Aie Serve’s Team is proud to announce the 2013 round of the Aie Power Program!
We’ve realized that a lot of youth aspire to make positive change in their community, whether by spreading awareness about a certain issue, empowering community groups, serving the needy, advocating for a cause or lobbying for some policy change, yet in most cases they lack the needed skills, tools and resources to achieve what they dream of.
In this context, Aie Serve, as a youth empowerment organization and through the Aie Power Program, aims at empowering those youth by giving them the needed training, coaching and financial support to achieve their aspirations. So if you have a project idea in mind and would like to see it implemented with the funding, mentorship, networking and managerial support of Aie Serve then this is your chance!
For more information and application form, check: Aie Power Description & Application Form
This program is made possible by the generous support of the Corfu Foundation.
Our community partners are:
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Dear Social Entrepreneurs & Youth Activists,
AUB’s Center for Civic Engagement & Community Service (CCECS) in Collaboration with Aie Serve invite you to a free of charge Introductory Session about Aie Power – The Youth Platform to Transform Project Ideas into Reality on Thursday April 18th at 6pm. Details below:
A lot of youth aspire to make positive change in their community, whether by spreading awareness about a certain issue, empowering community groups, serving the needy, advocating for a cause or lobbying for some policy change, yet in most cases they lack the needed skills, tools and resources to achieve what they dream of.
In this context, Aie Serve, as a youth empowerment organization and through the Aie Power Program, aims at empowering those youth by giving them the needed training, coaching and financial support to achieve their aspirations
- Do you have a project idea to serve the community but don’t have the needed skills and tools?
- Do you need training and mentorship to tweak and enhance a community oriented idea?
- Do you have a creative idea and need funding to make it happen?
- Do you believe in volunteer work, respecting others, and accepting differences?
- Are you up for a challenging competition?
If you answered “Yes” to any of the above, then Aie Power program is meant for you. Join us in this introductory session we’re holding with AUB’s Center for Civic Engagement & Community Service on Thursday April 18th at 6pm by filling the following form!
Attend this session and benefit from tips, tricks and details about the application process, selection criteria and get to know more about last year’s winners.
- Program Brief
- Program Objectives
- Competition Phases & Overall Process
- Brief about Last Year’s Winners
- Q & A
Looking forward to see you with us and feel free to spread the word for all social innovators, entrepreneurs, and activists you know!
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For the past 5 years, our trip has been nothing like the ordinary. We’ve went into leaps of faith, built partnerships, relations and friendships that we never thought possible, achieved things we didn’t know we were capable of…and most importantly, server our community to our fullest potentials.
In this context, we’re both glad and proud to have successfully went through the past 5 years as a young and growing organization…and we’d like to celebrate our anniversary with you all.