American Councils in Turkmenistan provides promising young Turkmenistan citizens with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully enter U.S. colleges and universities by increasing students’ competitiveness through rigorous preparation. Participants will focus on TOEFL and SAT test preparation, Academic Reading and Writing, and training in other study skills necessary for success in applying to U.S. Colleges and Universities.
American Councils invites to apply to participate in an intensive Prep4Success Fall 2021 Distance Session. Deadline is August 16, 2021.
– Prep4Success Application Fall-2021
– Prep4Success Advertisement Fall-2021
On May 15th, Rovshen Charyyev’08 (Ashgabat) gave an online talk on the following topic: “How we ended up in corporate world and how you can do the same”. FLEX alumnus has also invited his friend Mile Tasevski, who works as a Supply Planning Manager in Philips and helps university graduates to get their first job offers. During the talk, Rovshan and Mile shared their hands-on experience of working for big corporations, such as Amazon and Philips and discussed hiring and selection process in-depth, shared key tips for securing jobs in international companies. The alumni asked several questions about graduate trainee programs, scholarships and networking opportunities. Overall, 18 participants took part in this talk and 14 of them were FLEX alumni including alumni who connected from Russia, Turkey and Germany. The alumni found the talk very inspiring and they are motivated to use gained knowledge to apply for their first jobs.
In honor of 140th anniversary of Turkmen capital and eco-campaign in Turkmenistan, FLEX alumni took part in bike riding activity. The main idea of ecological action in Turkmenistan was to limit the use of vehicles in the capital and use bicycles instead. Thus, Tatyana Malyhina’10 organized bike riding activity jointly with 9 FLEX alumni around Ashgabat city. During the bike ride, lively talk took place regarding the importance of environment protection, gas emissions and everyone’s involvement in nature protection activities in Turkmenistan.
As Aylar Raimova’18 (Ashgabat) stated: “It became a good tradition to hold large-scale bike rides. I believe it encourages youth to practice sports”. Afterwards, FLEX alumni participated in outdoor picnic where they discussed ideas and plans for future events.