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Credits: Lund University

Become an active member

Join a group of people who are passionate about Sweden-Taiwan relationship and the Sweden alumni community at large. Want to put your ideas and organizational skills to work for a cause, while making meaningful connections with the greater Swedish community in Taiwan at the same time?! Become an active member today and start contributing to the operation of the alumni network in Taiwan!

Ways to get active

There are many ways to become an active member to help build lasting relations among the members and between Sweden and Taiwan. Here are just some ways on how you can contribute:

  • Event planning and coordination

    • Event on-site support

  • Partnership outreach

  • Membership recruitment and community building

  • Graphic design for posters, visuals, banners, etc.

  • Social media and content creation

  • Translation and copywriting

  • Photography and video editing

  • Website management and IT support

Or if you have any unique idea or skills that you would like to bring to the table, just reach out to us! There is a place for everyone in our community!

Run for the board

The board is the operation and executive decision making body of the alumni network in Taiwan. It is democratically elected by the alumni members at the beginning of every calendar year. Every alumni member has the right to vote and run for the board.


The board generally consists of 3 to 7 members, including the Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer, and other board members. Each positions are voted by the elected board members at the first board meeting of the operational year.

Each year, one member of the board would get the chance to travel to Stockholm to participate in the "Alumni Leads Meeting" to meet with the alumni leads of different Sweden Alumni Networks from around the world and participate in organization and leadership training courses organized by the Swedish Institute.

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Got something to bring to the table?

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