During the course of regular part of the program, participants will climb the ranking scale by geting credit for their knowledge, out-of-the-box approach, critical thinking, oral and written skills, inovation and dedication. During this process, their points will be calculated based on the following criteria:
- Completed assignments (up to 60 points);
- AmCham project (up to 12 points);
- Written articles (up to 6 points);
- Attendance at lectures & workshops (up to 10 points);
- Extracurricular activities (up to 12 points).
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AmCham is a place where new solutions are constantly developed and constructive conversations are kick-started. That is why we greatly value the voice of the next generation of young leaders.
By the end of the regular part of the program, all 20 AmChamps teams will be invited to present their project regarding the design of a new AmCham format or activity or development of an existing one. AmCham Executive Team will award each of these projects with up to 12 points, while the best 3 teams will be given an oppoirnity to present their projects to the AmCham Board of Governors.
AmChamps pairs can collect points by volunteering to write short news articles on up to three topics from the program curriculum. By submitting each article they collect 2 points, while those that provide the best one will be awarded with additional 3 points.
Articles are written by students, under the supervision of their AmChamps mentors, and are examined by program lecturers.
Extracurricular activities provide a channel for reinforcing the lessons learned in the classroom and are important part of a well-rounded education.By attending them on a regular basis, participants can collect maximum 12 points - 1 point per pair single activity, while two team building activities carry a total of 6 points (3 points for each team building).