Category Alumni

Vote for a new alumni-representative for the National Committee

Dear members of EYP Norway,

The voting period for the extraordinary election of a new alumni representative to EYP Norway’s National Committee is now open. The spot that is going to be filled is for a period of one year, and now you are able to influence who should have this spot!

Two people have shown interests in this role, and they are:

Anniken Katrine Knudsen

Endre Holstad Haugland (film)

To read their manifestos (in Norwegian) you can follow this link.

The election will take place in the form of online voting, and will be open between 24.-30.10.2019. When you’ve read about the candidates and decided who to vote for you can vote through this link. Voting is only open for paying members, if you’re currently not a member you can join EYPNAA here.

We encourage everyone who can to vote!

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Run for the board of EYPNAA 2020!

Would you like to run for the board of EYP Norway Alumni Association (EYPNAA) for 2020?

We’re looking for candidates who would want to be a part of next years board, where the election will take place 14th of September, right after Oslo 2019, during our Annual General Meeting.

To show you’re interested in running, fill out this form

The nominating committee, the committee responsible for nominating potential candidates for the different positions will consist of:

  • Einar Stefánsson, former Head Organiser of the National Session and other sessions of EYP Norway
  • Johan Martin Emberland Johnsen, former head organiser of the National Session
  • Marthe Wedøe, current Head of Communication
  • Liv Marie Rønhovde, current president of EYPNAA and leader of the nominating committee.

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Call for Head Organisers for our Regional Sessions 2020

Dear EYPers,

The last few years EYP Norway has organised regional sessions around the country and we wish to continue this tradition in 2020. A regional session is a great opportunity to introduce hundreds of young students to EYP and our values, whilst being a place for Norwegian EYPers to try out different roles at sessions.

We are looking for 1-2 Head Organisers in 3 different regions.

After evaluating our 2019 regional sessions, as well as the board’s capacity to follow up the head organisers, we have come to the conclusion to limit our regional sessions to three per year wherever it is motivation and engagement to organise a regional session.

The regional sessions in 2020 will take place between January and March...

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Summer Alumni Weekend

We are happy to announce the dates and the location for our annual summer alumni weekend. The event will take place from the 9th to the 11th of August in Bergen this year. It will include several modules on various subjects and have lots of bonding time. The Head Organiser is Daniel Røvik.

You can already join Daniel today by applying as a core organiser!

Link to the application form:…/summer-alumni-weekend-eyp-nor…
DEADLINE: 27th of March 23:59

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Lørdag 15. september 2018 avholdt EYPNAA sin årlige generalforsamling i Drammen, tradisjon tro i etterkant av årets nasjonalsesjon. Der ble det gjort en gjennomgang og evaluering av året som har gått, med et spesielt fokus på styrets arbeid, de ulike sesjonene og arrangementene som ble gjennomført, samt lokallagenes aktivitet. Videre ble det gjennomført et valg av nytt styre for 2019, og listen foreligger som følgende:

Leder: Liv Marie Rønhovde
Nestleder: Daniel Røvik
Nasjonal koordinator: Marthe Macody Tufte Lund
Web og info-ansvarlig: Marthe Wedøe
Økonomiansvarlig: Henry Grindheim Hogstad
Hovedarrangører for nasjonalsesjonen 2019: Eva Thorshaug og Mats Philippe Jensen

Alumnirepresentant til nasjonalkomiteen: Ine Johanne Bjerknes Møllegaard

Til orientering vil det nye sty...

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Center for Internationalisation of Education recap the National Session in Bergen 2015

Senter for Internasjonalisering av Utdanning (SIU) skrev om Nasjonalsesjonen i Bergen på sidene sine, og har også skrevet om hvordan skoler kunne melde seg på nasjonalsesjonen i 2015. Les om det her.
Kanskje det er relevant for din skole neste år?

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