AEGEE-Aachen consists of several Working Groups, along with the Board and Committees.
The working groups are where it all happens! You want to learn new stuff? Most of it you learn by doing it. Organize a weekend full of workshops, food, logistics and more? Sure! Organize a city-trip for 60 people? Sure! Create content that is seen by thousands? Sure!
Erasmus Working Group
The Erasmus working group is responsible for the tutoring program in Aachen, for all events that happen for Erasmus students, as well as the social drinks every monday.
What can you do with the Erasmus Working Group? You can organize all kind of events for and with Erasmus Students. Examples are: Cultural nights (show food, music and other traditions from your country), Hiking Trips, City Trips (Berlin, Hamburg, Amsterdam…), Parties, Sport Events – and everything else you can imagine. This is the right working group for you if you want to organize events and get to know International Students at the same time.
Human Resources Working Group
The Human Resources Working Group is responsible for events that happen for our (potential) members. You can think about: Members Weekend, Christmas Party, Dinners, Cooking Events, Sport Events, Training Courses.. If you ever want to organize something, whatever you might think is cool, you can! Also, the AEGEE-Aachen Wiki is initiated and run by the HR WG. This is the right working group if you like the people of AEGEE-Aachen, you want to learn to organize something, and like to be seen by people.
Public Relations Working Group
The Public Relations Working Group is responsible for parts of the PR work of AEGEE-Aachen. You can think about: Flyer Design, Writing Content for the Website, Comparing and buying Merchandising Articles.. This work is mainly done in the background. This is the right working group if you like to Design and draw stuff, Write articles, control Social Network, and are happy your work is seen by many people.
Lilian, speaker of the Public Relations Working Group
Philipp, vice-speaker of the Public Relations Working Group