Representatives of “Teach for Armenia” teaching program have visited Shushi University of Technology today and have met with baccalaureate graduate students of the specialties of “Agribusiness”, “Food technology” and college graduate students of the specialty of “Economics, Accounting and Audit” of the Faculty of Agriculture of the university.

Presenting the students the details of “Teach for Armenia”, the specialist of coordinating the program Arevik Prazyan has underlined that it was a good chance for young specialists to serve the homeland and to support its development: “We all speak of patriotism and this is the point where we should start from our words to actions and we all should change something for the better”,- she noted. 

The aim of “Teach for Armenia” is to create a teacher-leader community as a result of whose activities every child in Artsakh and Armenia will have equal opportunity to get education independent of his/her social-economic condition.

News department of Shushi University of Technology

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