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CENTRAL ESTIEM?

Central ESTIEM can be seen as the working place in ESTIEM. It aims to provide a framework where people can work together and develop their ideas with like-minded ESTIEMers. The Central ESTIEM structure consist of the board and several entities that support the board and the network and others that focus on the value creation by coordinating the organization of services. More information on Central ESTIEM can be found below.

There are many reasons why you should join Central ESTIEM. First of all, you will be working in an international team. In this team you can create your own impact by developing ideas or starting initiatives. Furthermore, it is a great opportunity to develop yourself by learning new things and improve a variety of skills.
Last but not least, it is amazing to be part of an European Community. In this community you will make new friends, collaborate with people from different cultures and have a lot of fun!

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CENTRAL ESTIEM?

How to Get Active?

1. Join Actives List

Actives mail list is the main communication channel for actives of ESTIEM. 
You’ll be updated about Central ESTIEM, Council Meetings, job and study opportunities after you subscribe.

2. Check the Open Calls Newsletter

Once you subscribe to Actives’ List, you’ll receive a monthly Open Calls Newsletter which is the email that shows available positions inside Central teams! You can check positions’ details here on the Get Active! Page down below!

3. Apply To A Position!

Check the Open Call document and write a motivational letter to the respective leader and recruitment.hrc@estiem.org in cc to apply for any of the positions. 

If you want to join ESTIEM Central but don’t know which entity to choose, take this quiz and find out which entity suits what you are looking for!

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OPEN POSITIONS

Deadline to apply

The next Open Positions will be out on the 15th of November!

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ESTIEM HUNT

The ESTIEM Hunt is an international recruitment event for IEM Students to find an internship or job opportunity all over Europe! The event helps to establish a direct connection between ESTIEMers and companies in order to increase the interaction for job opportunities and knowledge about international recruitment. members.

As a member of the CR team, you will be in charge of finding new partnership opportunities both with universities and companies for the event. Moreover, since you will be part of the event team itself, you will also contribute fully to the creation of the event agenda and logistics, making it a very full experience 🙂 If you are interested in contributing to the network AND having the chance to get experience and contacts in the professional world, don’t miss your chance!

 

Tasks of CR team member will include the following:

  • Finding new interesting contacts to approach
  • Approaching potential new partners
  • Being part of the negotiations

 

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Contact the leader here: kutay.hayta@estiem.org 

Professional Development Committee

Take a deep dive into the exciting field of IEM, together with fellow IEM students and highly recognised and qualified researchers and experts. In the PDC, you will contribute to the development of IEM by carrying out research in the field of IEM and putting your (research) skills into practice. Engage in an inspiring network of institutional partners, education networks and research groups and discover how to make an international scientific impact.

Our team consists of hard-working students who want to develop themselves personally and professionally. If you see yourself eager to evolve in this professional, yet fun environment and are motivated to dedicate time and passion to ESTIEM, this committee is made for you! If you apply for the Open Calls of January you might even still be invited for the PDC Coordination Meeting in Porto in March!

In the PDC you will have the opportunity to choose which project appeals to you the most. Together we will discuss which project suits your interests best and how you can develop your skills while working on this project. At the moment, we have three main ongoing projects, namely:

 

  • The Curricula Database: PDC developed a framework that allows us to make high level analysis regarding IEM curricula in Europe. 
  • The Career Analysis: PDC developed a framework to analyse the career paths of IEMers’. 
  • Zooming In: This is an event which provides insights about committee projects such as research projects conducted by PDC research teams. Furthermore, this year we are planning to have a collaboration with another ESTIEM entity, that could benefit from collecting input and/or reflecting on their research projects.
  • Additionally, PDC has several institutional partners with whom projects are initiated throughout the year and which PDC members can be assigned to. Furthermore, we are always open to suggestions from our team members for new projects!

 

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Contact the leader:  leader.pdc@estiem.org 

In the PDC you will have the opportunity to work in a research group. The research group will consist of 4-5 interested ESTIEMers. The research will be about Sustainability Education in IEM Curricula. Furthermore, it might be presented in the upcoming SEFI Conference in Dublin (2023) and you might even win an award. The aim of the research project is “how sustainability and sustainable development can be meaningfully integrated in engineering education, and how even more profound sustainability transformations can be achieved in, as well as through, engineering education. As a team member you could be responsible for gathering the necessary data for the research, writing the paper, promoting the project, doing local research in  your university and implementing your outcomes to the project, doing the tasks assigned by the research group leader, following the deadlines.

 

More detailed information about the call for paper can be found here:  https://www.sefi.be/2022/10/06/european-journal-of-engineering-education-special-issue-call-for-papers/ 

 

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Contact the leader:  leader.pdc@estiem.org

Public Relations Committee

The Public Relations Committee aims to maintain the ESTIEM brand by creating and publicizing the necessary brand materials for this purpose and to support entities and local groups in order to increase the recognition of ESTIEM to its stakeholders.

We are looking for really motivated people that want to make our network to look good and boost it to a new level. Would you like to become a PRC Hero? Here is your chance!

PR Materials Responsibles came with the necessity of the focus of innovation and flexibility in ESTIEM PR Materials (both online and offline).

PR Materials Responsible’s tasks are:

  • Creating External Promotional Materials (CRC Brochures, templates for roll ups, business cards, letters, new ESTIEM presentations and all the content related to the external connections);
  • Assuring that companies with whom we establish connections know where we stand (send an email on holidays and after CMs), by working closely with CRC and fulfill their needs.
  • Implementing the Brand of ESTIEM in every material and form of communication;
  • Update old materials with the new Brand Guidelines
  • Creating the LG PR Pack which will support LGs and their ESTIEM presence
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Contact the leader: leader.prc@estiem.org

Graphic Designers are a group of people within the PRC who are responsible for most of the designs. If you want to use your design skills to help ESTIEM, this is your chance to shine. You will get tasks based on your availability. Even if you are not super experienced in design yet, you are always welcome. There is always a possibility to learn. 

 

Tasks of a Graphic Designer will include the followings;

  • Assisting the responsibles to fulfill the needs of the board, other entities and LGs,
  • Creating designs events and central ESTIEM by working closely with Branding Responsibles, Central ESTIEM Manager and the Leader

Graphic Designers are also always welcome to join strategic session within the PRC.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.prc@estiem.org

Corporate Relations Committee

The Corporate Relations Committee is responsible for creating and developing academic and corporate partnerships that will contribute with value and support to the network.

Our main occupation revolves around sales, from the search for potentially interesting contacts to the signing of contracts, passing through a whole process of discussion and negotiation. CRM, which stands for “Customer Relationship Management”, is also a big part of our job. By being responsible for a partnership, team members maintain our relation with our different partners and assure that the contracts are fulfilled and renewed every year.

As a member of the sales team, you will have the task to contact potential partner companies and universities and report on the communication process. Later, you will be the contact responsible for the set partner. Maintaining the partnership is done with the help of the CRM Responisble, but in any way, your Leaders are here to help and support you every step of the way. If you are interested in contributing to the network and having the chance to get experience and contacts in the professional world, don’t miss a chance to become a member of the Sales Team!

 

Tasks of Sales Team Member will include the following:

  • Finding new interesting contacts to approach
  • Approaching potential new partners
  • Being part of the negotiations
  • Contribute to internal and external CR Projects (Big ESTIEM events such as ESTIEM Hunt or IEM Conference, CR Schools, CR promotion on Social Medias, Brochure creation…)

 

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Contact the leaders: emil.nilsson@estiem.org / tina.mlinaric@estiem.org

ESTIEM BOOK

ESTIEM Book is a project which aims to increase the internal awareness of ESTIEM by gathering information about the history of our organization.

As a team member of the ESTIEM Book, you will be working closely with the Vice President of Public Relations to gather articles and content for the second version of the Book, and also discuss its direction.

Tasks of Team Members of the ESTIEM Book will include the following;

  • Content planning/researching and approaching authors
  • Designing 
  • Proofreading

 

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Contact the leader: vp-pr@estiem.org

Social and Environmental Responsibility Committee

 

SERC’s mission is to connect, educate, and support ESTIEM in the making of initiatives relevant to Social and Environmental Responsibility.

Social and Environmental Responsibility Committee is a relatively young, dynamic, and fast-paced committee of ESTIEM that came together almost two years ago and is looking forward to creating positive impact and value! SERC wants to help ESTIEM fulfill its social and environmental responsibilities, facilitate sustainable mindsets across the network, and promote equal opportunities. 

 

As a social media responsible in SERC, you will work with many like minded people in a young and dynamic committee seeking to make ESTIEM a more socially and environmentally responsible and positive organization! Not only will you get to develop yourself professionally, you will also taste working in a multicultural team in a sharing and supporting environment while creating a positive impact together with many likely-minded people around. 

 

Tasks of SERC Social Media Responsible will include the following:

    • Executing all tasks assigned the leader diligently, on schedule, and to the highest standard possible
    • Participating in meetings and voicing concerns as well as suggestions for improvement.
    • Attending SERC-wide meetings and project meetings,
    • Coordinating and collaborating with SERC leader.
  • Creating a posting schedule for social and environmental responsibility (SER)  related topics for ESTIEM’s social media channels.
  • Communication with Public Relations Committee to implement the schedule.
  • Doing the designs of  the posts according to ESTIEM brand guidelines. (If you do not have prior knowledge about visual design you can always get help from PRC. Also, we all learn along the way, don’t we?)
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Contact the leader: leader.serc@estiem.org

  • As the project responsible of SER (Social and Environmental Responsible) Event Guide, you will work with many like minded people in a young and dynamic committee seeking to make ESTIEM a more socially and environmentally responsible and positive organization! Not only will you get to develop yourself professionally, you will also taste working in a multicultural team in a sharing and supporting environment while creating a positive impact together with many likely-minded people around.


    Tasks of SER Event Guide Project Responsible will include the following:

      • Executing all tasks assigned the leader diligently, on schedule, and to the highest standard possible
      • Participating in meetings and voicing concerns as well as suggestions for improvement.
      • Attending SERC-wide meetings and project meetings,
      • Coordinating and collaborating with SERC leader.
    • Completing the SER Event Guide by making the last minor edits.
    • Creating and implementing a promotion plan for the guide to increase its visibility among ESTIEMers. (This plan may include designing sessions for the introduction of the guide or reaching out to local boards to facilitate the implementation of the guide)

 

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Contact the leader: leader.serc@estiem.org 

Local Group Support System

Local Group Support System aims to work with the Local Groups that want to get support according to their needs. There are consultants in our system to guide them in their LGSS journey. We are collecting KPIs from the LGs to see which areas we should improve or help. 

We are working with the Leaders, Consultants, Regional Coordinators and the Board. And now, we are so excited to work with you! If you’re interested in helping LGs’ journey in our system, LGSS is waiting to see new faces in the team!

Tasks of the Public Relations Responsible will include the following:

  • Creating a PR Strategy for LGSS
  • Increasing visibility of LGSS among the network
  • Creating promotion documents for LGSS
  • Having communication with PRC to promote LGSS and its events
  • Support in other areas of LGSS

 

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Contact the leader: 

leader.lgss@estiem.org

Tasks of the Team Member will include the following:

  • Attending the team chats and giving your ideas and input
  • Working on projects of your liking 
  • Monitoring LGs and their consultancy process
  • Working closely with the leader on the improvement points of the system

 

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Contact the leader: 

leader.lgss@estiem.org

Vision

Vision is a service based on seminar series, which has the goal to give IEM students practical insights in current and future topics and trends from areas between Economy, Society and Technology while bridging the gap between academic and corporate environment.

In Vision entity, we are an enthusiastic team which is very excited about creating amazing events and helping Local Groups! We are supporting each other in every possible way, and if you ever feel like being a part of this beautiful family, it is the right time!

ESTIEM is a playground. You are always welcome in our team to do any kind of help. And also, if you want you can take part in any task in the team in order to develop yourself in a related area. But two main tasks will be expected from you in the team: First, getting in touch with local groups to organize Vision and, second, keeping the data about events organized/in the process of organizing.

 

Tasks of events responsible will include the following:

  • Approaching local groups about how they think of organizing a Vision and available dates in their events calendar.
  • Keeping the data about events that are in the phase of organizing by communicating with the local group regularly and about events that may take place in the future.
  • Brainstorming about what may be the possible topics of Vision events in specific local groups by related local variables, and going for an approach accordingly.

Devoting your maximum of 4 hours a week will be more than enough for this position.

 

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Contact the leader: nisan.erdogan@estiem.org

Brain Trainer

BrainTrainer is an ESTIEM service provided by Personal Development Department, aiming to help ESTIEMers develop themselves in certain soft skill areas

BrainTrainer is a training-based service that provides high-quality experiences while aiming to develop certain soft skills. During BrainTrainer events, the learning by doing principle takes a major role, and participants are given the chance to work in an intercultural environment while aspiring to become more professional and successful at the time being and in their future careers.

Event Responsibles are the connection between Local Group organizers and BrainTrainer. They are responsible for keeping up with the organizational process and progres of an event, while at the same time being there for the Local Group by explaining every step that they need to take and helping them out.

 

Tasks of Event Responsible will include the following;

  • Creating a WhatsApp group, with the Local Group’s organizing team, the leader, and themselves, as event responsible;
  • Keeping contact with the Local Group’s organizers throughout the whole organizing process;
  • Being there for the Local Group’s organizers, by explaining the organization process, but also helping them out whenever there is a need;

Check the feedback of the event, and explore what actions could be taken next time to maximize participants’ experience.

 

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Contact the leader:  leader.braintrainer@estiem.org 

Data Science Initiave

ESTIEM’s Data Science Initiative has the objective of teaching students that would like to know more about data and how it can be managed.

With the development of technology, the amount of data used has increased. As a result, its analysis has become crucial and appreciated by companies. So, with the help of an Alumni this initiative is going to create a partly online program that helps and teaches students how to select and represent data in an efficient way that will help in future decisions.

Tasks of a Video Checker will include the following:

 

  • Watching the edited videos and give feedback about its edition.
    • Verify if there is not a lot of blur.
    • Verify if all the added video samples are adequate.
    • Verify if the sound quality is fine.
    • Suggest new ideas to the video-editors about possible transitions.

 

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Contact the leader: andre.ferreira@estiem.org

Tasks of a Video Editor will include the following:

 

  • Editing the raw footage with Adobe Premiere Pro (or any software other you prefer)
    • Editing the green screen so there is the least blur.
    • Cutting the video so it becomes more dynamic.
    • Doing some sound design (mix any ambient music with the speech, add some audio effects).
    • Finding and adding video samples to the video, with the respective transitions.
    • Reviewing and feedbacking the post-production results.

 

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Contact the leader: andre.ferreira@estiem.org

Tasks of a Designer will include the following:

  • Care about the Data Science entity image.
    • Design intros for the videos.
    • Think about new video-transitions and designs editors could use.

 

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Contact the leader: andre.ferreira@estiem.org

ESTIEM Magazine

The ESTIEM Magazine aims to provide an insight into the world of IEM from an academic and professional point of view and engage ESTIEMers in the network by showcasing the outcomes of ESTIEM’s activities.

ESTIEM Magazine is the oldest ESTIEM project, created in 1991. 31 year and 62 issues later, it is still sharing the most relevant and popular news from the field of IEM, innovations in the tech world, and most importantly, being a window to all ESTIEM activities.

Every six months, the ESTIEM Magazine team is working hard on gathering and connecting anyone who is interested to contribute by sharing their knowledge and experience with our audience, and that way making each new issue better and more attractive. If you want to join in creating magic together with 5 task group leaders and the vast ESTIEM Magazine team, here is your chance!

Proofreaders do exactly what their job title suggests: they proofread materials (articles) for spelling, grammar, punctuation, syntax, usage, consistency, and brand voice before they get published. 

Important notice: you do not need to have perfect English skills to be a part of this task group - it is actually a good place to refine your skills. If you are not sure if your English skills are enough, please check out page 7 of our author guidelines (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cwkTKAVuSc7ol7EqOSciC90rBr1YwFaZ/view?usp=sharing)  - it contains a sample of an article that is not written properly. If you feel like you can spot at least 2 mistakes while reading the text in the red bubble, come join us! 

 

Tasks of a Proofreader will include the following:

  • checking written text for misspellings and inaccuracies prior to publishing;
  • detecting and correcting errors in written documents;
  • verifying accuracy of page numbers, headings, and captions, as well as consistency of spelling and grammar;
  • report and present articles to Proofreading Task Group Leader for approval and 2nd proofreading where they double check the work;
  • analysing documents to ensure chapter titles match list of contents;

 

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Contact the leader: leader.magazine@estiem.org

The graphic designer works on creating/designing the visual identity of ESTIEM Magazine by working together with the designing team and Design Task Group Leader in creating materials that will be published online, and printed into physical copy, while fulfilling certain quality & aesthetics requirements.

 

Tasks of a Graphic Designer  will include the following:

  • Working with the Design Task Group Leader to determine the requirements and define the tasks;
  • Use digital illustration, photo editing software, and layout software to create designs;
  • Collaboration the designing team;
  • Assisting other designers in solving certain issues;
  • Incorporate changes recommended by authors or the Design Task Group Leader into final designs;
  • Review designs for errors before printing or publishing them;
  • Designing articles and other PR materials needed for Blog & Promotion if needed;
  • Ensuring all the materials are reachable;
  • Updating those materials;
  • Collaborating  with Promotion TGL and Blog TGL when needed;

 

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Contact the leader: leader.magazine@estiem.org

The ESTIEM Article Acquisition team members work on managing the content of ESTIEM Magazine, making sure that it is a representative of ESTIEM and communicating with authors.

 

Tasks of an Article Acquisition team member will include the following:

    • Creating a content plan with the task group leaders, shaping the upcoming issue
  • Contacting authors guided by team leader and project leader
  • Managing content to ensure articles are aligned with the ESTIEM brand.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.magazine@estiem.org

TIMES (Tournament in Management and Engineering Skills)

TIMES provides IEM students all across Europe the opportunity to grow personally while developing their professional skill set in a competition-based environment.

As the TIMES team, our goal is to maintain the quality of cases and show the importance of the mission of bringing IEMers together in Europe as ESTIEM. 

In order to improve and add new values to TIMES, we need people who are motivated and willing to contribute to the competition’s framework. If you are interested in working with us, you are welcome to be a part of the team.

As a member of TIMES CR Team, you will be responsible for approaching potential new partners and finding new partnership opportunities both with universities and companies for Central TIMES with the TIMES CR Responsible

 

The tasks include:

  • Approaching potential partners
  • Working with CR Responsible on finding possible sponsors and fundraising for TIMES
  • Offering CR support to the organizing teams of the various events where TIMES is represented.
  • Being part of the negotiations with partners

 

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Contact the leader: leader.times@estiem.org  leader.times@estiem.org

Activity Week

Activity Week aims to bring fun and learning under one roof. We work to ensure cultural integration and provide culturally valuable experiences for each participant within Activity Week events.

Using the power of multiculturalism and creativity, we contribute to both local groups and the ESTIEM network as a whole. Also, we look for creating new opportunities for ESTIEMers and try to make ESTIEM better and better every day. If you are not afraid to aim high, want to work in a family atmosphere, have fun while contributing to the network, and developing your skills, this is the place that you belong!

External Relations Responsible is in charge of the existing and possible collaborations of Activity Week with other services. You will be working with different entities and control the process of collaborations, while seeking other possible collaborations we can have between different services. It is your duty to discover the hidden opportunities of our network!

 

Tasks of External Relations Responsible will include the following:

  • Communicating with other services
  • Planning of the collaboration process
  • Coming up with new collaboration ideas
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Contact the leader: leader.activityweek@estiem.org

Design Responsible will be working closely with Content Responsible of Activity Week team, creating our image towards our network. As a Design Responsible, you will be in charge of the general design of our Instagram posts, stories, templates etc. So, it’s your time to shine with your imagination! If you think you have an eye on these kinds of stuff, you are more than welcome in the team! 

 

Tasks of Design Responsible will include the following:

  • Designing Instagram posts and stories
  • Creating PR templates for LGs to use during promotion
  • Working on Activity Week Memories Booklet with Content Responsible
  • Designing of merch or any other visual content in general
 
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Contact the leader: leader.activityweek@estiem.org

Content Responsible will be working closely with Design Responsible of Activity Week team, creating the image of our entity towards our network. As a Content Responsible, you will be in charge of the ideas that are put into our PR material, such as Instagram story features, Activity Week Memories Booklet content, or any other idea to raise the visibility of our entity. As long as you do not wish to be, you will not be responsible for the design side of PR, only the content. It’s a great opportunity for a PR enthusiast! 

 

Tasks of Content Responsible will include the following:

  • Finding new ideas to raise the visibility of the entity
  • Providing the materials that will be put into Activity Week Memories Booklet (like photos, writings, memories etc.)
  • Creating the content of promotion in general
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Contact the leader: leader.activityweek@estiem.org

Approaching Responsible will be in control of our first step towards LGs, as an Approaching Responsible, you will be responsible for the communication between our entity and local groups; starting from finding possible LGs and concepts to the end of their event application process.

As you search for new concepts and approach local groups, you will have the opportunity to get to know different cultures and other ESTIEMers as well. Such a cool way to expand your knowledge and have a wider network in ESTIEM, don't miss your chance! 

 

Tasks of Approaching Responsible will include the following:

  • Finding new event concept ideas to offer to LGs (Internet searching, creating surveys etc.)
  • Updating our Ideas Booklet with new ideas
  • Approaching LGs with the ideas 
  • Arranging chats with LGs and helping them along the application process
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Contact the leader: leader.activityweek@estiem.org

ESTIEM Podcast

ESTIEM Podcast aims to deliver entertaining and insightful content about ESTIEM to connect ESTIEMers and IEM Europe by sharing experience and knowledge on IEM topics and ESTIEM. 

Tasks of Team Members will include the following:

  • Make sure the audio quality is high without problems during the recordings 
  • Edit the episodes (cut, filter and improve the sounds) 

 

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Contact the leader: vp-pr@estiem.org

Language Programme

Language Programme holds the key to one of the most important aspects of a culturally diverse environment, which is stated directly in its name: Language.

We try to connect ESTIEMers in languages other than English, and share our knowledge of languages with each other to grow together as a whole network. The more language one knows, one more conflict is solved caused by the misunderstandings and language gaps between the cultures. Learning a language is more than “just a language”, it’s also learning a whole other culture.

This year we’ll be discovering our highest potential as a team full of motivated people interested in different languages and cultures. We’ll be investing our time into improving the quality and quantity of our offerings also while developing ourselves.

We have many offerings that need to be promoted with good PR materials. With you on the team, this important aspect will surely be in good hands. Come and let’s work together on our playground to learn, experience, and create a new strategy. 



Tasks of the Public Relations Responsible will include the following:

  • Creating the necessary promotional materials for service
  • Creating necessary promotion materials for offerings and LP events
  • Take part in creating a new logo for the service with PRC
  • Help along with monthly Language Posts
  • Creating and implementing ideas on language-based materials

 

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Contact the leader: leader.lp@estiem.org

Be X for X Days

Be X for X Days is the only event type in ESTIEM that gives participants real-life experiences of “testing out” several different job roles. 

The service Be X for X Days aims to give participants unique, real-life experiences and insights about what it takes to be a good professional in a specific field. We partner with companies and alumni, and use their help to share knowledge, but above all practical experiences that help ESTIEMers discover their career opportunities. 

If you want to inspire ESTIEMers, give them access to experiences that might shape their whole working life, and learn more about life as a professional, this is the right place for you.

Be X for X Days is looking for a new team member!

If you are a team member, you will work together with the rest of the team to help Local Groups organize successful BXD events, support the online version “Be X for X hours” that is organized by the Central Team and support the Career Development Department with their ideas and projects. 

Also new ideas and suggestions are always welcome!

 

Tasks of a team member will include the following:

  • Attending the Team Chats as well as Department Chats and giving your ideas and input 
  • Supporting Local Groups along the way to organize successful BXD events
  • Helping out with creating promotion materials for BXD
  • Corporate Relation support, when we plan to include companies in our events 
  • Communicating with other entities, and working with the rest of the team to find possible corporations (e.g. joint events)

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Contact the leader: leader.bxd@estiem.org

BusinessBooster

BusinessBooster is a flexible ESTIEM service that promotes and stimulates entrepreneurship among students.  We are here to  help young ESTIEM entrepreneurs to create their own businesses better, faster and with more confidence!

Different training, educational and networking events/competitions can be organized, such as start-up pitching events, entrepreneurship seminars about the basics/skills of an entrepreneur, reunions with Alumni – the possibilities are endless.

As Development Responsible, you will be responsible for making the entity sustainable and helping it grow. That will happen through two major fields of action: ensuring knowledge transfer and maintaining an updated database; brainstorming on future action points and collaborations for developing BusinessBooster within ESTIEM.

 

Tasks of Externals Responsible will include the following:

  • Creating content on the drive for the entity’s major functions (BDPs, Mastersheets, Event Topic Pool etc);
  • Restructure current events and offer new ideas/ collaborations with other entities;
  • Work on topics for Elium posts (along with the Leader) to boost our presence in the network.

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Contact the leader: leader.business@estiem.org

Tasks of Online Courses Responsible will include the following:

  • Find an entrepreneurial topic for the courses,
  • Find a company/expert to facilitate the course,
  • Organize the structure of the process and collection of feedback.

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Contact the leader: leader.business@estiem.org

As Promotion Responsible, your main task will be to take care of businessbooster’s image and branding, in order to increase the visibility of the entity within the network and make it attractive to ESTIEMers.

Tasks of Promotions Responsible will include the following:

  • Work on our branding materials (logo, mascot, catchphrases)
  • Create content for IG posts/stories,
  • Have close contact with PRC for our marketing needs,
  • Brainstorm on ways to further promote the entity.

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Contact the leader: leader.business@estiem.org

Analysis Committee

Our mission is to support ESTIEM to make the decision-making more fact-based to help the organisation move forward while supporting ESTIEMers in their professional development.

Are you interested in the ever-developing field of Data? More professionals than ever see the importance of data on the world around us, but are we prepared to work with it? Can you generate insights from a big amount of data? Join the Analysis Committee and gain several of the most sought after skills on LinkedIn. 

We are looking for team members that are willing to learn about Data Analysis and to implement the gained skills in ESTIEM. You will be supported by a group of dedicated members and Alumni who will guide you through your learning process. 

 

As a member of the Analysis Committee, you will:

 

  • Learn how to work with data visualisation software “Tableau”
  • Create, collect and clean data from various ESTIEM data sources
  • Develop dashboards that will be used by members of Central ESTIEM
  • Work on the project iteratively using the SCRUM methodology which is often used in IT management
  • Learn analytical and project management skills that will be incredibly useful in your academic and professional life

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Contact the leader: leader.analysis@estiem.org

Grants Task Group

The Grants Task Group is an entity which supports the ESTIEM board in the obtention of European funding and awards.

The Grants task group made its comeback in 2020 with the aim of applying for european level grants with ESTIEM. Currently this rather mysterious entity focuses on three aspects:

  • Structural grants (funding for ESTIEM as a whole)
  • Awards and prizes, usually for events or services
  • Assessment and development of ESTIEM’s offering, to better match European expectations.

At the moment we are a tiny motivated team, but we are willing to extend to perform even more grants magic!

This position focuses on the third key area of the entity, namely ESTIEM’s alignment with Europe. Some assessment of the current offer will be done by using frameworks and guidelines, but the main part of the position will be to connect with other ESTIEM entities to discuss their offering and how to develop it.

 

Tasks of Development Responsible will include the following:

  • Help to identify the European expectations (most of it has already been done), and present them in a clear way
  • Analyze ESTIEM’s offering based on those expectations, through discussions, documents and Working Group results
  • Contact leaders and central ESTIEMers to discuss their offering, and display how they can help to make ESTIEM more eligible for grants
  • Support the development of new ideas if needed

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Contact the leader: louise.bottenberg@estiem.org

Data Protection Task Group

The Data Protection Task Group aims to make ESTIEM a GDPR-compliant association. Both experienced members and new members that are motivated to learn more on the topic are more than welcome to join to work together while developing the topic in ESTIEM.

General Data Protection Regulation is a regulation in European law that aims to give more control to people over their data, regulating how an entity can use, share, and store one’s data. GDPR gives power to the user over what data is shared, with whom, for how long, where it is kept, and an understanding of the reasons for all of the above.

Tasks of the Team Member will include the following:

  • Working closely with the team while creating the process of the project.
  • Creating regulation guidelines and roadmaps to increase awareness about data protection within the network.
  • Proofreading of the documents while following the regulation document.
  • Following the process of the project.

 

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Contact: vp-administration@estiem.org

Academic Days

Academic Days aims to share ESTIEM universities’ knowledge with the network by providing participants deep insights into a specific topic in which the organising Local Group’s university has a high expertise. It supports the personal and professional development of students across Europe willing to complement their curriculum. 

We are a very hard-working team eager to create awesome events, provide knowledge to the network and help our organising Local Groups! If you feel like you want to add value to the network by joining our family, now is the time to do it!

Public Relations Responsible will be responsible for providing social media posts, public materials and will be working towards increasing the visibility of the Academic Days events and transfering the knowledge learned in them.

Tasks of the Public Relations Responsible will include the following:

  • Reading through the Booklet of Knowledge of each event, finding important facts, information and preparing posts about them.
  • Contacting the organising LG to collect photos and videos from the events, designing and posting.
  • Researching and finding creative ways for increasing the visibility of Academic Days events.

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Contact the leader: doga.erdal@estiem.org

IEM Connection

IEM Connection is the right place for you in Central ESTIEM if you want to be the voice of IEM Students and have an impact on IEM Education in Europe! Currently, IEM Connection aims to connect students, professors and professionals to change education by providing opportunities to discuss education and contributing to academic development in Europe.

Tasks of Team Member will include the following:

  • Support the entity by working in several areas regarding education;
  • Attending team chats.

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Contact the leader: leader.iemconnection@estiem.org

Tasks of Local Educational Events Responsible will include the following:

 

  • Working in the content of the event;
    • Build the agenda with LG,
    • Get information of what the students want to discuss.
  • Coordinate the Local Group that is hosting the event;
    • Do open calls for LGs,
    • Coordinate their work regarding the sessions,
    • Coordinate the work done by LG: Logistics, Corporate Relations, Public Relations (with PRC as well) and Activities. 
  • Create a system for knowledge management.
    • Do a survey to receive feedback,
    • Have a report for each Local Event.

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Contact the leader: leader.iemconnection@estiem.org

Information Technology Committee

The IT Committee provides and maintains ESTIEM’s IT infrastructure. Also, we are providing technical support to ESTIEMers and assisting other entities with their IT needs. Currently, we are continuing to develop the new portal which has already replaced the old one. 

Do you love coding and want to learn more about it? Do you want to look behind the curtain of the portal and see how all of that magic is done? 

Join our team and shape the portal for the next generation of ESTIEMers!

As a backend developer, you will take care of coding tasks for the server part of the new portal. You will work in an agile team of students and Alumni who share knowledge and help each other.

You are free to invest as much time as you like. There are tasks for different levels of experience, so feel free to join even if you are not too experienced.

 

Requirements: 

  • Basic coding skills
  • Proactiveness within the team
  • Willingness to devote some time and learn new skills

 

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Contact the leader: leader.it@estiem.org

Knowledge Management Committee

We contribute to the sustainability of ESTIEM by ensuring the organization of its knowledge and facilitating its sharing.

The Knowledge Management Committee is one of the key committees of the network. We are responsible for the process of collecting, organizing and sharing knowledge within ESTIEM, as well as supporting other Entities to do so. We are also coordinating the activities on Elium, Google Drive and Internal ESTIEM. With us, you can develop plenty of soft and hard skills, but at the same time have fun and enjoy an international, friendly environment. Can’t wait to meet you!

Tasks of the Elium Coordinator will include the following:

  • Lead the administration of the platform and it’s members,
  • Brainstorm on creative ideas for promoting Elium to the network,
  • Collaborate with Leaders and other Entities to boost their Elium presence,
  • Be responsible for new Elium features such as Elium Awards and Elium Rewind,
  • Work on any other Committee tasks of your liking.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.kfc@estiem.org

Tasks of Web Designer will include the following:

  • Work on the design of Internal ESTIEM with WordPress and Elementor,
  • Support the website architecture creation,
  • Collect materials from Leaders to upload to the website,
  • Work on any other Committee tasks of your liking.

 

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Contact the leader: leader.kfc@estiem.org

Summer Academy

Summer Academy creates a space away from the usual lives of participants where experienced Academic Leaders guide students by challenging their mindsets and guiding them to widen their perspectives on their own life and to create strong relationships between them.

Our team values diversity and encourages participation.Together we shall have a family-like friendly atmosphere, lots of jokes, fun, and hard work at the same time. #WorkHard #PlayHard. Isn’t it a dream? So why don’t YOU become a part of our  A-team that changes ESTIEMers lives?

Being a member of SAC: summer Academy’s team means you shall have a great opportunity for growth in central ESTIEM. Not only will you grow as an individual but thanks to your work within the team and for the network , you shall help other ESTIEMers grow and become the best versions of themselves by providing them with high-quality personal development events. In a way instead of just participating in valuable events, you shall be the ONE that helps with the value creation. 

 

What will we be working on together?

  • Approaching new Academic Leaders
  • Ensuring high quality of upcoming events
  • Keeping knowledge management system up to date

Evaluated busy time: 1-2 hours a week

 

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Contact the leader: leader.sac@estiem.org

ESTIEM Spirit Book

ESTIEM Spirit Book, consists of ESTIEM Songs, Traditions, Challenges , Rules, Games, etc. anything related to ESTIEM Spirit.

ESTIEM Spirit Book is an ongoing project which started a while ago with the creation of the ESTIEM Spirit Storage with gathering input from Actives. Now it is time to create the actual Spirit Book and share our traditions with the future generations.

There will be a strong communication between the team, and the Vice President of Activities. 

Tasks of Team Member will include the following;

  • Research on Traditions
  • Analyze the received input from the Spirit Storage
  • Work on the creation of the Spirit Book 
  • Look for the opportunities to develop the concept

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Contact the leader: vp-activities@estiem.org

ESTIEM Songbook

ESTIEM Songbook with its many songs that ESTIEMers are singing in events, in Local Groups and many more places. It is proof of the tradition of singing within ESTIEM, all its creativity and spirit. 

ESTIEM Songbook with its songs is an indispensable part of the ESTIEM Spirit. Updating the Songbook to keep up with the popular ESTIEM Songs and evaluate the existing songs in the book is the new project that has already started. Not only updating the Songbook but also making the ESTIEM songs more easy to understand by recording them is one of the ideas of this project. We need team members to work on this project to make the necessary update and work on the possible ideas for recording the songs.

There will be a strong communication between the team, and the Vice President of Activities. 

 

Tasks of Team Member will include the following;

  • Evaluate the existing Songs
  • Analyze the received input for the new Songs
  • Work on the updating the Songbook
  • Gather input from Actives for the changes
  • Create a plan for recording the songs and work on the implementation

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Contact the leader: vp-activities@estiem.org 

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