I’ve been the President of NESU for almost three months now and I thought it would be a good idea to tell you a little bit of what I have done so far.
This autumn history was made in Lappeenranta when NESU Conference landed there for the first time. NESU-Enklaavi and NESU Tallinn joined their forces and organized the Conference between two countries. Many people have probably at least heard about this, but especially because it wasn’t possible to apply to participate to this Conference from organizing cities, I think most people don’t know what we actually did. In this blog post I would like to tell a little bit from the organizer’s point of view what kind of a project this was.
This year has been really great for NESU Iceland !!
This is NESU Tallinn’s first blog post so a little recap on what we do might be in order.
Since we’re already nearing the end of 2017 it is time to turn our sights towards the approaching 2018. The new board of NESU-Waasa is both excited and eagerly awaiting for the things to come. Thanks to the active class of 2017 we have formed an excellent new NESU-board, and we’ve gained a lot of great new NESU-actives. In other words, our basis for the new year is excellent, but there’s always work to be done to improve our organization and its functions.