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AIESEC SFU | Coastal Conference 2010

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Published on Mar 29, 2010

AIESEC is the worlds largest student-run organization that develops individuals through leadership experiences and global internships. For over 50 years, AIESEC has partnered with Canadian businesses, providing them with top talent from an international pool of students from over 100 countries.

From March 26, 2010 to March 28 2010, AIESEC SFU hosted 100 of AIESECs top student leaders from the 4 coastal universities for Coastal Conference, one of the best training conferences of the year. Coastal Conference is an annual event, focusing on developing the skills of new members while uniting these members as they explore issues facing AIESEC the Coast and AIESEC Canada. Additionally, Coastal 2010 fostered the development of valuable personal and professional skills, allowing members to engage with each other and business leaders.

The Coastal 2010 Organizing Committee is very proud to have Our Mission, Our AIESEC, As One as this years theme. For us, AIESEC is the embodiment of 6 important values: Activating Leadership, Demonstrating Integrity, Living Diversity, Enjoying Participation, Striving for Excellence and Acting Sustainably. Our mission this year is to help foster the development of the four Local Committees on the Coastal Region, Simon Fraser University, University of British Columbia, University of Victoria and Kwantlen Polytechnic University through working together, supporting one another and ultimately acting as a synergistic coastal region.

This is a video to wrap up the success of an awesome conference.

Cheers to the fantastic delegates for making this conference a huge success.

(the song is not owned by us)

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