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6 Access Students Become FLEX Finalists

April, 5 2017

Most of the time, Access Microscholarship Program Moldova represents the starting point to a bright future for our students. Besides studying English, they learn to become actively engaged in their communities, and most importantly, they meet successful people that inspire them to try, to get engaged, and to achieve all their goals. Throughout the program, the students are informed about different opportunities which they can apply for in order to develop themselves.

In addition to that, the Access students interact with their teacher assistants who are, most commonly, FLEX alumni. These young instructors are eager to share the incredible experience they lived in the US with their students and manage to convince them that it can happen to them as well.

Thus, year after year, the Access students apply for the FLEX program, hoping to get the chance to study in the country they've learned so much about. This year, the Access students achieved incredible results, and 6 of them were selected to spend their next academic year in an American high school. Never before have we had so many Access-ers to become FLEX finalists in the same year.

We want to congratulate Veronica Condurachi (Access Ungheni), Anastasia Bardan (Access Ungheni), Alina Bostan (Access Soroca), Daniela Bludaru (Access Anenii Noi), Sabina Abuzarova (Access Taraclia) and Oxana Radu (alumna, Access Edinet) on receiving access to international education and on getting the chance to live such an incredible experience. We wish them enough energy and curiosity to explore all the opportunities that this program has to offer!

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