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At the initiative of a group of graduates to preserve communication, networking, and professional growth, the Practitioner’s Club of NES was created. The first official meeting was held in 2001 and was formatted by great contributions from graduates: Alexander Abolmasov (NES 2002), Sergey Prudnik (NES 1995), Oleg Darg (NES 1995), Alexey Kalitin (NES 1994), and others.

The Club is dependent on the professional interests of its members. Club meetings are held two times a month, where the themes offered by participants ensure their relevance and novelty. The format of the Club's events vary - a round table discussion, master class, seminar, training, business lunch, or just meeting in a cafe over a beer. Club meetings are based on mutual respect and are meant to be fun - chatting with friends and colleagues, meeting interesting people, and expanding business contacts.

NES graduates who attend the Club work in a variety of fields, including business, consulting, banking, and academia, and continue their education through PhD programs at foreign universities. Regardless, graduates are united by a common desire for self-realization and becoming true professionals. It is fair to say that the NES Practitioner's Club is a community of like-minded professionals who are interested in communicating in both business and human terms. The Club is based on friendly relations and mutual respect.

The Mission Statement of the Club:

To promote professional dialogue, sharing of knowledge, expansion of business connections, and professional career development of its members.

The main purposes of the Club are, but not limited to:

  • Organization of professional and business communication, professional exchange, and the generation of ideas;
  • Assistance in the development of professional skills and knowledge and improving the skills of Club members;
  • Receiving and distributing useful professional information among members;
  • Expert and consulting assistance;
  • To promote self-improvement and self-realization of Club members;
  • Transfer of professional knowledge and experience to build a career for future graduates;
  • Increase public and professional reputation of the Club and its members.

The NES Practitioner’s Club Principles:

1. The NES Practitioner’s Club is an informal organization;
2. The main purpose of the Club is to establish a free and creative fellowship for alumni;
3. Each graduate of NES is entitled to be a member of the Club;
4. All members have equal rights;
5. Participation in the meetings of the Club is a free choice of graduates;
6. At the annual alumni meetings, the Board of the Club, Chairman, and Secretary will be elected;
7. Board members are elected from among the members of the club who made the greatest contribution to its development;
8. The task of the Board is to organize regular meetings for members of the Club.

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