From home to work and then from work to home? I would suicide if I live like that. I don’t know when exactly I got the volunteering virus but I live in peace with it. Even better: Happier. Because I am doing something for the others and for the world…
I always try to do something for me, but also something for the, Community, for the Country, for the World, for the other You.
Give and Take, Learn more, Invest in you surroundinfs, and you will love it…
– Recrutment of 50+ civil society observers during Tunisia Partial Parlement Elections.
– Reporting, supervision and synchronization with the local supervisors
– Realtime coordination with the core team in Tunisia
– The official Youth Parlement in Baden-Württemberg where youth gets 1-to-1 discussions with their regional deputies to discuss civic and political topics
– First version including participation of refugees in the event and giving them the chance to join the civic and political activities.
– Workshop Leader for the topic: Refugees and Integration bringing together youth and deputies
– An entrepreneurship summit bringing together 75+ startups from the fast growing startup hubs around the world compete for equity investment of up to $1,000,000
– Support Seedstars team to ensure entrepreneurs, mentors and investors the perfect environment to find opportunities and make business
– Assist, support and help National Olympic & Paralympic Committees in the Olympic Village and in the Venues to ensure a smooth participation in the games and competitions
– Coordination and collaboration with Rio2016 Organization Team during the Opening and Closing Ceremonies and during the stay of the delegations.
– Synchronization and support for Athletes, Coaches and Administratives for any kind of help and need.
– Supervision of a 15-member group of national independent observers of the civil Tunisian society during Tunisia Parlement and Presidential Elections.
– Realtime coordination with other supervisors in Germany.
– Reporting and synchronization with Germany national coordinator.
– Set the environmental, administrative and official papers and documents needed for the association to be recognized in Tunisia and abroad.
– Recruit and lead the first Executive Board for the association.
– Establish the organization’s strategy, goals and methodology and initiate areas of influence (companies – university – NGOs)
– Help during the needed administrative and functional steps of the creation of a confederation in Tunisia
– Support during the organization of the first national official seminar which gathered more than 300 junior entrepreneurs in Tunisia.
– Interim responsibility of marketing, content creation and community management of the confederation.
– Initiate the creation of the organization within the university and collaboration with IEEE Tunisia Section and IEEE in the USA.
– Identify interesting societies for university student and make for each a presentation campaign (more than 50 students members are gathered for IEEE in one month of work)
– Recruit the following Executive Board and made an official handover of activities.
– Recruit an international team for the working mandate
– Establish collaboration projects abroad between ENSI Junior Enterprise and abroad (Europe, Morocco and Brazil)
– Regular synchronization, update and feedback meeting with Junior Enterprises abroad.
– Took care of marketing and communication of the club’s activities throughout the year.
– Organizing Committee Member of the Second Microsoft Students Seminar in Tunisia.
– Lead a 12-member team throughout the mandate (technical projects coordinator, Head of the organization of ENSI Career Forum)
– Made interviews for new and potential organization members.
– Initiate first contact with Junior Enterprises abroad (Torino in 2010, Brussels in 2011 and Vienna in 2012)
– Development of the dedicated website and the necessary marketing in- and outside the university
– Coordination and collaboration with Alumni in Germany, Canada and Tunisia.
– Head of a 25-member on-site organization committee.
– Deep engagement of every part of the event (Planning, Sponsoring, Budget, Marketing, Logistics and Communication)
– Head of a 90-member on-site organizing team.
– Gave the welcoming word and Moderator of the panel discussion during the whole event.
“Labour Migration to Europe: On the Lookout for a Sustainable Approach”, an event held and organized by the GIZ in Brussels, Belgium (Deutsche Gesellschaft für international Zusammenarbeit.
during the event: Student Branches Congress (SBC) held and organized by local IEEE in Madrid, Spain
in Brussels, Belgium, organized by JADE (Junior Association for Development in Europe) known as the European Confederation of Junior Enterprises.
with a mission to expand the network and the concept of Junior-Enterprises in North-Africa.
– Jade October meeting in 2010, Torino, Italy.
– JADE Summer Meeting in 2011, Brussels, Belgium
– Summer JADE Meeting in 2011 in Vienna, Austria