LOCATION: Chisinau, Moldova JOB DESCRIPTION: The FLEX Assistant position is responsible for assisting with all administrative aspects of participants recruitment including advertising and publicizing about FLEX Program through all social media platforms and mass media channels, preparing and printing recruitment materials, data collection, participation in recruitment interviews, calling participants and parents, contacting schools and ministries from the
FLEX Program, now in its 27th year, is a program of the U.S. Department of State with funding provided by the U.S. Government and is administered by American Councils with the support of the U.S. Embassy in Moldova. The FLEX scholarship offers competitively selected students the opportunity to live with an American family and study
Vlada Mangir, FLEX Alumna 2019 is the new FLEX Alumni Coordinator in Moldova Here is Vlada’s message “My name is Vlada Mangir and I’m a Flex Alumna ‘19, who did her exchange year in the big ol’ Lone Star state – Texas. This once in a lifetime chance truly shaped the person I am
Cristina Giza, FLEX alumna ’13 was selected to participate in Global Village, a five-week program on the campus of Lehigh University in Pennsylvania that teaches adults business, entrepreneurship and leadership skills.
Nicoleta Paladi, FLEX alumna ’14 graduated from American University in Bulgaria as AUBG’s 2019 presidential medalist! Nicoleta demonstrated outstanding academic achievements, great involvement in extracurricular activities and a strong commitment to social responsibility. She is the first Moldovan senior to graduate with this award! “My plans for the future are to acquire more knowledge and become
In the past week, FLEX Alumni were busy holding projects for Global Youth Service Day across the country. This year over 1200 GYSD projects took place in 95 countries and for the first time, Moldova took ninth place with 15 projects, 10 of which were GYSD grants and 3 of which were organized by FLEX
In a world where almost everything is ruled by social media, where the quality of our lifestyles is valued by numbers of likes and where our voice matters only if we have over 10K followers how can we feel happy about ourselves in real life? How to be better than beautiful? In the context of
Eduard Ciobanu ’17 is now in Washington DC as alumni assistant at the Youth Leaders in English Teaching Workshop (WYLET) for FLEX and YES students. He will assist American Councils staff and share his alumni experience with students from all over the world!