Published on March 7, 2014
• Hard Criteria • Matchability • New selection questions
By using them, you collect all the right information from your applicant The information you use to search the current Supply & Demand if it fits him
Some certain conditions that an application form must have Based on the hard criteria, you can decide to call a person for an interview or not It can be: what kind of exchange/background he wants, what countries he’s interested in, his duration, work experience, academic background, languages
EP should have a Bachelor Degree If he doesn’t have a bachelor degree, he can still find an internship (just search internships that have “undergraduate”) Most common internships for people without Bachelor Degree are Teaching
Especially for Business and Marketing, it is highly preferred to have at least 6 months relevant working experience If he doesn’t have relevant experience, you must test his academic knowledge in the selection process
He must have at least a B2 for GIP You can test this with the Language Test If he doesn’t have B2, offer him GCDP or Speak and a discounted price for a GIP later
Check if what he wants for an internship (background and JD) can be found on myaiesec.net More on this in the Matchability section
It is really advisable that he choses at least 2 country partners from 2 different regions in the application form
For GIP he must be willing to go for at least 4 months Only exception is in Teaching – where there can be internship for 2-3 months as well See when does he want to start his internship: if he wants to start in 6 months from now, there’s no point interviewing him. Interview a person at a maximum 3 months before he wants to start his internship
If he doesn’t fit the Hard Criteria in one of those sections, immediately call him Try to negotiate on the phone with him with the options If he still doesn’t want (for example accept another country, or go for a longer period) – you don’t call him for an interview
What does it mean? You must raise your EPs according to what you have currently on MyAIESEC.net, not on what you might think you will have sometime in the future
Based on what he filled in the application form, search for TNs that fit his requirements You have to find at least 30 TNs for him in order to have high chances of matching! (first of all from country partners) You will show him the TNs at the interview, for him to have good expectations
If you don’t find 30 TNs, try finding something similar and showing him options on the interview For more technical or hard to work profiles (like Engineering, Architecture), do offline matching!
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