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Cultural Attache Jonathan Wolfington visited Access Soroca

April, 5 2018

On April 5th, Access Students from Soroca had a special guest. They have met Jonathan Wolfington, Cultural Attache of the U.S. Embassy in Moldova.

 

During that lesson, students had the chance to cooperate with Jed and had some fun together learning English.

Mr. Jonathan Wolfington was actively involved during the lesson and even participated in a debate related to gender equality around Moldova. Besides that, he had the chance to meet the students and to share with them his professional experience.

 

"Meeting Mr. Wolfington was an unforgettable experience. I enjoyed listening to his stories and opinions", said Vlada Bulat.

 

"Mr. Wolfington helped to have a better understanding of what diplomacy means because I would like to become a diplomat in the future and meeting such personalities like him make me even more curious about this profession," said Denise Suruceanu.

 

Students were excited to meet  Mr. Wolfington and are looking forward to more visits.

 

More picture here.

 

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