Successful graduation of the first School of Edelweiss Ambassadors students!

08 July 2016
First graduates of the School of Edelweiss Ambassadors successfully completed the career guidance courses. They received diplomas for graduating the courses within the Week of Knowledge, which is the first stage of their training program for a future career supported by specialists of the charity foundation.
Successful graduation of the first School of Edelweiss Ambassadors students!
First graduates of the School of Edelweiss Ambassadors successfully completed the career guidance courses. They received diplomas for graduating the courses within the Week of Knowledge, which is the first stage of their training program for a future career supported by specialists of the charity foundation.  
 
“It was an extraordinary, unique and unexpectedly interesting experience! We go home with new skills, more motivated!” said some of the students at the end of the week of training.
  
“Together, those 20 pupils of the IXth grades formed a nice team”, said the experts and teachers, who were next to the young people from Hincesti district.
 
“The young people already have big ambitions, and they wanted to find out as much information as possible about it. They want to be architects, engineers, doctors, journalists, IT specialists, economists, lawyers or teachers, so they came up with questions and curiosities about their fields, and several specialists and teachers have provided information designed to help them in choosing a profession and a further road to be followed”, said the experts within the programme launched by Edelweiss.
 
The experience within the the School of Edelweiss Ambassadors is not ended here for the first graduates. The project coordinators announced that they will further support the young people in various activities meant to help them to follow the right path in life. “We want to continue this project and promote these children, to guide them in their career as much as possible”, said Lara Moraru, Executive Director of the Edelweiss Foundation.

We remind that for the first time this year the Edelweiss Foundation launched a competition in schools from Hincesti district, where all the pupils of the ninth grades could apply for free registration for the School of Edelweiss Ambassadors courses. The first group of 20 pupils was selected based on the essays written by the participants. As a result, these young people have received several tips, courses and practical lessons provided by experts from Moldova, Romania and Canada specifically for them within seminars that took place during the Week of Knowledge held on 4-10 of July. This is the first step in a larger project initiated by the Edelweiss for young people career guiding and to encourage them to continue their studies.