The needed details are:
-Their full name
-Your relationship with them
-Their Phone number (Callable and Text able)
-Their Email Address (A functioning and readily accessible email address)
A signed release addressed to the Electoral Committee Chair stating you agree to upload your documents in an external platform to give access to the plenary to evaluate it. The letter must be signed by you.
Immediately after the election, the LCP is required to devote attention to selecting the executive board. The timeline for EB selection is scheduled to end on October 30th 2022
The current LCP is the primary responsible for LCP transitioning. However, immediately after the election, the LCP 23.24 will be required to take huge responsibility for ensuring transition.
Upon election, there will be a release of national sub-committee applications. Because of the size of the entity, all LCPs are required to be part of sub-committees