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"Tea at the Ambassador" - Access Students had the chance to meet US Ambassador to Moldova, Mr. James D. Pettit

April, 19 2018

One of the most beautiful traditions in the life of Access Microscholarship Program Moldova is the Tea at the Ambassador's Event. This is a very unique and special experience for the best Access students from our country, who are invited to spend a wonderful afternoon in the company of the US Ambassador to Moldova.

 

16 students from Chisinau, Balti, Ungheni, Soroca, Taraclia, Vulcanesti, and Bender have been selected through a contest procedure, demanding from their part an excellent academic performance, a good attendance and a video about their heroes.

 

All videos can be watched here

 

After being selected,  16 Access teenagers met the US Ambassador on the 19thth of April.

This one-of-a-kind experience was very inspiring for the Access students. They learned about the lifestyle, career, hobbies, and family of the US Ambassador to Moldova, Mr. James D. Pettit. They could ask all the questions they had on their minds and share their experience of Access students.

 

The teenagers also prepared some handmade gifts for Mr. Pettit as a sign of gratitude for all the support and encouragement they are constantly given from the part of the U.S. Embassy.

 

This wonderful visit inspired the Access students a lot and motivated them to continue studying hard, to use this opportunity to the fullest and to follow their dreams.

 

More pictures here.

 

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