AGBU values its close relationships with these partners across the diaspora and Armenia that reach out to our students, young professionals and community at large, helping them stay connected to each other and their cultural heritage.
Հաճեցէք այստեղ սեղմել արեւմտահայերէն թարգմանութեան համար։
The partnership between AGBU and ACAB was initiated at the 2006 AGBU Project Exchange & Development Seminar in Brussels, Belgium, which sought to engage young Armenians throughout Europe. In 2009, the ACAB-AGBU partnership was officially launched. With the support of AGBU, ACAB organizes different cultural activities, as well as an Armenian Saturday School, that promote Armenian culture, and the integration of young Armenians within Spain.
AGBU forged a collaboration with HAIK, a network of German students, scholars, and young professionals of Armenian descent, in 2006, at the AGBU Project Exchange & Development Seminar in Brussels, Belgium. Two years later, the AGBU-HAIK Office opened its doors in Frankfurt, Germany, where we work together to strengthen and unify the country’s Armenian community, particularly through local university students of Armenian descent.
A supporter of AGBU programs in Russia and a partner organization within the worldwide AGBU Young Professionals Network, SIVAM is an organization for young Armenian professionals based in Moscow. Throughout the year, SIVAM hosts lectures, workshops, roundtables and networking events,creating numerous opportunities for students and recent graduates to advance themselves.
SIVAM also provides critical support to the AGBU Moscow Summer Internship Program (MSIP) by identifying internship opportunities, helping students acclimate upon their arrival in Russia, and organizing social events that the interns enjoy throughout the summer.
A partnership between AGBU and UTI was forged in 2014 as a means to connect Armenian youth in Turkey with the work of AGBU. Established in 2008 in Istanbul, UTI is a membership-based, social networking organization with a mission to cultivate strong ties between Armenian university students, young professionals and the local community. UTI organizes various educational, cultural and social responsibility events and projects throughout the year.
AGBU is pleased to announce the addition of ANI to its growing AGBU Education Innovation platform. The program—founded in September 2015 by Australian Armenian siblings Ray and Meline Nazloomian—joins English-speakers in the diaspora with English-learners in Armenia to help improve English proficiency in the country. Seeing their program grow exponentially in its first year, the Nazloomians chose to partner with AGBU to help further grow and develop ANI.