Internship Experience @ AIESEC, Damietta, Egypt: Interact with People from Different Nations

Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID


Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength

AIESEC, Damietta, Egypt

Application Process with contact details

Stage 1- Filled the form for internship. In which I have to mention name of countries in which I have to do my internship and upload my CV.

Stage 2- Interview.

Stage 3- Matching of the candidate.

Duration of internship and timings

June – July 2016.

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

My work started from June 10 ,2016 the head name was Miss Mona .I went nursery at 9:00 a.m.and I had warm welcome by my head she asked me about the personal details and my experience. Then she explained my work.

Main tasks

I need to promote the nursery and teach the little kids basic English and organised a big event called global village.

Work environment and people

Work environment was nice which helped me to interact with new people of different nationalities which unknown to me. I was able to give my hundred percent in my work.

Best things

This internship increased my confidence level as well as my patience level. Now I am able to exchange my ideas and thoughts with people.

Bad things

There were no bad things.



Biggest Lessons

Human nature in whole world is same.

Any Other Thing

AIESEC provides social internship to college going students. They deal with common problem of whole world and as a interns we help AIESEC to develop the world as whole and poor people.

Overall Rating



Stayed in the apartment with three girls in Old Damietta, Egypt. They were from different nationalities. I worked under the owner of the house in her nursery.

Office Timings

9:00 am to 2:30 pm. They were neither strict nor relaxed.


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