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Table of Contents --------------------------------• • • • • • • • • Welcome to Indianapolis ! Logistics Meet the OC Facilitators MC Agenda & Events Packing List Theme Night Parties Expectations for Delegates

Delegates can pick up room keys after 3 p.m. on the 30th. LCPs can pick keys after 3 p.m. on the 28th.

capital city of Indiana city population : 829,718 12th largest city in the US

Attractions Located in the center of Indianapolis, we will be hosting WNC at the Sheraton! Thanks to Matthew Burris from Indiana, we have a great list of attractions and places to visit in Indianapolis for our study tour, following the conference! Check out our study tour page for more information.

31 West Ohio Street Indianapolis, IN 46204

From the Airport
IndyGo bus system Route 8 provides non-express, fixed-route service from the airport to downtown via stops along Washington Street. Cost is $1.75 per ride. There is a bus stop right outside the hotel, on the corner of Illinois & Ohio streets.

Driving We gave you the address. Use Google Maps. Parking is $15/day at the hotel.

Organizing Committee
Sadiq Omar, Michigan
“Fun fact, I once ate 100 boxes of nerds in one weekend.”

Hey AIESEC! I am pleased to present you with the delegate mailer for WNC 12/13 ! My team and I have been working diligently for nearly nine months to make this conference one you’ll never forget ; we hope you’re as stoked as we are, because this year it’s going to be EPIC, with 360 delegates from all over the world and 7 nights in Indianapolis at the Sheraton hotel. This mailer introduces you to the whole conference team and has all the information you need about the conference so READ IT ! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at : My team and I came up with a few small expectations that we think are most important. There is another list on our expectations page, so be sure to check that out. Be the Leader of your conference experience; Activating Leadership is one of AIESEC’s six core values and we expect you to take an active role in having an amazing experience at this conference. Lead by example ; whether you are a conference team member, member or in a leadership role, we expect you to set a good example. This includes participating actively, appropriate behavior at all times and striving to learn and gain the absolute maximum from the conference – Enjoying Participation, Demonstrating Integrity and Striving for Excellence, another three core values. Can’t wait to see all of you on December 30th ! Happy holidays and happy reading.

VP Finance
Sook Peng, How, Michigan “I had a private dinner with Jimmy Choo when I was 17.”

Hotel Relations & Logistics
Matt Souza, Michigan “Check my polo.”

Hotel Relations & Logistics
Chanho Eric Roh, Madison "I don't have a "hometown" - I grew up in Seoul, Vancouver, and Chicago!”

Eleanore An, Michigan “That’s too mainstream.”

VP Hotel Relations & Logistics
Corrie Lundberg, Kansas/Michigan “I’m watching you. Don’t play games.”

VP Marketing
Angel Ting, Michigan “I speak 5 languages which exclude my mother’s native language.”

VP Sponsorship
Maurice Hogan, Michigan “I can twist my legs into pretzel form and run on my knees.”

VP Registration
Neil Thawani, Mizzou “I can recite the alphabet backwards in less than 3 seconds.”

ICX Maya Kartabayeva Tory Moore Victor Varela (Mexico)
OGX Alyssa Alicino Thien-Kim Quach Tala Mansi COMM/IM Joseph Lim

Finance Christian Manion Patrick Johnson

New Member Jonas Gottschalk (Germany)

Train the Trainer Hanne OckertAxelsson Emma Fernandez

TM Bailey Edgell

MC Infinity
MCP – Cole VP ICX – Arya BD Director – Alexi AD Director – Jessie VP OGX – Zach VP COMM/IM – Lucia VP Finance – Simon VP TM - Bill VP LCD - Alisa

A Few Words…

Hello WNC Delegates! We are very excited that WNC is just a few days away – this conference is a wonderful opportunity for LCs across the country to get together as one and improve their knowledge and skills. In addition, this conference will feature elections for our next MCP and new tracks that have never been seen before in AIESEC US !

Take a look at the agenda on the next two pages and get ready for an amazing experience 
Bill & Alisa

Agenda and Events
Day 1 through 4

Opening Time 8:00 AM 8:30 AM 9:00 AM 9:30 AM 10:00 AM 10:30 AM 11:00 AM 11:30 AM 12:00 PM 12:30 PM 1:00 PM 1:30 PM 2:00 PM 2:30 PM 3:00 PM 3:30 PM 4:00 PM 4:30 PM 5:00 PM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM 11:00 PM 11:30 PM 12:00 AM Day 1 - Sunday 30th

Generation 2013 Day 2 - Monday 31st Breakfast

Our Direction Day 3 - Tuesday 1st

Strategy Day 4 - Wednesday 2nd Breakfast

Sleep-In and breakfast Morning Plenary What Does the World Need? Arrival and Check In Lunch Lunch Bigger and Better Together Replicating Success Break Generation 2013 Opening Plenary Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner MCP Opening Speeches LC Time Evening Plenary Get Ready Party 3 Gen 2013 Party Party 4 Voting / New MCP MCP Closing Speeches LC Time Evening Plenary Campfire Stories MCP Q&A Functional Time LLC / TtT Strategy Feedforward Home Group Creation Morning Plenary Functional Time AIESEC US Today Lunch LLC / TtT Morning Plenary

AIESEC US Tomorrow

Functional Spirit LC Time Evening Plenary

Agenda and Events
Day 5 through 8

Implementation Day 5 - Thursday 3rd Breakfast

Leadership Day 6 - Friday 4th Breakfast

Mindset Day 7 - Saturday 5th Breakfast

Closing Day 8 Sunday 6th Sleep-In and breakfast

Time 8:00 AM 8:30 AM 9:00 AM 9:30 AM 10:00 AM 10:30 AM 11:00 AM 11:30 AM 12:00 PM 12:30 PM 1:00 PM 1:30 PM 2:00 PM 2:30 PM 3:00 PM 3:30 PM 4:00 PM 4:30 PM 5:00 PM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM 11:00 PM 11:30 PM 12:00 AM

Morning Plenary Morning Plenary Morning Plenary Our HG Check In LEAD Intro Implement Programs LLC / Thunderbird Self through Understandi TtT LLC / TtT Awareness Process ng Trust Problem Solving and Leadership Building / Feedback LLC / TtT Solution Orientation Delegation Principles Lunch Lunch Lunch Implement Understandi through ng Life as an Personal Process Exchange AIESECer Coaching Effectivene LLC / TtT ss Implement My Break through Contributio LLC / Planning n to 2013 Trust Meeting TtT LLC / TtT Manageme Building Funtional Time HG Closing Functional LLC / TtT nt Time World Cafe Impact Taking Action LC Time Dinner Regional Spirit LC Time LEGO Evening Plenary Gala Night Party 7 Evening Plenary Get Ready LC Time Evening Plenary Dinner

Closing Plenary

Travel Home

Party 5

Conference Packing List
• • • • • • • • Day clothing Toiletries [toothbrush, face-wash, deodorant, etc.] Notebooks & pens Theme nights apparel [see next page for themes] Cash for AIESEC goodies Laptop and charger Cellphone and charger Reusable water bottle/coffee thermos

Theme Night Parties
• Dec. 30 : OUT OF THIS WORLD [be an alien, show us your supernatural skills on the dance floor] • Dec. 31 : CASINO NIGHT [casino games, get sexy] • Jan. 1 : CULTURAL PRIDE [culture party ; dress the part, represent your country, school & LC !] • Jan. 2 : BLACK OUT [wear black, it's gonna get funky] • Jan. 3 : BY THE SEASIDE [set sail, AIESECers, on this pirate/pin-up girl/sailor/shark/mermaid/beachmaritime adventure !] • Jan. 4 : GALA NIGHT [dress up in your prettiest formal wear and prepare for awards & a fancy dinner] • Jan. 5 : SUIT UP [adorn your favorite card suit & number/face on the last night of the conference & see if you can make a match…i.e. I might be the Jack of Diamonds]

Delegate Expectations
• • • • • • Listen with Attention, Speak with Intention Respect the conference team & hotel staff Party Smart Open your mind & be proactively learning through the entire conference Come prepared Act as the embodiment of a true AIESECer ; be passionate, enthusiastic, responsible, respectful, creative, caring & kind. Make as many genuine connections with new people as you possibly can Follow the drug & alcohol policy Follow the sexual harassment policy Ask questions ; none of them are stupid. The conference team is there to support you at all times. Have fun!

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