IEW at accessPlus in Ungheni. Special guest Samantha Watson, Peace Corps Volunteer

November, 15 2017

International Education Week (IEW), November 13-17, is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide.
During that week, on November 15th, accessPlus students from Ungheni had the chance to meet Samantha Watson, Peace Corps volunteer in Ungheni.
Samantha explained students the advantages of studying abroad and coming back home and implementing good practices back home. During her presentation students got information about exchange programs that they can apply for and the selection process.
Students were excited to meet Samantha by asking her advice about volunteering into their community and how they can develop successful projects in their cities/villages.


Pictures here

Previous news
Access Students from Bender, Balti, Taraclia, Vulcanesti and Ungheni decided to organize a public speaking event being inspired by TEDx talks that they have watched during the lessons. First, they were afraid to talk in front of the people, but then they overcame their fears and shared their thoughts and feelings with the public.
Since the Books and Blogs module is over, Access Students have started the second module called "Public speaking and Leadership"
On April 22, Access Students from Taraclia had organized a GYSD project for their community, in order to do that, they have invited NSLI-Y students to join them into city quest and they have planted red flowers in the shape of a ribbon to create an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign.