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Global Outreach Cell- IAESTE LC JECRC


IAESTE which stands for INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR EXCHANGE OF STUDENTS FOR TECHNICAL EXPERIENCE was established in 2014 for students to provide them with a world full of opportunities by connecting them to a global platform. It sets a platform for the students to exchange their culture with other people and to connect with like-minded people.

The International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IAESTE) is an independent, non-profit, and non-political student exchange organization. It provides students with internships abroad in technical degrees (primarily in Science, Engineering and Applied Arts) with paid, course-related, training abroad and employers with highly-skilled, highly motivated trainees, for long and short term projects. With over 86 Countries involved and exchanging over 4000 traineeships each year worldwide, it is the largest organization of its kind in the world.

With the era of digitalization, IAESTE was already one of the best organizations to use the latest technologies to keep things run efficiently and get work done at a faster rate before the COVID put a set back on the whole world. We had one of the leading online-based exchange workings that only a few had and COVID only gave us the chance to make all of our other departments like HR, Administration, Marketing, Business Development, etc adopt the same technologies to get better in the current scenario.

All the departments were working offline but as COVID impacted us, all the working of these departments shifted to online mode.

IAESTE is an International organization that works to provide paid international internships to students. Unlike many other international organizations, we are a student-run body. We provide internship opportunities in over 80+ countries with the availability of both remote and conventional internships.

The Association was found in January 1948 at Imperial College, London, where representatives from ten European countries agreed on the initiative. The geographical coverage soon spread to include exchange in over 80 countries in all continents, and IAESTE became a registered body according to Luxembourg law in 2005. Since its inception, IAESTE has exchanged more than 350,000 students worldwide, playing a key role in the development of young engineers and scientists.

On 20th October 2021 we celebrated 73rd Anniversary of IAESTE which was established in 1948 in the aftermath of the Second World War , based on the strong belief that building friendships through student exchange would contribute to world peace . A very proud day for all the members of IAESTE that it has come so far and provided global exposure along with technical experience.

IAESTE provides internships in both remote and conventional opportunity

Conventional internships are the ones in which the intern has to go to the host country and complete the internship with the golden chance to stay and explore the host country. Remote internships are the ones in which the intern gets the facility of completing the internship at the comfort of their home.

IAESTE DELIVERS VARIOUS INTERNSHIPS AS IT PROMISES- Even in these tough times of the pandemic, IAESTE JECRC provided many internship offers from all over the world. The recent offers were from countries like Sweden, Austria, Switzerland, Hungary, and Bangladesh provided a great opportunity for the members to get work experience and learning in all these countries. These offers provided a good stipend and knowledge in all fields like computer science and IT, aerospace, electrical, microbiology, and many more.

Even in the challenging time of Covid, the newly recruited LC members were given a warm welcome and brief explanation on the working of the IAESTE JECRC and all of its departments. Each of the Department Head along with the President and Vice-President organized online meetings with the newly recruited LC members so that they can get their doubts and problems sorted and explained them the working and importance of their respective departments. New recruits were given a brief description of how they have to perform their tasks provided by the department and the organization. At the end of the sessions, recruits were assigned with some tasks to provide them the experience and knowledge about the function and process of the departments.