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January 22, 2016

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US Embassy Yerevan in partnership with the Political Science and International Affairs Program of the American University of Armenia and the Women and Youth Support and Development Center restarts the Women’s Mentoring Program

The purpose of the program is to empower the next generation of Armenian women leaders on their path to personal fulfillment and professional development through mentoring.

The program is for females and aims to help them to overcome glass ceiling in their career and to help women attain leadership positions in sectors where they are underrepresented.

Through the Women’s Mentoring Program successful professionals share their experience with students. The program is about voluntary interaction between two people with the goal of guiding the younger person’s professional and personal development. The program is a unique opportunity for young females to learn about both the successes and challenges that women face in their careers.

Women’s Mentoring Program does not intend to provide any personal gains to the mentor or mentee. It is not an internship or job placement opportunity. This program is a powerful learning tool for female students in business, management, education and other professional areas.

Who can apply for Program?

3rd and 4th year undergraduate and 1st year graduate female students
Motivated and highly responsible female students

To apply please fill in the application form and send it to mkrtchyanl@state.gov by January 22, 2016.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Women’s Mentoring Program coordinator at the U.S. Embassy, Ms. Lusine Mkrtchyan at 010-494211 or at mkrtchyanl@state.gov



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January 14, 2016




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