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92 Youth Join the Access Alumni Community in Moldova

December, 30 2015

The winter holidays were not the only surprise the end of the year has brought to the Access students. The year 2015 ended with a moment of glory when the hard work, active involvement and the long learning days were finally rewarded and the students fruitfully finalized the program.
Therefore, on December 30, 92 Access students from Edinet, Ribnita, Hincesti, Grigoriopol, and Causeni were invited to the Graduation Ceremony where they received the well-deserved certificates for the successful completion of the program, that were handed to them by the U.S. Ambassador to Moldova, Mr. James E. Pettit.

This was the day when they remembered all the special moments they lived together with their fellow Access students. The walls of the school where the summer camp had taken place revived sweet memories that made them smile. This was also a great chance to see again the students from other groups who they had spent an unforgettable week with in the camp, the teachers and teaching assistants that had made the Access summer camp an incredible instructive adventure, as well as the new friends they made at the National Access Youth Voice Competition.

The students got properly ready for this very important event, bringing posters with pictures that reflected their Access experience. They also sang carols and expressed words of gratitude for all the people who had been working with them during these two years.

Some other special guests came to congratulate the graduating students and to wish them good luck in all their future projects: Lauren Perlaza, Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy Chisinau, David Jesse, American Councils Moldova Country Director. The new alumni were also informed about the opportunities they have and invited them to stay active and use their new status properly.
Congratulations to all the students and teachers for the amazing, active and inspiring two years spent in the Access Microscholarship Program!

 

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