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100 teenagers join the growing community of Access alumni from Moldova

May, 15 2017

May 12, 2017 was a very special and unique day for 100 Access students from Soroca, Balti, Ungheni, Anenii Noi, Vulcanesti and Taraclia. It was the day when they officially finalized the program, the day when the hard work they had done for two years was rewarded with the Access Graduation certificate and the title of alumni of a US State Department program.

The 100 teenagers from different parts of Moldova gathered in Chisinau to participate in the Access Graduation Ceremony. The ambassador of the USA to Moldova , Mr. James D. Pettit, also joined this significant event, congratulating the students who successfully finalized the program and urging them to keep moving towards reaching their goals. Mr. Pettit personally handed the graduation certificates to the assiduous students. Besides their certificates, the Access students and their teachers also received a medal which was especially made to celebrate the 25 years of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Moldova and the United States. This gift represents a token of this wonderful experience that the students have lived due to the financial support of the US Department of State.

The new graduates expressed their gratitude to Mr. Pettit, their teachers and all the staff members who made this all happen, sprinkling their Access life with all kind of initiatives, projects and interesting actions. The Graduation Ceremony was a perfect occasion for the students to remember all the incredible moments they experienced throughout the program, to reflect on how much they changed during this time, and to see their peers from other regions.

We want to wish our new alumni a warm welcome to the community. We hope that they will work tirelessly to achieve their goal. The best is yet to come!

 

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