Join the Board

We are currently recruiting new board members for the academic year 2017-2018.
If you would like to apply, please send your CV and motivation letter (including the position(s) you are interested in) to by the 19th of May 2017. We recommend to include at least two options, in order of preference.


Position(s) available:

For the academic year 2017-2018 (starting in July/August):



  • Making sure AEGEE guards, expresses and develops in accordance with its visions and value
  • Representing AEGEE-Maastricht to the outside
  • Head of the Board, tasked with ensuring cooperation happens smoothly
  • Chairing the meetings
  • Coordinating knowledge transfer and helping new members find their way
  • Understanding the long-term needs of the members
  • Heading of the Academic and Thematic Committee




  • Timetabling and planning
    • Setting up meetings (book a room) & making minutes at meetings and assemblies
    • Keeping emails organised
  • Human resources management and internal communication
    • Writing the monthly Mail of the Board
    • Communicating with external bodies (other organisations and associations)
  • Keeping track of archives
  • Heading the European Committee




  • Making the overall budget
  • Financial risk assessment
  • Keeping tabs on expenses and income
  • Paying members for expenses made
  • Getting membership fees
  • Heading the Academic and Thematic Committee


Local Responsible


  • Keeping up with local student life and events in Maastricht
  • Getting creative ideas for AEGEE events
  • Representing AEGEE at events from other associations together with the president
  • Bringing members more in contact with Maastricht (student)life
    • Understanding the day-to-day needs of the members
    • Coordinating local events
  • Heading the Social and Cultural Committee


European Responsible


  • Bringing a European dimension to AEGEE
  • Coordinating European thematic objectives
  • Communicating with neighbouring locals and European organizations/bodies
  • Promoting European events amongst members
  • Communicating with external bodies (other organisations and associations)
  • Promoting the Network Meeting
  • Heading the European Committee and the Social and Cultural Committee



Every board member spends an average of 8-15 hours fulfilling his/her tasks.

Board and Committee meetings take place in the evening, and so do most local activities. Other than that, the time of any job can vary, usually board members can decide when to do certain tasks themselves. The organisation of a Summer University or Exchange takes place over the course of several days, in which the responsible board members are usually assisted in their tasks by committee members and other board members.

We are not a fulltime board. Most or all of our board members have a fulltime study next to their board tasks.