Would you like to build a social network, develop your creativity and soft skills, improve your leadership abilities and discover career opportunities? A part-time board position at AEclipse is a great way to gain valuable work experience and connections whilst still being able to fully focus on getting the most out of your studies.
As a board member, you will manage AEclipse and take part in all important decisions that affect Economics masters students. You will bridge the gap between theory and practice by organizing an intercontinental trip, economic for a, workshops, the National Economics Olympiad, social events and many more.
All board positions are part-time with a workload of about 8-10 hours per week on average. To find out which board position best suits you, check out aeclipse.nl/recruitment.
Are you up for the challenge? Then apply for the 25th AEclipse board! EXTENDED DEADLINE: June 30th!
All current board members will be more than happy to meet you for a coffee (or, given the current situation, any kind of online meeting) to discuss everything you would like to know in detail. For more info, do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
President: Be the face of the association, manage a team of 6 board members, develop the short and long term strategy for AEclipse, and get a chance to organize your own city trip!
Secretary / Vice-President: Be the anchor that maintains the organization within AEclipse, manage the association’s communication and marketing, and lead your own marketing committee.
Treasurer: Be the one that keeps the association financially stable, be responsible for AEclipse’s budgeting, and lead your own Erasmus Thesis Project committee.
Commissioner of Development Economics: Be responsible for organizing AEclipse’s flagship event – the International Research Project! Together with your IRP committee, reach out to companies and researchers all over the world, find a research topic that inspired you and bring it to life! In case the coronavirus situation makes it impossible to organise the IRP, you will be in charge of setting up various academic and professional activities related to development economics, and organise fun events to celebrate the lustrum!
Commissioner of Internal Affairs: Be the social guru that binds all the economics master students together, maintains a strong relationship with the ESE staff and creates various academic activities. Together with your committee organize the most prestigious event on campus – the National Economics Olympiad.
Commissioner of External Affairs: Be the master negotiator that attracts businesses, create in cooperation with companies in-house days and workshops for master students, maintain a professional relationship with partner companies.