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AIESEC is a global network of 50,000 members across more than 87 countries and territories at more than 741 universities world-wide. AIESEC facilitates international exchange of thousands of students and recent graduates each year. Whether in a paid traineeship or as a volunteer for a non-profit organization, their experiences abroad will undoubtedly affect them forever. Behind everything we do is our mission: to contribute to the development of our countries and their people with an overriding commitment to international understanding and co-operation. Formerly AIESEC was a French acronym for "Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales". Today, AIESEC longer uses this acronym as their membership has grown to encompass a much wider range of disciplines than only economics and commerce.
Submissions must be specific to student organizations that relate to the culture of Greece.
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Please submit only sites related to college fraternities and sororities, including alumni chapters and auxiliary groups such as parents clubs. Sites relating to general fraternal organizations should be submitted to Society/Organizations/Fraternal.

Submit websites to the most relevant category. Multiple submissions or careless submissions will slow the process. Review the sub-categories to find the most appropriate category for submissions. Find the lowest level category appropriate to the site being submitted. Sites under construction will not be listed and submissions will be deleted.

Descriptions should include specific information of the unique qualities and features of the site contents. Avoid advertising hype, overuse of capitalization, and emphatic punctuation. Do use the English language, proper grammar, and a spell-checker.

Affiliate sites, multiple URL''s for the same organization, and mirror sites are not desirable. The ODP reserves the right to alter or replace a proposed description at any time at its sole discretion and editorial judgment.

Fraternities and sororities (sometimes referred to as "women's fraternities") are a unique form of student organization at (primarily) North American colleges and universities. Most organizations have names which consist of two or three Greek letters which represent words or phrases outlining the organization's beliefs or history. While the implementation of fraternities and sororities varies widely from campus to campus and region to region, each group is founded on the principles of lifelong friendship and other ennobling ideals such as scholarship, chivalry, public service, and/or religious ideals.
Submit organizations that are working on the national level here. For local groups, please use a locally appropriate category like for a school, a city, or a state.
This category is intended for political and issues-oriented organizations for secondary school and college or university students that operate on the national level. Local groups should be submitted to other categories.
NOTICE: Only sites that show true dedication towards the advancement of student rights will be considered.
Welcome! Here you will find sites which promote the welfare and flourishing of the rights of students.
This category is only for the over-arching student body representing student views. Narrower-focused groups (such as clubs, fraternities or sororities) are more appropriately submitted to another sub-category of Society/Organizations/Student/

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This category contains links for sites home to student councils, congresses and governments in all levels of education(junior high, high school, college, graduate).
Vocational student organizations.
Vocational student organizations.
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