April 03, 2007
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Spring Events for European Young Professionals

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From May 26 to 29, 2007 with the support of the European Commission, AGBU is hosting two upcoming events in Valence, France which will provide opportunities for young Armenian professionals to discover new facets of the European Armenian community:

  • The Discovery & Networking Weekend - an opportunity to make friends, learn about Young Professional (YP) activities, and participate in an exhilarating combination of cultural, outdoor, and entertainment experiences, is open to all; and
  • The second annual Exchange & Development Seminar, which will select 35 participants, aims to empower young Armenian professionals to acquire the skills and the networks to develop successful projects.

Last year's inaugural seminar in Brussels (www.ugab.info/ypforum) spawned new friendships, a lasting network, and several new projects, including new AGBU YP Groups, an international youth exchange with Armenia, and a new Armenian language school in Barcelona. The program for this year will again emphasize project exchange and training, include workshops for project development, and is expected to initiate more European-level projects.

Registration

Registration forms and the full program will be available as of April 5 on www.ugabfrance.org:

  • Discovery & Networking Weekend: For inquiries about the networking weekend, please email contact@ugabfrance.org or call 33-1-42-27-12-26.
  • Exchange & Development Seminar: For inquiries about the seminar, please email Nicolas Tavitian at nicolas.tavitian@insideurope.org or call +32-2-762-67-97.

Discovery & Networking Weekend

  • Sat., May 26 to Sun., May 27, 2007
  • Open to all YPs (working or in the last years of studies)
  • Application deadline: May 15, 2007

Exchange & Development Seminar

  • Sat., May 26 to Tues., May 29,2007
  • Limited to 35 YPs with actual experience in project development or leadership
  • Conducted in English
  • Application deadline: April 20,2007

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