|By MegWallace (pool-64-223-80-53.burl.east.verizon.net - 184.108.40.206) on Sunday, March 07, 2004 - 10:07 am: Edit Post|
Should anyone be interested in information on serving as a PCV in Armenia, I spent three years there (in lovely Alaverdi) and would be happy to answer any questions I can, or give general information. Email me! Meg Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org
|By Nancy Tongue (cache-mtc-aa07.proxy.aol.com - 220.127.116.11) on Monday, April 12, 2004 - 2:44 am: Edit Post|
Do you have a chronic illness or disability related to your Peace
Corps service? Are you dealing with OWCP to obtain medical benefits
or disability payments? If so, the following group may be of
interest to you:
A group of RPCVs with OWCP claims are banding together in an attempt
to get better service from OWCP, PC Medical Office, etc. Please
feel free to join us!
|By Paul Vaughn (18.104.22.168) on Friday, April 23, 2004 - 12:08 am: Edit Post|
Does anyone know Pam Holmes (from San Francisco, CA)? If you do wish her a happy birthday from Paul Vaughn
|By Christina (fw.yerevan.fxclub.org - 22.214.171.124) on Thursday, May 26, 2005 - 3:19 am: Edit Post|
Dear PC Volunteers and everyone interested in cross- cultural communication!!!!!
We have good news !
My name is Christina Voskerchyan, I am the coordinator and initiator of a new project, "Creation of a joint public organization which was initially name "Friendship Club" and later renamed into "International Club of Cross-Cultural Communication" - ICCC.
ICCC has wide range of activities and sub-projects.
The idea of creating an "INTERNATIONAL CLUB OF CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION" belongs to a group of Armenian teenagers and young adults, who are students of ICCC Language Center and ICCC Club members, interested in cross-cultural communication and starting dialogue between Armenians and foreign people.
THE MISSION OF OUR CLUB IS:
To improve competence in dealing with cultural difference through effective cross-cultural communication and thereby minimize distractive conflict among national, ethnic and other cultural groups.
TV PROGRAM IN ENGLISH
EVERY TUESDAY at 3:00 pm and repeated
EVERY Friday at 4:20 pm on Armenia Second Channel
One of the ICCC projects is a new TV program, which has been produced recently and is on Armenia Second Channel since Nov 2004.
The program is called "INTERNATIONAL CLUB OF COMMUNICATION" which has a main
STRENGTHENING DIALOGUE AND IMPROVING COMMUNICATION BETWEEN ARMENIAN PEOPLE AND INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY MEMBERS OPERATING IN ARMENIA, THEREBY PROMOTING PEACE AND RESPECT BETWEEN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES, CULTURAL AND ETHNIC GROUPS LIVING IN ARMENIA AND ABROAD
THE GOALS OF OUR TV PROGRAMS ARE:
1. To educate Armenian people on customs, traditions, art and languages of other countries, cultures, nations and ethnic groups.
2. To promote and present art, culture, history of other nations and cultures to Armenian people.
3. To promote and present international/ foreign organizations/ their representative members operating in Armenia, informing Armenian public about the projects and activities of international organizations.
4. Finally, to introduce Armenian history, culture, traditions, customs, and promote Armenian language to Foreigners in Armenia and abroad.
The program is conducted in English, in form of interactive interviews with all interested foreigners, International community members, among those, heads and officers of foreign missions, business companies, public organizations or individuals who want to share their experience and impressions about Armenia, Armenian people and Armenian culture in general.
THE FIRST TV INTERVIEW WITH TWO BRILLIANT PC VOLUNTEERS, MATHEW AND CHRIS WILL BE ON AIR
On FRIDAY, (27th of May,) at 4:20 PM, on Armenia Second Channel
ALL GUEST-SPEAKERS INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN OUR TV PROGRAM OR OUR CLUB MEETINGS, PLEASE CONTACT ME, CHRISTINA at TEL; 540 911 or 540 912. or send me an E-mail at email@example.com
Or JUST VISIT OUR CENTER at 13 Vardanants Street, III floor
WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO MEETING YOU
WITH BEST REGARDS
|By Christine (126.96.36.199) on Tuesday, November 07, 2006 - 1:54 pm: Edit Post|
I am a RPCV from Kenya (1998-2000) and still work in development. Now working in DC but on a project in Armenia--would like to have an RPCV's insight into culture, etc. so that I am working with my Armenian counterparts effectively. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wouldn't mind talking with me. Am also working in Azerbaijan and Georgia. Thanks.
|By andranik Pogosian (s010600e09896c762.vn.shawcable.net - 188.8.131.52) on Friday, February 02, 2007 - 10:47 am: Edit Post|
I am Canadian-Armenian,
The mission of our org.is: Collection of used and surplus of new books from donor organizations, companies, individuals, ect. and ship the collected BOOKS to interested countries with the cooperation of the local Non-profit organizations for the purpose of creating Specialized English Language Libraris, to Promote north-american educational system...the cultural values, traditions for the nobel purpose of mutual understanding and last but ot the least for “Enrich a mind, Improve a life”.
My request is to be informed: Is the Country Director of the Corps in Armenia interested to cooperate with us to create - establish Specialized English Language Libraries in Armenia.
Now we have approximatly 100.000 (hundred thousand) books avilable to be shiped.
For any or more information, please contact directly to me 1-604-985-9857
PS.We are ready to provide all and any info.upon request...
Thanks and all the best