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Organizations
World Vision Armenia
"World Vision" is an international charity organization and acts to improve the live of children in poverty, their families and communities. "World Vision" works in Shirak and Aragatsotn, Gegharkunik, Syunik, Tavush and Lori regions and Yerevan are more than 200 communities, supporting over 32,000 children and their families. Company projects are aimed at the most vulnerable children to ensure sustainable prosperity.

"World Vision" cooperates with YSU Alumni and Career Center. "World Vision" Children's Development Center cooperates with Faculty of Philosophy and Psychology.

Address: RA, Yerevan, Romanos Melikyan 1

Tel.: (+374 10) 749118, 749119
E-mail: wvarmenia@wvi.org
Website: www.wvarmenia.am
Announcements
MASTER CLASS ENTITLED "BODY LANGUAGE IN PRACTICAL LIFE" AT YSU
MASTER CLASS ENTITLED "BODY LANGUAGE IN PRACTICAL LIFE" AT YSU
Hakob Makdis, the founder of the "Big Mind" training center, a lecturer at the RA Academy of Management, a non-verbal communication expert, held a master class on "Body Language in Practical Life" at YSU Charents Hall.
THE PROGRAM ENTITLED "CAREER DEVELOPMENT OF DIASPORA YOUTH AND INTEGRATION IN THE LABOR MARKET" STARTS AT YSU
THE PROGRAM ENTITLED "CAREER DEVELOPMENT OF DIASPORA YOUTH AND INTEGRATION IN THE LABOR MARKET" STARTS AT YSU
The "Career Development of Diaspora Youth's Integration in the Labor Market" program was launched today at YSU Hall after Palyans, which is implemented jointly with YSU Alumni Career Center and Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.
YSU ALUMNI AND CAREER CENTER IN COLLABORATION WITH “CALOUSTE GULBENKIAN FOUNDATION” ORGANIZES THE “CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND LABOR MARKET INTEGRATION OF DIASPORA YOUTH” PROJECT
YSU ALUMNI AND CAREER CENTER IN COLLABORATION WITH “CALOUSTE GULBENKIAN FOUNDATION” ORGANIZES THE “CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND LABOR MARKET INTEGRATION OF DIASPORA YOUTH” PROJECT
The aim of the program "Career Development of Diaspora Youth - Integration in the Labor Market" is to promote the competitiveness of young specialists, to support their integration into the labor market.