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Are you commercially minded, sharp witted, ambitious and do you want to improve your professional skill set? Then, the Acquisition Committee might just be looking for some extracurricular work.
The Acquisition Committee is a newly established committee with the sole function of extracting more financial gains for ACE by external parties. This means that you are working closely together with the External Relations Manager or the Board of ACE. Together, you will be searching for new sponsors who are willing to sponsor ACE while maintaining warm contacts with the partners.
If you think you have the analytical and commercial skills to help ACE grow, then join the Acquisition Committee and help ACE achieve its financial goals.
Arts and Culture Committee
Do you like going to festivals, museums, theatres? In that case the activities of the Arts and Culture Committee are the perfect fit for you. This committee is focused on bringing people together with a shared cultural interest. The activities cover a variety of fields and are open to everyone. If you want to broaden your cultural horizon, this is the committee for you!
This years' committee consists of (from left to right): Izzy Ramos, Karim Hussainali, Dylan van der Torre (chairman), Jill Buitendijk, Ellis de Graaf.
International Faculty Association ACE is there to help you develop your professional skills. During your studies you will learn a lot and gain experience in the field you want to work in. However, it is also important that you orientate yourself and that you get in touch with companies to see if your interests are really something you want to continue working on in the future. It is important that students prepare for their future, even if you just started studying. We will bring you in touch with companies and provide you with trainings and workshops.
In February, International Faculty Association ACE will organise the biggest humanities career event on campus, namely the Career Days. During this four-day event on campus multiple companies will give presentations, workshops, lunches and other activities. You will have the opportunity to network, explore your interests and to get a professional picture taken.
This years' committee consists of (from left to right): Sam Mirck, Lina Nsoni-Zau, Sanne Sprengers, Puck van den Heuvel, Emina Mulagic (chairman), Daan Richter, Naomie Mankenda, Sabine Lueb, Ilaria Viola.
EmbrACE Committee (Faculty Magazine)
This committee is responsible for publishing four EmbrACE magazine issues during the academic year. Join this committee if you are an inspired writer or if you just want to explore what being a journalist feels like. You will be a part of the editorial team, which means writing articles, reviews and opinion pieces for both our print edition and online. Join the embrace committee, be part of the team that changed the faculty magazine and experience the behind-the-scenes world of journalism!
This years' committee consists of (from left to right, starting at the top): Matthias de Heer (chairman), Aaron Beard, Cassandra Langenskiöld, Sonia Juillet, Julia Murphy, Lena Mingzhu Weiberlenn, Romy de Wijs (Editor in Chief), Saaiqa Merali, Celine Tandoyo, Roland van Erven, Klara Weygand, Ina Weber - missing editors: Robin van den Bovenkamp, Berdan Kaplan, Polina Novikova.
This committee organizes the Erasmus EXPO every year; one of the biggest events of ACE! This committee is perfect to join if you are interested in learning about what it feels like to set up an actual exhibition. Last year we started to collaborate with artistic parties outside the campus to attract a more diverse public. However, the content of the exhibition is completely open and up to you as a member of this committee. Do you want to be creative and are you good at thinking outside the box? In this committee you can put your creativity into reality.
This years' committee consists of (from left to right, starting at the top): Jonathan Oron, Robin van den Bovenkamp (chairman), Ingrid Tamm, Minh Nguyet Nguyen, Romy de Wijs, Luka de Ruijter, Jabe Oost, Salome Balderrabano.
The Freshmen committee organises great activities where freshmen can get to know each other but also meet people from other studies. These activities can vary from going to an indoor trampoline-park, to ice-skating, to a night organised especially for parents to show them what life at university is like; you name it! A new study is a new start and there is no better way than to start it with us! Of course, non-freshmen students are also welcome!
This years' committee consists of (from left to right, starting at the top): X, Anne-Merel van Kempen, Justin Kolijn, Kim Kuijpers, Christiaan van Sliedregt, Loet Liebregts, Wesley van Bavel (chairman).
Are you interested in doing more besides studying? The History Committee will organise different study-deepening and fun activities throughout the year for you. This year we will cooperate more with the teachers of the faculty, to make the activities not only fun but also educational!
This years' committee consists of (from left to right, starting at the top): Aaron Beard, Alex Hordijk, Hein Rietveld, Nick Schmitz, Jorn Noordhof, Wesley van Bavel, Saskia Cluistra, Rose Aitken (chairman).
The IBCoMmittee is the event committee for IBCoM students (International Bachelor of Communication & Media). They aim to create events that will not only bring the students of IBCoM together, but also have an additional value to students from the entire ESHCC faculty. Activities include social and educational events. Lastly, the IBCoMmittee will among others organize its famous IBCoM Awards!
This years' committee consists of (from left to right): Anne Floor van Beem, Dané van Hemert, Karim Hussainali, Daniëlle van Kalken (chairman), Abby van Kasteren, Demi Heijboer.
The International Committee is, as the name already states, the committee for our international students. However, this does not mean that the committee is only for internationals to join, as there are also Dutch students who are interested in organising events that will make the differences between the nationalities smaller. The events can be anything: getting to know Rotterdam or other cities in the Netherlands, learning about the famous Dutch 'poffertjes', introducing other cultures to our members, and so on!
This years' committee consists of (from left to right): Karim Hussainali, Denise ter Avest, Sonia Juillet, Lena Mingzhu Weiberlenn (chairman), Juliette Janssen, Daniël Vuijk.
Long Trip Committee
Each year the Long Trip Committee organises a trip of around ten days to a special destination. The locations are different and mostly not that well known. For example, the last few years we went to Georgia, Malta & Sicily, Estonia & Finland, Ukraine and Israel. The long trip usually takes place in July after the last exams, so it is a perfect way to start your summer vacation. The trip will include a lot of study-related activities for all participating studies. Of course, there is also room for social activities. The Long Trip is a great experience that you do not want to miss out on!
This years' committee consists of (from left to right, starting at the top): Daan Richter, Nicoleta Ciobanu, Puck van den Heuvel, Jorn Schulting (chairman), Lauryna Valiulyte, Amber Bulkmans, Celine Tandoyo. Missing in the picture: Eszter Knopp.
It’s all in the name. This committee organises great PARTIES! This year, the committee will once again make sure our association gets to enjoy fun new parties with special themes. The committee will combine old traditions with new ideas. Hope to see you there!
This years' committee consists of (from left to right, starting at the top): X, Martijn Morsink (chairman), X, X, X, Nick Schmitz, Laura Boezel, Nikita Tolokonski. Missing in the picture: Puck van den Heuvel & Romy de Wijs.
Short Trip Committee
Each year the Short Trip Committee organises a trip of three or four days abroad. This trip usually takes place somewhere in Europe. The previous three years we visited Madrid, Budapest, Lisboa and Vienna, so who knows what this year will bring? The trip will take place in the second week of February. It is a weekend full of interesting visits and fun. Do you want to see a city in a whole new way? Join the Short Trip!