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OCB Success Stories - April 2023


Mexi Mundus was a success!

For the first time, an “Erasmus tour” happened in Mexico, with three visits around the country and ready to celebrate a final online session, an approved ESAA project impacted more than 120 students and ten Universities in three states that wanted to know more about the Erasmus+ initiatives and programmes, as Erasmus mobility, Erasmus Mundus, Marie Sklodowska-Curie, and Jean Monnet.



CRNet April Monthly Huddle

Country Representatives Monthly Huddles are an occasion to exchange ideas, join forces, ask questions, and get information about the news in EMA. On 2 April 2023, the OCB unit volunteers had a chance to take a glimpse into the CR team for Bangladesh's recent work.


Three members of their team, Country Representative Sayed Muhammed Baker and Deputy Country Representatives Rakib Raihan and Md. Mahamudul Hasan Mredul presented the strategy implemented by the team of 15 local volunteers to promote EMA in Bangladesh. This included tips on how to form a community of local volunteers to delegate tasks and reach more students; which promotional activities work the best to create engagement among prospective students, universities and other partners, how alumni can contribute to local activities; and how to support job placement and professional development of EMA members.



PR + CR Huddle Pre-General Assembly Meeting

Online meeting of the GA attendees [PRs and CRs]. There were a total of 35 attendees including the GAOC Lead, the President (ad-interim) and a few MB members. The meeting started with the introduction of the participants. GAOC Lead delivered a session on the profile of GA attendees, the tentative idea behind the theme of the GA, expectations from the GA attendees, etc.


Followed by this, the director of the S&A Unit delivered a session on how to engage and promote the virtual sessions of the GA. The participants were divided into four groups and asked to put their views on a Jamboard. The interactions resulted in many suggestions that the GAOC team will compile.


Finally, in an open discussion session, the participants raised questions and queries about the GA.




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