ACCESS Changed My Life
I am an ACCESS alumni from Ungheni. ACCESS gave me the opportunity to develop my English and
leader...
I also received a certificate from the US Department of State for completing more than 100 hours of
volunteer service.

I ...
When I returned home, I became an ACCESS teacher-assistant. Now, we work with iEARN organization
on different projects suc...
"How did Access Microscholarship Program change my life? " by Vlad Ciuperca, Access-Ungheni Alumna
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"How did Access Microscholarship Program change my life? " by Vlad Ciuperca, Access-Ungheni Alumna

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"How did Access Microscholarship Program change my life? " by Vlad Ciuperca, Access-Ungheni Alumna

  1. 1. ACCESS Changed My Life I am an ACCESS alumni from Ungheni. ACCESS gave me the opportunity to develop my English and leadership skills, and assisted me in becoming a finalist for the FLEX program. Through FLEX I had the possibility to study for one year in the United States. During my visit I was involved with a number of different clubs and participated in volunteering opportunities. I am proud that I was selected by World Link to participate in the Civic Educational Workshop in Washington DC.
  2. 2. I also received a certificate from the US Department of State for completing more than 100 hours of volunteer service. I shared my experience in the United States with the new ACCESS group from Ungheni. I encouraged the ACCESS group to gather information about problems that Moldova is facing. Then I set up a Skype conference between them and the Lifesavers Club members at my host school. Both the American and Moldovan participants found the exchange interesting and informative.
  3. 3. When I returned home, I became an ACCESS teacher-assistant. Now, we work with iEARN organization on different projects such as "Education Worldwide" project and our group taught English basics lessons to kindergarten kids. We build a better society together.

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