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20 students are excited to start their accessPlus experience

November, 7 2017

November started with the opening accessPlus site in Balti at American Corner.
The first lesson was a great opportunity for the students to get to know each other. Therefore, Daiana Mirza, accessPlus Program teaching assistant and FLEX and Access Alumna, and Mrs. Natalia Bold, accessPlus Teacher in Balti prepared interactive team building activities in order to create a friendly educational environment. "Being an alumna of this program is a great opportunity to develop myself as personality. Besides that, I have finished my exchange year in the U.S. through FLEX Program and cannot wait to implement some interesting tool and activities that I have done there."
Lessons are going to be held twice a week at the American Corner in Balti. "This program is an amazing experience for me and this is going to be a life-changing opportunity for me. After two years of the program a see me as a leader in my community", said Catalina Cucu, program student.
"I feel honored to be part of this program, and I'm confident that this program is going to make me a better person", explained Maxim, program student.
Besides their lessons, students will have the change to do volunteering activities in their community and organize community service projects.

 

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