Is scrolling down your screen a key skill for employment in 2020?

The world is evolving at such a pace that it is hard to keep up. Many educators struggle to modify their curriculum according to the changing needs of the business world. But what are the skills that will be needed…

AIESEC releases ‘Youth Global Employability Report’ insights; more...

Rotterdam, Netherlands, October 18, 2017 – AIESEC publishes insights collected from more than 400 Employers in over 65 countries and territories on understanding the landscape of youth employment and mobility in the global job market. The insights gathered in the…

Shine a light!

When I was younger, whenever I thought or heard about breast cancer, my mind would always go to old women. At that time in my life, I didn’t know much about cancer and what it actually meant to battle the…

Who are the most influential individuals helping young people make car...

For most youth, building up a career is a lifelong process of engaging in the world of work, while skimming through different employment opportunities made available to them. As such, many factors can help influence a young person’s decision making…

Why are millennials not satisfied with education?

We asked 40,000 millennials what they think is the most serious global issue and the majority said it’s education. In general, millennials feel that the current education system is not filling their expectations. With so many resources from all parties spent…

Letter to my six weeks in Tanzania

While being part of AIESEC two years ago, I helped two volunteers go to Tanzania. I was mesmerized by the courage they showed, thinking that you have to be crazy to travel so far away and try something so different.…