Access students meet US Ambassador Moser

October, 31 2012


The Access Micro-scholarship program from Moldova, being a program which aims to teach free English course to children from vulnerable families of the country, had an honor to have an official invitation to the US Ambassador's Tea event. This way, the best 12 Access students and 4 teachers from 4 regions from Moldova, such as Rezina, Ungheni, Balti and Ciadir-Lunga were invited to spend a wonderful afternoon with the highest official who represents the USA in Moldova, Mr. William Moiser. During this meeting, the students had a possibility to share their experience within the project, stressing on their acquired knowledge, developed linguistic, intercultural, social skills, and perspectives for their future development within the program period and after graduation. Besides, each of the kids discussed personally with Mr. Moiser about various interesting topics connected to daily life of the Ambassador.
Afterwards, being extremely impressed, the students decided to share with other their emotions and ideas of how is to be an Ambassador, and developed online cartoons on www.toondoo.com on "What country they would like to serve as an US Ambassador in?", pointing to the potential contribution each of them might offer in order to solve or reduce the existing problems in this country.
All in all, the unique experience the Access participants lived this day will contribute to their future learning motivation and personal development as real personalities and citizens of their own country.


Olga Morozan,


Access Moldova Coordinator


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