Nour: I was one of the four developers in the internship, but with more concentration on the business development of our products. My main tasks were developing and implementing the MVP (Minimum viable product), preparing the Business canvas and allocating who are our stakeholders and who are our customers and how we can approach them.
Nour: I was registered in a Masters program and one of my colleagues was a former BBox participant. He is the one who encouraged me to apply to this opportunity. I got accepted during the interview, and I only had to connect to AIESEC Egypt to pay the fees, and all the paperwork handling was done by the help of Jenny Buckenberger, who was in charge in AIESEC in Karlsruhe, Germany.
Nour: I should say that I learned about our differences but actually also the opposite, I realized more what we share, and that we all may have the same insecurities and challenges. So I realized that humans everywhere really share the same feeling, doubts and dreams.
Nour: Setting ground rules of respect, without losing our funny moments.
Nour: The challenge would be building a social connection. Because if the virtual meeting is related to work only, then you are missing the intercultural exchange opportunity, So I would recommend having virtual meetings for intercultural and normal games or activities.
Nour: The same structure in BBox would work, but we just need to work more about moving the content of all our events to fit the virtual meeting and make sure that it would be as fun as non virtual meeting!
1. Formulierung der Stellenbeschreibung
2. Führung von Interviews mit potenziellen Kandidat*innen
3. Auswahl der Praktikant*innen