The Affiliated Societies Working Group (AS WG) is in charge of maintaining a good channel of communication between existing Affiliated Societies inside EUROAVIA, and between the AS and the International Board. It also looks out for the well-being of the existing AS and engages new ones into the EUROAVIA community.
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The International Events Working Group (IE WG) is in charge of providing support to the Affiliated Societies (AS) to organise an international event and ensure its high quality. It is important to highlight that the WG does not organise the event but gives all the support to the AS to organise it and promote it among all EUROAVIA members.
The Business Relations Working Group (BR WG) is in charge of establishing and maintaining communication between third parties and EUROAVIA. It manages the marketing strategy and tries to increase the number of partners, at local and international level.
The Human Resources Working Group (HR WG) is in charge of recruiting people for all the Working Groups of the association and make sure that these WG are able to achieve their goals with its members.
The Communication Working Group (CM WG) is in charge of creating and designing the communication strategy of the Association along with the International Board in order to improve the image of EUROAVIA, both for its members and third parties.
The Information Technology Working Group (IT WG) takes care of the digital services of EUROAVIA. This includes the website, the e-mailing system, the central archive, the cloud and Discord server. The WG also provides support to Local Groups who request help to improve their website, personalized e-mail addresses or a Team site.
The EUROAVIA Training System Working Group (ETS WG) aims at delivering soft skills formation to EUROAVIA members. Such formation is delivered both with specific training sessions requested by AS, or during International Events. The WG is composed by qualified Trainers and has its own board.
Contrary to all other WGs, the only way to join the ETS WG is to participate to the Train New Trainers (TNT) International Event, and become a certified EUROAVIA Trainer.
The Design Working Group (DN WG) takes care of the visual image of EUROAVIA and oversees the Corporate Identity of the Association. It deals with the creation of the merchandise and promotional material like posters, brochures, logos and the design of the EUROAVIA website, newsletter and magazine.
The Regulations and European Connections Working Group (REC WG) maintains the internal regulations of the association up to date, by revising them and modifying the salient parts that need major changes. It also takes care of EUROAVIA application to European Grants, in order to get funding for the various projects and events.
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