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Overview of Hub Chair Program
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Nothing keeps the alumni network alive and active like the AIESEC Life Alumni Hubs.   These hubs, or local alumni groups, are lead by a Hub Chair who works with a team of volunteers and students to coordinate events, facilitate alumni communication and provide support to the local chapters of AIESEC.  Each hub hosts anywhere from 2-4 events per year where alumni are able to network with one another and reconnect with AIESEC. Our hubs have become perhaps the most integral part in helping AIESEC Life grow and, more importantly, for spurring alumni involvement in the exchange program. What's more, AIESEC Life Hubs ensure alumni from across the generations connect, network, share ideas and wisdom while providing critical mentorship for the students of today.

We currently have active alumni hubs in Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Bay Area (SF/San Jose), Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York City, and Washington, D.C. We are seeking additional hub chairs for Charlotte, Houston, Seattle and South Florida.  And we are always looking for alumni to start hub teams in major metro areas that have 50+ known alumni. Ideal hub chairs typically have been out of school 5+ years, enjoy organizing events, and have a strong desire to give back to AIESEC.

Interested in being a hub chair? 

Step 1: Review the Hub Chair Job Description to find out more about the job and its benefits.

Step 2: Still interested?  Then, please email Maggie Gisel to discuss the following:

1. Why are you interested in taking on the hub chair role?

2. Tell us briefly about your past experience with event planning and promotion.

3. What alumni in your metro area could you approach about being a member of your team?  (roles include Communications Coordinator, Event Planning and LC Liaison)?

Step 3: Check out the Hub tab on our homepage to learn more about our current hubs!

Step 4: Build a team. A typical Hub team includes the following:

  • communications (responsible for managing email communication, guiding any personal outreach the team may undertake, get events posted on AIESEC Life website).
  • logistics (responsible for securing the venues and details for the events)
  • LC liaison (coordinate with the LC(s) in the area, to be sure certain event dates work for the students and that they are available to speak when needed). Be sure trainees are invited to events.
  • social media (someone to post events on FB/IG/Twitter/LinkedIn) take photos at events, post updates on the website after events)




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