Booklet Change Yourself-Home 2015

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  1. 1. IMPACT BRASLIA
  2. 2. Which story will you tell? Which story will you live? Which story will you transform?
  3. 3. Why brazil? The Brazil goes far beyond football, carnival and women, we are a country full of natural beauties like beaches, waterfalls, animals and a variety of fruits. In addition we have the most welcoming, happy and sociable people you can imagine. More than Football We are a mix of races The Brazilian population consists mainly of descendants of indigenous peoples, Portuguese settlers, African slaves and dierent groups of immigrants as Italian, German, Spanish, Syrian-Lebanese Japanese, Polish, Dutch and Ukrainians. For this reason the Brazil has a rich diversity of cultures.
  4. 4. Why Brazil? Food The regional foods are very diversied from state to state, exactly for its large size and its colonization, which gives a huge variety of ingredients and avors. Some typical foods are rice and beans, barbecue, feijoada, aai and brigadeiro (a delicious sweet). The Brazil is composed of 26 states and the federal district, each of them has fantastic places, a distinct population and a remarkable cuisine. The climate is tropical and always seems to live in the summer. Any time of the year is perfect to go to the beach. Low temperatures are located in southern Brazil, creating landscapes that resemble europe. Places and Climate
  5. 5. Why Braslia?
  6. 6. Why Braslia? We are the capital of Brazil Braslia is the capital of Brazil and the seat of the government. The city was planned in 1956 in order to move the capital from Rio de Janeiro to a more central and safe location. Braslia has a shape of a airplane and is known for the striking architecture. Braslia is considered by UNESCO a world heritage and it has the largest urban park of the world.
  7. 7. We are multicultural Climate Braslia is the most multicultural city in Brazil. People from all over Brazil came to Braslia during its construction and so here you can nd a variety in your culinary, culture and people. Braslia weather is warm most of the year, we have a hot and rainy summer and a cold and dry winter. We dont have beach but we have the lake and the most beautiful sky in the world. We used to say that The sky is the sea of Braslia. Why Braslia?
  8. 8. Cost of life Braslia has a high cost of living compared to other cities in Brazil, however, also has a high quality of life. The cost of living can vary depending on the location in Brasilia, for example, in nearby cities the cost of living is more aordable. Why Braslia? *Reference dollar value R$ 1.00 = $ 2.80 Average value of the month of february 2015 Accomodation Snacks: R$ 3,00 Simple Meal: R$ 7.00 to R$ 25.00 Restaurant and bars: R$ 15.00 to R$ 60.00 Bus: R$ 1.50 to R$ 3.00 Metro: R$ 2.00 to R$ 3.00 Taxi: 1km R$ 4.00 (Average) Gas: R$ 3,48 Transportation Night in hostel: R$ 30.00 to R$ 75.00 Apartment in downtown: R$ 1.200.00 Apartment nearby cities R$ 700.00 (Monthly rent) Meal
  9. 9. Places Why Braslia? Braslia has incredible places. One of them is the Lake Parano, which allows lots of welcoming places and full of fun, as the Deck Norte, Ponto do Lago Sul, Ermida Dom Bosco (where happens the most amazing sunset) and JK Bridge. At Explanada dos Ministrios (esplanade of the ministries) there are several tourist attractions such as the JK Memorial, National Library, National Museum, Cathedral, Alvorada Palace, National Congress, the Praa dos Trs Poderes, National Theatre, National Stadium, TV Tower, Itamaraty Palace and others. Apart from these places, there are also the Zoo, the LBV Temple, the City Park, the Botanical Garden, the University of Brasilia (UnB), Alvorada Palace, the Santurio Dom Bosco and several shopping malls.
  10. 10. Entertainment Come to Braslia! Its hard not to fall in love with the city that is considered the heart of the country. If you want to know our rich culture and enjoy an amazing experience COME TO BRASLIA! We will love to have you here. Why Braslia? There are several forms of entertainment in Braslia, preferred by the population is to enjoy the parks, the lake and the city's public spaces. Brasilienses loves to dance and meet friends in bars to talk and eat. Near Brasilia there are beautiful waterfalls, historic towns and incredible landscapes.
  11. 11. About AIESEC in Braslia 60sMembers Numbers 80Exchanges in 14/15 AIESEC Brasilia was founded in 1998 by students of the University of Brasilia, a federal public university, one of the most important higher education institution in Brazil. AIESEC Brasilia is not linked to a university only, it represents all the universities of Brasilia. The 2015 team is formed by the Executive Board Calliandra whose mission is Make It Worth It. Through excellence, leadership stories and experiences we seek to be among the TOP 10 in the world.
  12. 12. The situation in Brazil is currently made up of various social, educational and economic disparities. More and more Brazilian children and teenagers grow up being heavily impacted by such issues of their reality. Live in the lowest social reality makes the expectations for the future quite limited., so these young people do not see opportunities for change and not feel able to transform their situation. The Change Yourself Change Your Home Project aims to impact the lives of these children and teenagers through social entrepreneurship education, developing their leadership and making them agents of change in their communities. The project will take place in schools and NGOs from Brasilia to children and teenagers.
  13. 13. 6-8 weeks 1st week: Preparation Days 2nd to 6-8th weeks: Work at NGO or Schools Monday to thursday 4 hours per day (16 hours per week) Change yourself/Home social Project in Braslia Starting Dates *To develop this Project every NGO will work with 3 or 4 Trainees per ONG/Schools June 10th and August 10th
  14. 14. Time/Days Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Morning Class 1A 2 Hours Evaluation last class Class 1A 2 Hours Evaluation last class Afternoon Class 1B 2 Hours Classes Preparation Class 1B 2 Hours Classes Preparation Each NGO or school will have 3 or 4 interns. The team will be responsible for teaching classes twice a week (Monday and Wednesday). And the other two days (Tuesday and Thursday) will prepare the next class and evaluate the materials already produced by students. Each team will have two classes in the institution, one in the morning and another in the afternoon. Each class will last for two hours, totaling 4 hours per day and 8 hours per week. Added 8 hours for preparation of the next class (4 hours per day - Tuesday and Thursday), each intern will work a total of 16 hours weekly. Structure Schedule
  15. 15. Job Descriptions Prepare Classes - The intern will be responsible for preparing dynamic classes involving issues of leadership and social entrepreneurship. Seeking opportunities that are adaptable to the age group according to the needs of students and the resources available to prepare lessons. Evaluation and Reports - The team of each institution (School or NGOs) should meet once a week to plan and evaluate the activities, as well as create reports of the activities already undertaken. Portuguese Learning - Strive to learn the country's language (Portuguese) as the exchange student will deal with children and young people who do not know another language. AIESEC will support your learning with classes in Portuguese, but it is important to study the language a bit before the exchange. Sharing Realities - Conduct cultural and social sharing of your country, promoting exchange of the realities of both countries (Your country and Brazil). Share initiatives that transform, cultural values and customs, people and inspiring projects, methodologies, case studies, etc. Group Activities - Plan social projects of dierent themes that are possible to run, so the students can perform a real impact in their communities. Finish a Project - Monitor, from beginning to the end, projects that will be developed and share with AIESEC the results and the impacts of the changes.
  16. 16. CLASSES - Calendar Week 1 Reception Week Training about the city, institution and reality of Brazil. Teaching dynamic. Week 2 Class 1 Introduction and Self Knowledge. Class 2 Knowing my city and community. Week 3 Class 3 Leadership and Inner Journey. Class 4 Social entrepreneurship and youth activism. Week 4 Class 5 Cultural Identity. Class 6 Global Village. Week 5 Class 7 ACTION PLAN 1: Problems, Evaluation Mission. Class 8 ACTION PLAN 2: Goals, Schedule, Budget. Week 6 Class 9 ACTION PLAN 3: Marketing and Fundraising. Class 10 ACTION PLAN 4: Presentation of projects. Week 7 to 8 Finalization of the job Certication ceremony. Execution of the projects of the students. Presentation of project experience for the members of AIESEC. *The structure of the classes is a suggestion. If the trainee want to add or change the calendar, every change is welcome.
  17. 17. Profiles Backgrounds Education (Undergraduate in general); Psychology, Social Sciences (Humanities in General); International Relations; Businees Administration; Marketing; Creative courses. Qualities Open minded; Teaching skills Like to work with children and young people; Proactive; Creative; Persistent; Courageous; Optimistic; Teamwork; Happy. If your course is not in the list and you believe you can contribute to this project you can be part of the project too. Language Spanish and/or Portuguese
  18. 18. Development Points Teamwork Lessons Planning Didactic teaching New Language (Portuguese) Leadership Organizational management Social Business Entrepreneurship Work with young people Social responsability Live diversity Sustaintability
  19. 19. Pre-arrival Preparation Reception Booklet Free Airport Pickup Accommodation It can be a Family Host or Hostel* Weekly LEAD* Every friday afternoon Vacation Volunteer To help with the work in the NGOs Weekly Monitoring by an AIESEC Member Weekly a member of AIESEC will visit the NGO Incoming Preparation Seminar Culture shock preparation Global Village Basic Conversation Classes in Portuguese Every two weeks Help with the Public Transportation Braslia Tours Evaluation Every week and in the end of the project Certicate of Participation What we provide? *Icons designed by Freepik
  20. 20. warningS Host Family: The families of Braslia are talkative, receptive and friendly. Here in Brazil, we used to clear what we have soiled and wash our dishes. Remember to always tell the families if you will arrive late at home or will sleep outside. AIESEC Values: During the exchange you should follow the values of aiesec. Striving for Excellence, Demonstrating Integrity, Activating Leadership, Living Diversity, Enjoying Participation and Acting Sustainably. First Day: On the rst day of work, we will teach you how to arrive at work. Travels: Traveling to other locations in Brazil will only be allowed on condition that you do not miss a workday. We advise you to travel to places far before or after the project and to places near during the weekend. LEAD (Learning, Engaging, Achieving, Diversifying): LEAD are weekly meetings which aims to empower and train with competencies necessary to perform your functions in alignment with the organizational objectives. The LEAD seek to strengthen the impact of your experience in AIESEC and develop leadership.
  21. 21. Maria Gracia Arequipa, Peru TingJun Hong Singapore I had the best experience! I loved all the things that I learn but specially all the people that I met, students, trainees, member, good friends. Thank you so much! I really enjoyed my time in Brasilia, as it really allowed to me to step out of my comfort zone. I also got to interact with so many people from across the world, and this I think was the most valuable thing, as now I'm very glad to call them my friends.
  22. 22. GCDPi 2014/2015
  23. 23. What story do you want to write? Contact us AIESEC in Braslia E-mail: gcdpibrasilia@gmail.com Skype: gcdpibrasilia Phone: +55 61 3344 3700 Facebook: AIESEC Braslia Apply Now