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Association newsletter week 49/2018

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This is the AYY association newsletter for week 49/2018

A long newsletter with lots of information: Take a look at the materials from this week’s association training at yhdistysopas.ayy.fi/?lang=en and get familiar with the other contents of the brand-new Association Guide as well (items 1 and 2). For some, the advance booking of facilities starts next week already (item 3). Also, a final reminder of the applications to AYY volunteers and Hallopeds (items 7 and 8)! The association newsletter takes a break next week because of Independence Day.

 

Upcoming events and important dates for associations
30 Nov: My Career in Finland (https://www.facebook.com/events/346231852815021/)
3 Dec: Application to AYY Sections ends (item 7, ayy.fi/stop/en/)
3 Dec: Application to Hallopeds ends (item 8, https://ayy.fi/en/blog/2018/10/29/ayy-hakee-hallinnon-opiskelijaedustajia-vuodelle-2019/)
3 Dec: Application to person in charge of the AYY10 anniversary year ends (ayy.fi/stop/en/)
6 Dec: Independence Day procession (item 4, https://www.facebook.com/events/190259045237061/)
17 Dec: Futuretalks: Facing/Fading Frontiers (https://ayy.fi/en/blog/events/futuretalks-facing-fading-frontiers/)
31 Dec: Application to AYY Committees ends (item 7, https://ayy.fi/stop/en/)
15 Jan: Association training in Mikkeli

 

Contents of the newsletter
1. Here you are – the new Association Guide!
2. Association training materials available now
3. Advance booking of AYY’s rentable facilities starting soon!
4. Students of the metropolitan area celebrate Finland’s independence in the Independence Day Procession on 6 Dec
5. Version update in the IT services used by associations
6. Want KY’s pool table for your association?
7. Final reminder: Apply to AYY’s Sections or Committees for 2019!
8. Final reminder: Should the University change? Apply to Student representative in administration!
9. Store traces of your association operations in history

 

1. Here you are – the new Association Guide!
This year, the Organisation Sector has been working on the new Association Guide, and it’s finally ready! The Guide features a multitude of information that associations operating within AYY need to support their operations. The themes cover founding an association, its financial management, administration and equality alike. And plenty of other things! In addition, the extensive Materials bank helps you find essential external sources of information. Right now, the sections regarding the financial statement are particularly topical for many.

The Association Guide can be found here: https://yhdistysopas.ayy.fi/?lang=en

It is advisable to go through this website carefully at the beginning of your term in office and to keep returning to it along the way. Feedback is definitely welcome, as there are always little things to fix. There are still a few sections missing from the Swedish and English versions, but these will be uploaded as soon as the translations are completed.

In the future, you should first look for answers in the Association Guide and only afterwards contact the Organisation Sector: jarjestoasiat(a)ayy.fi.

 

2. Association training materials available now
This week’s three association training sessions are done and dusted. Thanks to all participants for your activity and for coming along. The training materials for both the basic package and the themed day are being gathered into the Association Guide at https://yhdistysopas.ayy.fi/training-materials/?lang=en.

The missing materials will be uploaded onto the site once we receive them from the trainers. Make sure to also tip off your buddies on the Board about these. The training materials are only published in the language the training was held in.

We are hoping for feedback from those who attended the association training, as well as those who could not make it. What was good and what needs to be worked on? On the other hand, why was the day or the themes not suitable for you this time around? On both forms, you can also share your hopes for training in 2019.

Feedback form for the basic package on 27 Nov: http://lomake.ayy.fi/yhdistykset/palaute-peruspaketti-2018/ (in Finnish)

Feedback form for the themed day on 28 Nov: https://lomake.ayy.fi/yhdistykset/palaute-teemapaiva-2018/ (in Finnish)

Thank you so much to those who took part, and lots of luck for next year! And remember to always contact the Organisation Sector when you feel like it: jarjestoasiat(a)ayy.fi.


3. Advance booking of AYY’s rentable facilities starting soon!
The advance booking of AYY’s rentable facilities, also known as tilakähmyt, will start on Monday 3 Dec 2018 for associations. As usual, the bookings are made using AYY’s own booking system TILA. TILA can be found at https://tila.ayy.fi/, and users can log on with the Aalto University IT user details. The easiest way to get started is to read the instructions behind the Help link in the menu bar at the top of the page.

You can make advance bookings for the period of Mon 7 January 2019–Sun 11 August 2019.

The schedule for facility reservations in the system is as follows:

  1. AYY’s internal operators, reservation period 21 Nov–3 Dec 2018. The reservation period ends at 10.00 am on Mon 3 Dec 2018.
  2. Special status associations 3 Dec–11 Dec 2018. The reservation period begins at 12 noon on Mon 3 Dec and ends at 12 noon on Tue 11 Dec. The booking session will be held in Otaniemi from 4.30 pm onwards on Tue 11 Dec 2018 (information will be sent via email to associations as soon as the conference room is confirmed).
  3. Other associations in the 1st list on 12 Dec–18 Dec 2018. The reservation period begins at 12 noon on Wed 12 Dec and ends at 12 noon on Tue 18 Dec.

The booking session will be held in Otaniemi from 4.30 pm onwards on Tue 18 Dec 2018 (information will be sent via email to associations as soon as the conference room is confirmed).
A few notes about the making of reservations:

  • In advance booking, facilities are reserved under the name of associations. The activation key has been sent to the email address provided by an association (usually, this is the mailing list address of the association’s Board) already in the spring, so the person who has handled the facility bookings of the association this year may distribute representation rights through TILA, if necessary.
  • If you receive representation rights for a group, the message subject is “TILA: Activation key for group GROUP NAME”. The activation key can only be used once, so the person who has first logged on to the system may add representation rights to suitable persons in the group in order to make reservations. The reservation right is only activated for the associations that have filled in the association notice and whose information has been updated to the association register this year.
  • Enter the event name in the reservation. If there is no name, the event may be deleted if there are several reservations for the same date at the later stages of the booking session.
  • Please note that AYY’s internal reservations are mainly permanent.
  • Any reservations for anniversaries and anniversary brunches made by special status associations take priority compared to other reservations made by other associations. Reservations made by special status associations will be confirmed when their reservation period ends. In the first booking session, we will clarify the possible duplicate reservations of special status associations. The special status associations do not have to come to the second booking session to defend their reservations.
  • Duplicate bookings can only be made within the reservation periods. After the end of the reservation period, associations can edit, delete or add new reservations that do not overlap with other reservations. Any duplicate reservations can be cancelled by using your own username in the advance booking session, so please bring your laptop in order to get the event running smoothly.
  • When making reservations for long periods of time, please bear in mind that you MUST come to the associations’ advance booking session to give grounds for the bookings made. If needed, AYY will also contact the associations in advance.
  • Only reserve the facility for times when you really need it. If possible, please avoid reservations in Smökki for the following times: PO has rehearsals at Smökki every Monday at 6 pm–9 pm & RWBK at Smökki every Tuesday at 5 pm–10 pm. Please avoid sitsit on Mondays & Tuesdays.
  • There will be small changes in the prices starting 7 Jan 2019. The price list can be found here: ayy.fi/en/price-list

Please note! Due to renovations, there are some exceptions:

  • Gorsu, Living Room and Tatami Hall cannot be booked for the following time period: 7 Jan 2019–3 Mar 2019.
  • Multi-facility Hall cannot be booked for the following time period: 7 Jan 2019–5 May 2019.
  • Takka Cabinet, Game Room, Sitsi Kitchen and Rooftop Sauna cannot be booked for the following time period: 7 Jan 2019–11 Aug 2019.

If you have not received your confirmation code for the user group that you represent or if you have any other questions related to the advance booking sessions, please contact AYY’s Service Manager: riitu.nuutinen (a) ayy.fi.

 

4. Students of the metropolitan area celebrate Finland’s independence in the Independence Day Procession on 6 Dec
The student unions of the metropolitan area are celebrating the Finnish Independence Day on 6 Dec together, as they did last year. The event is organised by the metropolitan area’s student unions HYY, AYY, TaiYo, SHS, Kadettitoverikunta, METKA and Helga. Everyone is welcome to join the procession, torches and lights will be offered by the organisers at the start of the procession. Associations can take part in the procession with their own official flag.

Instructions and the schedule for the event can be found at https://itsenaisyyspaiva.ayy.fi/?lang=en.

The FB page for the event is at https://www.facebook.com/events/190259045237061/.

AYY traditionally offers its operators the following services:

-Flag taxi:
The association’s flag must be delivered to the service point (Otakaari 11) by 4 pm on Monday 3 Dec 2018 AND recorded in the transport list. Make sure you record the flag in the list, as only the flags in it will be taken along. The flags will be returned to the same location, where they should be picked up by Friday 7 Dec.

-Flag carrying belts and heralds’ sashes in the colours of Finland:
The Student Union has a limited number of flag carrying belts as well as blue-and-white heralds’ sashes that suit all flags to lend out. Bookings – first come, first served – by email to arkisto@ayy.fi, and on the day, the equipment will be by the flags at the organising point.

For the duration of the procession, flagbearers and heralds can safely leave their bags in the operation vehicle that goes to the Senate Square. When you hand in your flags for the return delivery, you will get back the things you left for safekeeping. Flagbearers and heralds must not have bags when they are performing their tasks.

More information: niina.palm(a)ayy.fi

 

5. Version update in the IT services used by associations
Otax.fi is the web hotel AYY offers its associations which offers website services and mailing lists. A php version update takes place in otax.fi on 8 December. For the update, service users should make sure that their website is functional before the change. For the change, a separate server will be set up alongside otax.fi from which the updated version can be found.

Check whether the person in charge of your association’s website on AYY’s server is on the mailing list on which the dates and version numbers of the change are explained in more detail. If they have missed signing up for the mailing list, they can do this at https://list.ayy.fi/mailman/listinfo/otax-web-masters.

In all of your association’s IT-related matters, you can contact tietotekniikka(a)ayy.fi.

 

6. Want KY’s pool table for your association?
Need something to do in your shared apartment or brighten up your Guild room? KY is giving away a pool table for free! The table measures 250 cm x 150 cm and is not in perfect shape, but that doesn’t stop a good game from being played on it! You will also get the balls, some cues and chalk packets. You can arrange a time to have a look at the table at Saha (Konemiehentie 4). We are hoping for a quick pickup but, above all, that the table would find a new home!

Queries: KY’s service secretaries, palvelu@kyweb.fi or tel. 040 353 8283 (Mon–Thu at 1–5 pm).

Pictures: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1b8MrGSJyJXSJ1mU-yrBuCxote-5uYZkY?usp=sharing

 

7. Final reminder: Apply to AYY’s Sections or Committees for 2019!
The composition of AYY’s Board for next year was officially decided in the Representative Council’s meeting yesterday! This means that the deadlines for this autumn’s volunteer recruitment are nearing: applications to AYY Sections’ members and to Hallopeds (student representative in administration) will close on 3 Dec. To the Committees, you can apply for the whole of December.

There are all kinds of positions on offer: for example, you can apply to join the organising of the Wappu Party (Teekkari Section/Party Committee) or the Aalto Afterparty (Aava/Afterparty Committee), to execute various sporting events (Aava/Outdoor Sports Committee), to renovate rentable facilities (Campus Section) or to advocate student benefits as an Aalto Halloped.

Or maybe you would like to do something unique? Apply to be in charge of the AYY10 anniversary year, and you will get right into the heart of conceptualising and executing the anniversary year and the 10th annual ball itself.

Learn more about all of the volunteer posts at ayy.fi/stop/en/! You can also get further information by following the social media channels of the Sections and AYY.


8. Final reminder: Should the University change? Apply to Student representative in administration!
Student representatives in administration, or Hallopeds, are regular students who participate in the decision-making and development of the University. Students are the best experts on their own studying and the everyday of teaching. There are more than 250 posts up for grabs. The Student Union appoints the Hallopeds for a one-calendar-year term, and all members of the Student Union are eligible to apply. The application is open until 3 Dec 2018.

There are student representatives in the degree programmes, departments, schools and the University’s central administration. The organs include the academic affairs committees, educational councils and various other committees. The Student Union, the persons in charge of Hallopeds and the organisations’ persons in charge of studies will support the advocacy work.

The official call for applications and a list of positions for 2019: https://ayy.fi/en/blog/2018/10/29/ayy-is-looking-for-student-representatives-for-2019/

The Student Union’s Halloped regulations: https://inside.ayy.fi/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=12615832&preview=/12615832/17268748/Halloped_ohjesaanto_EN.pdf

For further information, contact laura.luoto(a)ayy.fi or minna.makitalo(a)ayy.fi.

 

9. Store traces of your association operations in history
Is it easy to forget archiving? What is it necessary and worthwhile to archive in the first place? Now is a good time to grab hold of the topic, before many of the operators change.

The archive of Aalto University Student Union offers the associations operating within it storage space, equipment and advice on archiving. Archiving is meant to give future operators a vivid idea of the association’s operations. It is worth archiving all self-produced materials relating to the association’s operations as well as other materials that might interest the next generations, all marked appropriately. Tips for limiting your archiving can be found, for example, on the Yhdistystoimijat website (in Finnish).

What is important is that archiving is kept in mind and executed throughout the year. Don’t be afraid to ask for some tips and contact arkisto(a)ayy.fi.

 

 

WANT YOUR NEWS IN THIS NEWSLETTER?

Send us your short text by 10 am on Wednesday to tiedotteet (a) ayy.fi. The news will be translated, so you only have to use one language. The newsletter takes a break on Friday 7 Dec after Independence Day.

The information in the newsletter is edited by the AYY Association and Communications Specialist, Essi Puustinen (essi.puustinen (a) ayy.fi, tel. 050 520 9442).

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Association newsletter for week 47/2018

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This is the AYY association newsletter for week 47/2018

Next week, associations are hoped to give their valuable views and opinions on AYY’s community structure project. Keep an eye on your Board list to get more specific instructions for the commenting (item 2). Also remember to sign up for the association training by Wednesday 21 Nov (item 1). Potential Board members should also be tipped off about the training!

 

Upcoming events and important dates for associations
19–28 Nov: Comment round for community structure project (item 2)
21 Nov: Planning workshop for equality survey (item 3, sign-up)
23 Nov: Application to Sections’ Chair ends (item 4, ayy.fi/stop/en/)
27 Nov: Association training in Finnish – basic package (item 1, sign-up, in Finnish)
28 Nov: Association training in Finnish – themed day (item 1, sign-up, in Finnish)
29 Nov: Association training in English (item 1, sign-up)
3 Dec: Application to AYY Sections ends (item 4, ayy.fi/stop/en/)
3 Dec: Application to Hallopeds ends (item 5, https://ayy.fi/en/blog/2018/10/29/ayy-hakee-hallinnon-opiskelijaedustajia-vuodelle-2019/)
3 Dec: Application to person in charge of the AYY10 anniversary year ends (item 6, ayy.fi/stop/en/)
6 Dec: Independence Day procession (https://www.facebook.com/events/190259045237061/)
31 Dec: Application to AYY Committees ends (item 4, https://ayy.fi/stop/en/)

 

Contents of the newsletter
1. AYY’s association training in English on 29 Nov, sign up by Wednesday 21 Nov!
2. Comment round for associations on the development proposals for AYY’s organisational structures coming on 19–28 Nov!
3. Are you interested in developing equality in the Aalto community?
4. Apply to AYY’s Sections or Committees for 2019!
5. Should the University change? Apply to Student representative in administration!
6. Apply to be in charge of the AYY10 anniversary year!


1. AYY’s association training in English on 29 Nov, sign up by Wednesday 21 Nov!
The English-language training is organised on Thursday 29 Nov from 4 pm to 7 pm at AYY’s office (Otakaari 11, Espoo, upstairs). The training will include communications and the basics for association work, but you can also request specific topics.

The target group is English-speaking association actives, and as the space is limited (approx. 20 persons), please attend only if you are in the target group. Max. 4 persons per association.

If there are more than four persons in your association’s actives that are in the target group and they wish to participate, please contact Organisational Affairs Specialist Essi Puustinen (essi.puustinen at ayy.fi), and we will work something out.

You can sign up here: https://lomake.ayy.fi/yhdistykset/ayys-association-training-in-english/

Sign-up closes on 21 Nov at 11.59 pm.

You can also take part in the Finnish-language association training. This is organised at the Design Factory in Otaniemi on Tue 27 Nov and Wed 28 Nov. The first day offers new operators the basics on association operations, and on the latter training day, we will delve deeper into some current themes.

Detailed information in Finnish:
Tue 27 Nov – Basics https://ayy.fi/blog/events/ayyn-yhdistyskoulutus-2/
Wed 28 Nov – Themes https://ayy.fi/blog/events/ayyn-yhdistyskoulutus-3/

Also invite your friends and potential new Board members from associations operating within AYY to come along: https://www.facebook.com/events/510059069478348/

 

2. Comment round for associations on the development proposals for AYY’s organisational structures coming on 19–28 Nov!
There is a development project of community and organisational structures in progress at Aalto University Student Union. The goal of the project is to discover via surveys, interviews and discussions how the cooperation of associations operating within AYY and the structures of the Aalto community could be developed in a way that would make the roles of different parties clearer than before. The goal of the project is a more unified student community in which the students of the different schools will be taken into account as equals better than before.

The first part of the project were the charting surveys sent to associations in September on the current situation and development needs of the structures. Thank you to all associations that took the time to answer the survey! At the moment, the project is progressing with focus group discussions in which the associations that answered the survey are forming solution models for the challenges brought up in the surveys and advance discussions.

The solution models will be sent on a comment round to all associations and volunteers on 19–28 Nov, so it’s worth reserving time from a meeting or other get-together now to comment on the solution models. Each association is meant to send only one answer, so it’s important that you take time aside from your meetings for a collective discussion. The project’s results will influence the composition of the association and volunteer fields in the future, so it’s very important that you make your views known.

If you have any questions regarding the project, send a message to Project Coordinator Elina Nieminen at elina.nieminen(a)ayy.fi.

 

3. Are you interested in developing equality in the Aalto community?
Equality has been a conversation point in the Student Union as well as the wider society. We at the Student Union now want to find out what would be the best way to chart the state of equality in the Aalto community. In early 2019, we will be collecting information about these experiences with a member survey, and now, we are in need of some help from interested parties for creating the survey!

We are organising a workshop on Wednesday 21 Nov in Avain Sauna (Otaranta 8E) at 4–6 pm. There will be some light bites on offer, so please sign up for the event by 19 Nov at the latest. Everyone is welcome to attend with their own language skills; we will be using Finnish and English at the event as working languages.

Sign up at: https://lomake.ayy.fi/sosiaalipolitiikka/planeringsworkshop-for-jamlikhetsenkaten-21-11/?lang=en

 

4. Apply to AYY’s Sections or Committees for 2019!
The former of AYY’s Board has been elected, and candidates for the Board are currently being interviewed. Next to close is the application to Chairs of AYY’s Sections on Friday 23 Nov. Application to AYY Section members remains open until 3 Dec and to the Committees for the whole of December.

There are all kinds of positions on offer: for example, you can apply to join the organising of the Wappu Party (Teekkari Section/Party Committee) or the Aalto Afterparty (Aava/Afterparty Committee), to execute various sporting events (Aava/Outdoor Sports Committee), to renovate rentable facilities (Campus Section) or to advocate student benefits as an Aalto Halloped.

And these were just a few of the volunteer positions at AYY: learn more about all of them at ayy.fi/stop/en/!

 

5. Should the University change? Apply to Student representative in administration!
Student representatives in administration, or Hallopeds, are regular students who participate in the decision-making and development of the University. Students are the best experts on their own studying and the everyday of teaching. There are more than 250 posts up for grabs. The Student Union appoints the Hallopeds for a one-calendar-year term, and all members of the Student Union are eligible to apply. The application is open until 3 Dec 2018.

There are student representatives in the degree programmes, departments, schools and the University’s central administration. The organs include the academic affairs committees, educational councils and various other committees. The Student Union, the persons in charge of Hallopeds and the organisations’ persons in charge of studies will support the advocacy work.

The official call for applications and a list of positions for 2019: https://ayy.fi/en/blog/2018/10/29/ayy-is-looking-for-student-representatives-for-2019/

The Student Union’s Halloped regulations: https://inside.ayy.fi/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=12615832&preview=/12615832/17268748/Halloped_ohjesaanto_EN.pdf

For further information, contact laura.luoto(a)ayy.fi or minna.makitalo(a)ayy.fi.

 

6. Apply to be in charge of the AYY10 anniversary year!
Our beloved Student Union has been forging ahead for some years already, and we are soon celebrating our first full decade. Now is, at last, the time to start recruiting for the position many have been waiting for: the person in charge of the AYY10 anniversary year!

As the person in charge of the anniversary year, you will be right at the heart of conceptualising and executing the anniversary year and the 10th annual ball itself. Will the anniversary year feature separate anniversary year spectacles, or will the usual events be organised bigger than before and with an AYY10 twist? How can we make the entire community participate in the anniversary year? And in particular, of course: where and how to organise the culmination itself, the annual ball that ends the anniversary year? You will be coordinating the section you recruit and ensure that this party will remain a conversation point for the Aalto community for a long time to come!

Application ends on Monday 3 Dec. Apply to make AYY history!

More information: https://ayy.fi/stop/en/ayy10/

 

 

WANT YOUR NEWS IN THIS NEWSLETTER?

Send us your short text by 10 am on Wednesday to tiedotteet (a) ayy.fi. The news will be translated, so you only have to use one language.

The information in the newsletter is edited by the AYY Association and Communications Specialist, Essi Puustinen (essi.puustinen (a) ayy.fi, tel. 050 520 9442).

Want to unsubscribe from the association newsletter mailing list? Click on the link and follow the instructions at the bottom of the page: https://list.ayy.fi/mailman/listinfo/ayy-info-fi

Association newsletter for week 46/2018

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This is the AYY association newsletter for week 46/2018

Sign-up for the association training starts NOW (item 1)! Check the programme for the training days and sign up. Also let new Board members and next year’s operators know about the training. And there is plenty of suitable programme for seasoned operators too.

Upcoming events and important dates for associations
19–28 Nov: Comment round for community structure project (item 2)
21 Nov: Planning workshop for equality survey (item 3)
21 Nov: Sign-up closes for Association Training (item 1)
23 Nov: Application to Sections’ Chair ends (item 7, ayy.fi/stop/en/)
27 Nov: Association training in Finnish – basic package (item 1, sign up here)
28 Nov: Association training in Finnish – themed day (item 1, sign up here)
29 Nov: Association training in English (item 1, sign-up here)
3 Dec: Application to AYY Sections ends (item 7, ayy.fi/stop/en/)
3 Dec: Application to Hallopeds ends (item 5)
3 Dec: Application to person in charge of the AYY10 anniversary year ends (item 6)
31 Dec: Application to AYY Committees ends (item 7, https://ayy.fi/stop/en/)

 

Contents of the newsletter
1. AYY’s association training in English on 29 Nov and in Finnish on 27–28 Nov
2. Comment round for associations on the development proposals for AYY’s organisational structures coming on 19–28 Nov!
3. Are you interested in developing equality in the Aalto community?
4. Version update in the IT services used by associations
5. Should the University change? Apply to Student representative in administration!
6. Apply to be in charge of the AYY10 anniversary year!
7. Apply to AYY’s Sections or Committees for 2019!


1. AYY’s association training in English on 29 Nov and in Finnish on 27–28 Nov
The English-language training is organised on Thursday 29 Nov from 4 pm to 7 pm at AYY’s office (Otakaari 11, Espoo, upstairs). The training will include communications and the basics for association work, but you can also request specific topics.

The target group is English-speaking association actives, and as the space is limited (approx. 20 persons), please attend only if you are in the target group. Max. 4 persons per association.

If there are more than four persons in your association’s actives that are in the target group and they wish to participate, please contact Organisational Affairs Specialist Essi Puustinen (essi.puustinen at ayy.fi), and we will work something out.

You can sign up here: https://lomake.ayy.fi/yhdistykset/ayys-association-training-in-english/ Sign-up closes on 21 Nov at 11.59 pm.

You can also take part in the Finnish-language association training. This is organised at the Design Factory in Otaniemi on Tue 27 Nov and Wed 28 Nov. The first day offers new operators the basics on association operations, and on the latter training day, we will delve deeper into some current themes. Detailed information in Finnish:
Tue 27th Nov – Basics https://ayy.fi/blog/events/ayyn-yhdistyskoulutus-2/
Wed 28th Nov – Themes https://ayy.fi/blog/events/ayyn-yhdistyskoulutus-3/

 

2. Comment round for associations on the development proposals for AYY’s organisational structures coming on 19–28 Nov!
There is a development project of community and organisational structures in progress at Aalto University Student Union. The goal of the project is to discover via surveys, interviews and discussions how the cooperation of associations operating within AYY and the structures of the Aalto community could be developed in a way that would make the roles of different parties clearer than before. The goal of the project is a more unified student community in which the students of the different schools will be taken into account as equals better than before.

The first part of the project were the charting surveys sent to associations in September on the current situation and development needs of the structures. Thank you to all associations that took the time to answer the survey! At the moment, the project is progressing with focus group discussions in which the associations that answered the survey are forming solution models for the challenges brought up in the surveys and advance discussions.

The solution models will be sent on a comment round to all associations and volunteers on 19–28 Nov, so it’s worth reserving time from a meeting or other get-together now to comment on the solution models. Each association is meant to send only one answer, so it’s important that you take time aside from your meetings for a collective discussion. The project’s results will influence the composition of the association and volunteer fields in the future, so it’s very important that you make your views known.

If you have any questions regarding the project, send a message to Project Coordinator Elina Nieminen at elina.nieminen(a)ayy.fi.

 

 

3. Are you interested in developing equality in the Aalto community?
Equality has been a conversation point in the Student Union as well as the wider society. We at the Student Union now want to find out what would be the best way to chart the state of equality in the Aalto community. In early 2019, we will be collecting information about these experiences with a member survey, and now, we are in need of some help from interested parties for creating the survey!

We are organising a workshop on Wednesday 21 Nov in Avain Sauna (Otaranta 8E) at 4–6 pm. There will be some light bites on offer, so please sign up for the event by 19 Nov at the latest. Everyone is welcome to attend with their own language skills; we will be using Finnish and English at the event as working languages.

Sign up at: https://lomake.ayy.fi/sosiaalipolitiikka/planeringsworkshop-for-jamlikhetsenkaten-21-11/?lang=en

 

4. Version update in the IT services used by associations
AYY offers associations IT services, which will have a version update in December. Please sign up for the mailing list if you are in charge of your association’s website in order to get the latest on the updates.

Otax.fi is the web hotel AYY offers its associations which offers website services and mailing lists. A php version update takes place in otax.fi in December. For the update, service users should make sure that their website is functional before the change. For the change, a separate server will be set up alongside otax.fi from which the updated version can be found.

Check whether the person in charge of your association’s website on AYY’s server is on the mailing list on which the dates and version numbers of the change are explained in more detail. If they have missed signing up for the mailing list, they can do this at https://list.ayy.fi/mailman/listinfo/otax-web-masters.

Additionally, in March next year, the main user notification for otax.fi must be filled in. In order for next year’s operators to be set up for using the service, now is a good time to make sure that the association’s internal documentation is up to date. Next year’s notifications will be gone through more closely than normal.

In all of your association’s IT-related matters, you can contact tietotekniikka(a)ayy.fi.

 

5. Should the University change? Apply to Student representative in administration!
Student representatives in administration, or Hallopeds, are regular students who participate in the decision-making and development of the University. Students are the best experts on their own studying and the everyday of teaching. There are more than 250 posts up for grabs. The Student Union appoints the Hallopeds for a one-calendar-year term, and all members of the Student Union are eligible to apply. The application is open on 21 Oct–3 Dec 2018.

There are student representatives in the degree programmes, departments, schools and the University’s central administration. The organs include the academic affairs committees, educational councils and various other committees. The Student Union, the persons in charge of Hallopeds and the organisations’ persons in charge of studies will support the advocacy work.

The official call for applications and a list of positions for 2019: https://ayy.fi/en/blog/2018/10/29/ayy-is-looking-for-student-representatives-for-2019/

The Student Union’s Halloped regulations: https://inside.ayy.fi/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=12615832&preview=/12615832/17268748/Halloped_ohjesaanto_EN.pdf

For further information, contact laura.luoto(a)ayy.fi or minna.makitalo(a)ayy.fi.

 

6. Apply to be in charge of the AYY10 anniversary year!
Our beloved Student Union has been forging ahead for some years already, and we are soon celebrating our first full decade. Now is, at last, the time to start recruiting for the position many have been waiting for: the person in charge of the AYY10 anniversary year!

As the person in charge of the anniversary year, you will be right at the heart of conceptualising and executing the anniversary year and the 10th annual ball itself. Will the anniversary year feature separate anniversary year spectacles, or will the usual events be organised bigger than before and with an AYY10 twist? How can we make the entire community participate in the anniversary year? And in particular, of course: where and how to organise the culmination itself, the annual ball that ends the anniversary year? You will be coordinating the section you recruit and ensure that this party will remain a conversation point for the Aalto community for a long time to come!

Application opens on Monday 5 Nov and ends on Monday 3 Dec. Apply to make AYY history!

More information: https://ayy.fi/stop/en/ayy10/

 

7. Apply to AYY’s Sections or Committees for 2019!
The former of AYY’s Board has been elected, and candidates for the Board are currently being interviewed. Next to close is the application to Chairs of AYY’s Sections on Friday 23 Nov. Application to AYY Section members remains open until 3 Dec and to the Committees for the whole of December.

There are all kinds of positions on offer: for example, you can apply to join the organising of the Wappu Party (Teekkari Section/Party Committee) or the Aalto Afterparty (Aava/Afterparty Committee), to execute various sporting events (Aava/Outdoor Sports Committee), to renovate rentable facilities (Campus Section) or to advocate student benefits as an Aalto Halloped.

And these were just a few of the volunteer positions at AYY: learn more about all of them at ayy.fi/stop/en/!

 

 

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Association newsletter week 24/2018

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This is AYY’s association newsletter for the week 24/2018

Upcoming events and important dates and events for associations
15th June: Collection of ideas for the Student Center ends (see item 1 and http://opiskelijakeskus.fi/)
29th June at 12 noon: Post-announcement for association notices ends (see item 2 and instructions)
30th June: Deadline for financial support applications for the Otaniemi Night of Arts (see item 3)
31st July: Survey on AYY’s advocacy policies closes (see item 4 and direct link to the survey)

Contents of the newsletter
1. The opiskelijakeskus.fi website is now open
2. Operating grants 2018 and missing association notices
3. Sub-event application period for the Otaniemi Night of Arts on the 6th of October is now open
4. Share your ideas on AYY’s advocacy policies
5. Study credits for active students
6. AYY is now GDPR-compatible


1. The opiskelijakeskus.fi website is now open

The opiskelijakeskus.fi website is now open! Check them out, browse the ideas and add your own. The Student Center is a joint venture by the Aalto University Student Union (AYY), the Aalto University Business Students (KY) and Teknologföreningen (TF). The plan is to create a building for all students on the Otaniemi campus, next to the metro station entrance and the Harald Herlin Learning Center.

A Student Center seminar was held in April 2018, , johon osallistui edustajia erityisasemayhdistysten puheenjohtajien neuvostosta, edustajistosta ja AYY:n jaostoista. The goal of the seminar was to brainstorm what kinds of facilities, functions and services the center could have.

The ideas gathered onto the opiskelijakeskus.fi website are results of the seminar. Anyone can browse the ideas, like them and add their own ideas. We will go through the most popular ideas on Friday, the 15th of June, with further planning in mind. So, visit the website and add your own top ideas. What would you want the Student center to have?

The Board members in charge of the Student Center are Emma Savela (real estate) and Noora Tanska (community). Both can be reached via their emails at firstname.surname (a) ayy.fi.

http://opiskelijakeskus.fi/

 

2. Operating grants 2018 and missing association notices
The operating grants for 2018 have been granted and the sums are available at http://ayy.fi/en/associations/services/operating-grants/operating-grants-2018/

Operating grants are paid when all the prerequisites have been fulfilled. The payment order regarding the grants has been sent to most associations this week. The payment will be visible on the account submitted to the TAHLO system by the end of June.

If an association has discrepancies or things missing from their profiles on the AYY website, they will be notified of this in early June. The profile must be completed before the grants are paid, according to the instructions submitted when the applications opened. Organizations that have been granted additional time for certain appendices will not be specifically reminded about submitting them. These organizations must submit the appendices in accordance with the instructions they have received when the additional time was granted in order to receive the grant.

Associations that have not yet filed an association notice for 2018 must do so between the 6th of June, 12:00 noon, and 20th of June, 12:00 noon, at https://tahlo.ayy.fi/. It is no longer possible to apply for operating grants this year. If the association fails to fill an association notice in the allocated time for the second year in a row, the association can be removed from the Student Union’s list of associations.

Additional instructions for association notices: https://ayy.fi/en/blog/2018/02/28/submissions-for-association-notices-and-operating-grant-applications/

 

3. Sub-event application period for the Otaniemi Night of Arts on the 6th of October is now open
The Otaniemi Night of Arts will be held for the first time on Saturday, the 6th of October. It is a cross-artistic, free campus festival, where all willing associations within AYY can take part in making the creative program.

The Otaniemi Night of Arts consists of several sub-events organized by students, and the application period for the sub-events is now open. Your event can be pretty much anything, as long as it is related to art in some way: an exhibition, a live music night, a dance workshop or even poetry karaoke. Only imagination and the laws of physics are the limit!

AYY provides the use of facilities for event organizers for free. You can also receive financial support for your event through AYY and the TTE Fund until the 30th of June.

Read more about the Otaniemi Night of Arts and sign up as a sub-event organizer: https://otanieminightofarts.fi/

More information: tero.uuttana (a) ayy.fi

 

4. Share your ideas on AYY’s advocacy policies
In what societal questions should Aalto people be especially active in? How should AYY react to subsistence, equality and sustainable development?

The Aalto University Student Union is updating its policy papers this year. At the same time, the current policy papers will be combined into a single document. The idea is to create a document that ensures that AYY’s advocacy work is transparent and in line with the members’ opinions.

By taking the survey, you can bring new issues and ideas to the policy paper preparation work: https://lomake.ayy.fi/vaikuttaminen/share-your-ideas-on-ayys-advocacy-policies/

The survey is open until July 31st. For more information, please contact AYY’s Advocacy and Communications Manager: heikki.isotalo (a) ayy.fi

 

5. Study credits for active students
Hello, active students!

Have you worked actively in the Aalto University Student Union (in a section, for example), in an association operating within AYY (as a board member or officer), or in the University as a student representative in administration in 2017? You can get study credits for it.

The course (3 credits) includes writing a reflection report regarding what you have learned in the task and participation in a peer learning seminar.

Click the link to see course details: https://mycourses.aalto.fi/course/view.php?id=19730

AYY has consistently emphasized the importance of organizational activity for the development of individual know-how, and that is why we are happy that the Aalto University has decided to award study credits for students’ work in associations. For more information, please contact AYY’s education policy expert, Minna Mäkitalo, who has contributed to the format of the course: minna.makitalo (a) ayy.fi.

 

6. AYY is now GDPR-compatible
The EU General Data Protection Regulation came into effect on Friday, the 25th of May 2018. AYY has prepared for the regulation in many ways to keep the data of our members safe.

The privacy statements on AYY’s registers with contact personnel can be found at https://rekisterit.ayy.fi/

AYY has trained its staff and the associations in its sphere of influence on the GDPR. You can check out the information, aimed towards associations, with examples, here: https://inside.ayy.fi/display/TIET/Tietosuoja (requires you to sign in using your Aalto University ID)

Please note that if you do not wish to receive the AYY association newsletter, you can unsubscribe from the list by following the instructions behind the link: https://list.ayy.fi/mailman/listinfo/ayy-info-fi

 

 

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The information in the newsletter is edited by the AYY Association and Communications Specialist, Essi Puustinen (essi.puustinen (a) ayy.fi, phone: 050 520 9442).

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Association newsletter week 20/2018

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This is AYY’s association newsletter for the week 20/2018

Upcoming events and important dates and events for associations
13th May: Flower Day (https://www.facebook.com/events/768441560027114/)
17th May: Advance booking of AYY’s one-time rental facilities I (see item 1)
24th May: Advance booking of AYY’s one-time rental facilities II (see item 1)
25th May: EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect (see item 3)
27th May: Last day to sign up your events into the yearly calendar (see item 4)
31st May: Junk bike collection ends
(https://ayy.fi/en/student-union/volunteering/sections/campus-section/collecting-of-abandoned-bicycles/)
6th October: SAVE THE DATE: The Otaniemi Night of Arts (see item 2)
28th Nov: SAVE THE DATE: Association training, Design Factory

Contents of the newsletter
1. Advance booking of AYY’s one-time rental facilities has started
2. The Year of Arts
3. GDPR – ways to collect, store and use personal information
4. Association events into the yearly calendar 2018-19

1. Advance booking of AYY’s one-time rental facilities has started

The advance booking of AYY’s one-time rental facilities for associations starts on Thursday, the 4th of May 2018. Advance bookings are organized by using AYY’s own booking system TILA.

You can make advance bookings for the period Mon, 13th of August 2018–Sun, 6th of January 2019.

The schedule for facility reservations in the system is as follows:

1. AYY’s internal operators, reservation period 19th April-4th May 2018.
The reservation period ends on 4th May 2018 at 12:00 noon.
2. Special status associations 4th May-17th May 2018.
The reservation period starts on Fri, 4th May at 14:00 and ends on Thu, 17th May at 12:00 noon.
The booking session will be held in Otaniemi on Thu, 17th May 2018 from 16:30 onwards at the Undergraduate Center, (Otakaari 1) hall M1 (M232).
Other associations in the 1st register 18th May-24th May 2018.
The reservation period starts on Fri, 18th May at 12:00 noon and ends on Thu, 24th May 2018 at 12:00 noon.
The booking session will be held in Otaniemi on Thu, 24th May 2018 from 16:30 onwards at the Undergraduate Center, (Otakaari 1) hall M1 (M232).

Read more about how to make bookings: https://ayy.fi/en/blog/2018/04/20/57389/

If you have not received your confirmation code for the user group that you represent or if you have any other questions related to advance booking sessions, please contact AYY’s service manager: riitu.nuutinen (a) ayy.fi

2. The Year of Arts
This year, AYY is celebrating the Year of Arts! The aim of the Year of Arts is to highlight the creativity and artistic activities of the entire Student Union. Let’s welcome all the ARTS students to our shared Otaniemi campus with this theme!

The Year of Arts is not just a project for the Student Union’s Central Office, but also a theme that involves the sections and associations. The theme of the year is visible in the Student Union’s activities in many ways, but above all, AYY wants to encourage all associations working within its sphere of influence to take art into account and bring it out in their own activities. Art should look like its creator, so open your mind and experiment!

The Otaniemi Night of Arts is the highlight of the Year of Arts. It is a cross-artistic city festival, consisting of several events in the campus area. Content made by students form the essence of the event, and the target group is the Aalto community and Espoo. The Otaniemi Night of Arts will be held on Saturday, the 6th of October, and we hope that all associations operating within the Student Union will take part in it to organize high-quality events! Registration opens soon, so keep your eyes and ears open and start brainstorming ideas with your association!

If you have any questions related to the Year of Arts, please contact Tero Uuttana at tero.uuttana (a) ayy.fi.

3. GDPR – ways to collect, store and use personal information

Is your association still unclear on how to collect or store event sign-ups in accordance with the requirements of the new EU General Data Protection Regulation? How to make sure that only the people concerned can access the information?

We have collected various implementation methods at https://inside.ayy.fi/display/TIET/Tietosuoja (requires logging in with your Aalto University ID). The regulation will come into effect already in two weeks, on the 25th of May 2018!

4. Association events into the yearly calendar 2018-19

AYY and TOKYO are creating a design calendar for the year 2018-19 to celebrate the move of ARTS to Otaniemi. The design calendar is handed out free of charge to members, like the traditional AYY calendar. The calendar will contain a list of events organized by organizations associations operating within AYY’s sphere of influence.

Go and add your association’s upcoming events into the following Excel Online file: https://ayyfi.sharepoint.com/:x:/g/viestinta/EfOsbZ0GgGJPoPUEaVel0Z8BOxInnozQmq3uNDIXYcd0Mg?e=6ZtQR2 Add your event by the 27th of May 2018 to ensure that it will be on the list in the calendar!

Also check out the article on the new yearly calendar: https://ayy.fi/en/blog/2018/04/09/presenting-the-design-calendar-for-year-2018-19/

DO YOU WANT YOUR NEWS IN THIS NEWSLETTER?

Send your short text to us by Wednesday 10:00 AM to the address tiedotteet (a) ayy.fi. The news will be translated, so you can send them only in a single language if you wish.

The information in the newsletter is edited by the AYY Association and Communications Specialist, Essi Puustinen (essi.puustinen (a) ayy.fi, phone: 050 520 9442).

Association newsletter week 16/2018

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 This is AYY’s association newsletter for the week 16/2018

 Upcoming events and important dates and events for associations
16th April: A! games tournament at Otahalli (https://www.facebook.com/events/208661209900787)
18th April: Aalto Open Air (https://www.facebook.com/events/167896853866470/)
19th April: Data protection is for everyone – web seminar (see item 1)
22nd April: The application period for the OtaHoas club rooms ends (see item 6)
29th April: Crazy John (see item 5, sign-up for checkpoint keepers ends on the 24th of April)
30th April: Dipoli Wappu (https://www.facebook.com/events/1543981349033605/)
19th May: AYY 8th Annual Ball calendar (see item 3)
25th May: The new EU GDPR comes into effect
27th May: Sign up your events into the yearly calendar (see item 7)

Content of the newsletter
1. Data protection is for everyone – web seminar on Thursday 19th of April
2. The GDPR sample documents on AYY’s website
3. AYY 8th Annual Ball on the 19th of May 2018
4. Add your association’s event to the Wappu Calendar and to the Whappu application!
5. Come and be a checkpoint keeper at Crazy John!
6. OtaHoas has two facilities available for associations
7. Association events into the yearly calendar 2018-19

 

1. Data protection is for everyone – web seminar on Thursday 19th of April

If your association’s actives missed the GDPR training organized by AYY last Monday, Tekniikan Akateemiset TEK, Suomen Ekonomit and legal service provider Fondia are providing a “Data protection concerns everyone” web seminar on the subject on Thursday 19th of April from 10:00 to 11:00 (in Finnish).

The web seminar looks at the most central legal questions on data protection. In addition, the data protection legislation update for the European Union will be discussed, along with the changes is brings, especially the strict sanctions and how to avoid them. The legal restrictions concerning personal data encompass the entirety of the lifespan of personal data from planning of data management to updating it and until the end of the retention period of data.

More information and signups (in Finnish): https://www.fondia.fi/tietosuoja-kuuluu-kaikille-0

N.B! The training is no doubt useful, but it is mainly aimed at companies with staff and customers (not specifically towards associations), which have personal data registers. Take note of this when signing up.

2. The GDPR sample documents on AYY’s website

Starting from May all organizations handling personal information must comply by the new EU regulation on Data Protection (the GDPR, General Data Protection Regulation).

An important thing to consider is that in about a month, on the 25th of May, each association should have the required documents on data protection and other issues in order with the regulation requirements. More information in doing this can be found here: https://ayy.fi/en/associations/services/training-and-courses/get-your-gdpr-requirements-in-order/

We are building a more comprehensive guide on GDPR aimed towards associations, along with sample documents with commentary. We will send them as soon as they are ready. If you have any questions on GDPR, you can contact the AYY ICT specialist Petteri Nummela at petteri.nummela(at)ayy.fi.

 

3. AYY 8th Annual Ball on the 19th of May 2018

The 8th Annual Ball of the Aalto University Student Union takes place on the 19th of May 2018. We welcome all members to participate in the celebrations.

This year, the party will kick off with a cocktail party at Saha, Konemiehentie 1 at 15:00. The celebration dinner will be held at restaurant Koskenranta, located at Helsinki, starting at 18:00. The dinner will consist of a three-course meal and excellent program. The afterparty locations will be announced later.

The cost of the Annual Ball is 80€ for members of AYY and 100€ for others. The registration opens on 16.4. for everyone. Dress code at the party will be white tie with academic honours.

Read more: https://www.vuosijuhlat.fi/
Herring Brunch: https://www.facebook.com/events/1913266775412681/

 

4. Add your association’s event to the Wappu Calendar and to the Whappu application!

Jäynäkilpailu and Futurice are once again working together to bring you the Whappu application to spread the Wappu cheer! The Whappu application will become available on the 11th of April. The application includes an event calendar that can be used to add open events. These events will also show up in the Wappu Calendar at wappu.fi.

Add your association’s event to the Wappu Calendar at www.wappu.fi and download the Whappu application from your application store on the 11th of April!

Contacts: wappu(a)wappu.fi.

 

5. Come and be a checkpoint keeper at Crazy John!

 Wappu is soon here and, with it, the highly anticipated traditional Crazy John event, now with an Approtwist™!

In the Crazy John event, teams consisting of about 4–10 people travel around Otaniemi the night before the Wappu eve, completing various checkpoints and collecting marks for their maps. Now your association or group of friends has the chance to be right in the thick of it and lift everyone’s spirits by holding a checkpoint of your own!

The registration for checkpoint keepers is open at https://lomake.ayy.fi/teekkarijaosto/hullu-jussi-2018-rastit-crazy-john-2018-checkpoints/ and it will close on the 24th of April. If your association does not have a club room and you want hold your checkpoint indoors, register as soon as possible and contact the organizers, and we will do our best to arrange the needed premises for you.

The best checkpoint is rewarded with a marvelous Wappu basket with lots of goodies in it, and a free AYY rentable sauna space for one day (has to be used by the end of the year).

TL;DR:

WHAT: Checkpoint for Crazy John!
WHERE: Around Otaniemi
WHEN: April 29th 2018, approx. 21:30-1:00, after the Fuksispeksit and the starting bang
REGISTRATION OPEN: Until April 24th at https://lomake.ayy.fi/teekkarijaosto/hullu-jussi-2018-rastit-crazy-john-2018-checkpoints/

For further information, please contact the Teekkari Culture Directors:

Paavo Hietala and Elena Pitkänen
paavo.hietala(at)ayy.fi
elena.pitkanen(at)ayy.fi

 

6. OtaHoas has two facilities available for associations

OtaHoas (the tenant committee for Hoas student properties in Otaniemi) has two general-purpose club rooms available for associations to use. The facilities are located at Jämeräntaival 10 AB and at Servin Maijan tie 3 A.

No rent is charged for the use of the facilities, and support may be granted to associations for putting them into use. Associations may use the facilities as they see best, as long as their use brings added value to resident activities. The facilities are not suitable for night-time use.

The application period for the OtaHoas club rooms ends on 22nd April. For more information and application instructions, visit https://otahoas.ayy.fi/kerhohuoneet/tila-anti-2018/
The instructions are available only in Finnish. Please contact the tenant committee if necessary https://otahoas.ayy.fi/en/asukastoiminta/yhteystiedot/

 

7. Association events into the yearly calendar 2018-19

AYY and TOKYO are creating a design calendar for the year 2018-19 to celebrate the move of ARTS to Otaniemi. The design calendar is handed out free of charge to members, like the traditional AYY calendar. The calendar will contain a list of events organized by organizations associations operating within AYY’s sphere of influence.

Go and add your association’s upcoming events into the following Excel Online file. Add your event by the 27th of May 2018 to ensure that it will be on the list in the calendar!

Also check out the article on the new yearly calendar: https://ayy.fi/en/blog/2018/04/09/presenting-the-design-calendar-for-year-2018-19/

For further information, please contact siiri.liitia(a)ayy.fi.

 

DO YOU WANT YOUR NEWS IN THIS NEWSLETTER?

Send your short text to us by Wednesday 10:00 AM to the address tiedotteet (a) ayy.fi. The news will be translated, so you can send them only in a single language if you wish.

The information in the newsletter is edited by the AYY Association and Communications Specialist, Essi Puustinen (essi.puustinen (a) ayy.fi, phone: 050 520 9442).