September started a new Access year for the students. After an intensive summer camp with lots of lessons and visits, Access students got back on track for their last Access year.
The whole September had the chance to attend presentations about FLEX Program from FLEX Alumni from all over the country.
The Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) program offers high school students (15-17 years) an opportunity to learn about the people and culture of the United States through international exchange while attending a U.S. high school and living with a U.S. host family. The FLEX program is administered by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA). The FLEX program is supported at the local level by U.S. citizens and local secondary schools that voluntarily host, educate, and support students with no financial compensation.
Access Students were excited to hear FLEX Alumni stories and experiences.
“Going through FLEX Program is one of my dreams and thanks to Access Program I’ve learned English and got involved in so many activities. Can not wait to see the results,” said Sandu Sceglov, Access Student from Bender
“FLEX Alumni stories are so inspiring and the application process is so well-organized and I consider it a must-to-apply opportunity for me,” said Olga Ciolac from Access Taraclia.