The U.S. Embassy is working with our Armenian partners to encourage youth to make better career choices, to develop their skills and to be informed about the future trends of the labor market
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The U.S. Embassy is working with our Armenian partners to encourage youth to make better career choices, to develop their skills and to be informed about the future trends of the labor market

The U.S. Embassy is working with our Armenian partners to encourage youth to make better career choices, to develop their skills and to be informed about the future trends of the labor market.
 
With the support of U.S. Alumni Outreach Grant Program we are happy to help young Armenian through “Career and Business Talks,” designed and implemented by our IVLP alumni Haykuhi Gevorgyan in cooperation with the CareerLab team.
 
During the five-day event in May, young people from Ijevan, Vanadzor, Gyumri and Yerevan were given an opportunity to participate in trainings and master classes, and to attend career and business talks.

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