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Connections, Networking, Friend-Raising

We kicked off the new academic year with a very high energy event – our Annual Alumni Reunion.

AISB Senior Brunch 2019
AISB Senior Brunch 2019

Our Association is relatively young, but we are beginning to change that and grow fast. We kicked off the new academic year with a very high energy event – our Annual Alumni Reunion, that happened in Bucharest, on August 31st, 2019. We welcomed alumni from USA, Israel, UK, Germany and various cities of Romania. 

Some brought their families and children with them, met with new and old friends, with their teachers, connected and enjoyed the day in a very special atmosphere. 

We keep getting inspired by our mission in all our focus groups, activities and events: 

“The AISB Alumni Association aims to engage our worldwide alumni, to promote international education and foster opportunities, we inspire global citizens to make a positive impact by adding value to their communities” 

While we have kept the same main event structure of the Association inside the AISB structure, with University Application Process, Career Speed Networking, Letting Go, and Senior’s Brunch, we strived to add more services to the community of students as well as tweak the existing ones, aiming to address the quests, needs and support tools of a continuously changing student audience, in a continuously changing world. 

Networking ideas and needs, new opportunities for connections, learning dynamics and more support motivated us to create a new event for the AISB juniors and seniors: CEO Club International – Bucharest meeting. 

A team of four very different CEO’s of four different leading businesses in Romania came to talk to our students about some inside aspects of the world of work and business: the why’s and how’s of various trends and strategies recruiting and employment, especially of junior or entry level experts. These conversations were such eye opener talks for our students, who at the moment can only view their career and their immediate future from the university application and course selection point of view. 

Our CEO guests shared “secrets” of personal life and education journeys, as well as recruiting and hiring tricks and tips. 

The feedback about this event was very positive and we are already thinking of new opportunities, with higher variety of businesses and profiles. 

We are walking new paths, involving more people, supporting in new levels and offering new forms of networking through our recurrent events, and we will able to share with you in the near future new information and ideas. Stay connected, stay tuned! 

Fabiana Papastefani 

AISB Alumni Coordinator





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