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Meet Birthright’s Pathway to Armenia Fellows
Meet Birthright’s Pathway to Armenia Fellows
We’d like to introduce Birthright Armenia‘s four new Pathway to Armenia fellows that are currently living in the Birthright house!
Meet Marcelo Kevorkian, who is from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Marcelo volunteered with Birthright Armenia in 2008 for two months. He has bachelor’s degree in Music from the Instituto Superior de Musica “ Manuel de Falla”. Marcelo is exploring his options here professionally and decided to do the Pathway to Armenia program in order to look for work while living in Armenia.
Meet Astghik Davtyan, who is from Skadovsk, Ukraine. Astghik volunteered with Birthright Armenia in 2014 for seven months. She has a bachelor’s degree in International Tourism Management and Sociocultural Activity from Kyiv National University of Culture and Art. Astghik is very much interested in working in the tourism sector of Armenia but is also open to trying out new fields of work where her Russian can be helpful.
Meet Maral Wozniak, who is from Bloomfield, Connecticut. Maral volunteered with Birthright Armenia in 2015 for four months. She has a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Hartford. During her volunteer service, Maral was offered a job at OneArmenia, where she volunteered, as the Communications Coordinator.
Meet Florence Low, who is from London, United Kingdom. Florence volunteered with Birthright Armenia in 2015 for ten months. She has a master’s degree in Reception of the Classical World from University College London. Florence was offered a part-time job at AEON Café, where she volunteered, as an Events Manager. She is also interested in doing her own side projects here in Armenia.
Maral Wozniak, Florence Low, Astghik Davtyan, and Marcelo Kevorkian (left to right)
Pathway to Armenia is designed to offer qualified, motivated, and committed alumni the support needed to seriously explore the option of living and working in Armenia full time.Through the program Birthright Armenia provides its alumni with short-term housing and support through the Birthright Armenia network. Currently they have over 70 repat alums, living, working and studying in Armenia for the long-term. To find out more about the Pathway to Armenia program, click here.

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