US Ambassador William H. Moser visits in Cahul Moldovan Access students from Cahul and Alumni from Ceadir Lunga

February, 6 2013

On February, 5 the Ambassador William H. Moser spent part the afternoon with about 40 youth from Cahul and Ceadir-Lunga who are students and alumni of the Embassy-funded Access Micro-scholarship program. During the get-together, which took place at the Sergei Rahmanynov Lyceum (high school), the youth gave several presentations on local culture then played a version of the game show Jeopardy, in which the Ambassador participated. The Ambassador later fielded several questions from the Access participants, who asked him about his career and how they can be successful in life. Access provides after-school English instruction to underprivileged children throughout Moldova. Currently, there are about 120 students enrolled.

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