Access Staff Attend a Farewell Party to Celebrate the Fruitful Completion of the Program in their Regions

March, 11 2016

At the end of the year 2015, the alumni community of Access Microscholarship Moldova was joined by 87 new graduates. In order to celebrate the successful and fruitful end of the program, the Access staff from Edinet, Ribnita, Grigoriopol, Causeni, and Hincesti who worked tirelessly for the effective implementation of the Access program in their regions for the last two years, were invited to a reception organized by Kate Bartlett, Assistant Public Affairs Officer, US Embassy Moldova. It was an event with the aim of showing appreciation to the English language instructors who are involved in programs sponsored by the US Government.

This year, for the first time, the teaching staff was joined by the Access students and alumni who had participated in the Youth Leadership Program in the USA. This event was an ideal chance for them to see each other again and to remember the wonderful moments they had lived together in the USA. Also, they shared their impressions of the experience they had been through with other Access teachers from Moldova and the administrative staff.

In addition to that, this was the perfect opportunity for the Access staff to express their gratitude to Kate Bartlett who was finishing her service in Moldova. During the two years she spent in our country, she showed great support to the Access Microscholarship Program Moldova, encouraged all the teachers and teaching assistant to work hard, inspired the students, paying them visits and sharing her positive attitude.

It was a beautiful event with amazing people who are very active and are ready to make a change in their communities. We want to thank all the Access teachers and teaching assistants (Emma Matreniuc, Iulia Sorocan, Vera Caprarenco, Mihail Soltan, Natalia Constantinov, Olga Taran, Svetlana Coiceva, Gheorghe Taran, Anastasia Cebotari, Daria Prozorovschi, Margarita Bicec, Petru Simon) for their remarkable work and dedication. Only due to their enthusiasm and eagerness to act, the Access Program was a success in their regions.

Finally, we are very grateful to Kate Bartlett for hosting this wonderful event.

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