AIESEC Moldova visited Access Summer Camp and presented students their exchange opportunities that can benefit.

Faraji Hassan, AIESEC Moldova President, and Ricky Niemeyer, AIESEC Moldova Vice-President, presented Global Volunteer Program.

AIESEC was established in 1948 after World War II, where seven youth across seven countries had a dream of building cross-cultural understanding across nations. They hoped to change the world, one person and one internship at a time.

Faraji explained that: “Our Global Volunteer projects around the world exist because as AIESEC, we choose to shape what we do around what the world needs. We have committed to creating a youth movement to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals by the year 2030. This all falls under our Youth 4 Global Goals initiative aimed at activating youth to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. The AIESEC way is to strive for Peace and Fulfilment of humankind’s potential. We do this by creating opportunities for cross-cultural exchanges”

Students had lots of questions and most of them were interested to join one of those opportunities.

“I’m looking forward in joining this exchange and I hope that this experience will change my life completely and I will come back in Moldova with new ideas and to make my country better,” said Nichita Grajdan, Access Student.

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