Owing to your help we continue to support school-aged children in the remote regions of Armenia. We are happy to share with you the success and progress that we have recorded among our beneficiaries.
The aim of this Project is to help children fill the knowledge gap they have, so that they can have the opportunity to choose their future professions, to express themselves freely in teamwork, to get in touch with their peers.
Summer Holidays caused children to be partially isolated from the educational environment, so in order they can be more engaged in it, we organized a meeting in Yerevan for our beneficiaries, entitled “My Future Profession”.
On July 19, at the “Zartonk-89” NGO, the Project Task Force hosted the participants from different Armenian Regions.
The topic “My Future Profession” was chosen prior to the meeting. It was welcomed by everyone and we had quite interesting and meaningful discussion together. As mentioned above, the beneficiaries were from different Armenian regions and did not know each other. First they got acquainted with each other; thereafter they began to communicate freely.
At first they were given and interesting task to do – presenting themselves, their skills, interests and their future dreams. This helps children know each other better and work in a collaborative atmosphere.
Then the main topic “My Future Profession” also accompanying questions were presented to our beneficiaries. Each of them was able to present and describe their future goal – their profession and to give complete answers to the questions presented below:
- What you see as your future profession?
- What do you need to succeed in your future goal?
- How can we help you within the framework of “Providing education for 150 children in Armenia” to succeed in your professional choice?
- What are the specifics of your professional choice (Why)?
Once again, we are pleased to mention your assistance and support to this project. You have laid a solid background, developed warm relations and connections between our beneficiaries. This time ten beneficiaries had the opportunity to share their boundless joy and their stories about their future professional choice.
We hope that we’ll have more opportunities to share our expected, succeeded outcomes with you.
Below we present Meline’s story and message to our donors:
My name is Meline. I am fourteen years old. I study at secondary school, 9-th grade. I want to tell you a bit more about me and my engagement in this project owing to which I can freely express myself and my future goals. I dream of becoming a dancer. In my free time I like to dance and to draw. I dream of becoming a professional dancer to present the charms of Armenian National dances to the world. This project gave me skills, knowledge to be more communicative, courageous and free.We are grateful to our donors who help us in making our dreams come true.