The School of Edelweiss Ambassadors launched its activity!

05 July 2016
The first day of the School of Edelweiss Ambassadors was marked by premieres, but also by emotions. Those 20 young people participated in many development programs supported by experienced trainers from Moldova, Romania and Canada. Pupils started discussions about their plans for the future and the careers they want to follow along with the specialists who advise them during this week.
The School of Edelweiss Ambassadors launched its activity!
The first day of the School of Edelweiss Ambassadors was marked by premieres, but also by emotions. Those 20 young people participated in many development programs supported by experienced trainers from Moldova, Romania and Canada. Pupils started discussions about their plans for the future and the careers they want to follow along with the specialists who advise them during this week.
 
All of these take place within the project launched this year for the first time by Edelweiss involving 20 pupils of the ninth grade from Hincesti district.
 
“We are very happy that from today onward these pupils will have the opportunity to accumulate as much knowledge as possible. We hope they will be able to put these knowledge into practice, it will be useful for them", said the Executive Director of the Edelweiss Foundation, Lara Moraru.
 
Enthusiastic about the complex and varied courses waiting for them throughout this week pupils said they are excited about the program prepared and are convinced that this experience will be useful in future. “I want to obtain new information, to get new opportunities”, said Daniela Sava, a young participant to the project.
 
The trainers involved in the project were equally excited by the atmosphere from the School of Edelweiss Ambassadors. “It is a relaxed atmosphere; each of them has set up the objectives they consider to be relevant. Some of them said they want to open a construction company, others said they want to learn to play musical instruments. They really intend to get involved and have a great motivation for their further professional development”, said Sabina Crigan, a professional development trainer.
 
The English language was also in the agenda of the first day spent by the pupils in the School of Edelweiss Ambassadors, which was held by a specialist from Canada.
 
Throughout this week the pupils will participate in several courses which will help them to develop their communication skills and set career priorities for a beautiful journey in life.