My Way Home

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  • Mihran Papazian
    Armenian by Birth
    07.08.2019
    Nowadays I don't think moving to Armenia require much guts anymore, it's the opposite, as parents you'll quickly realize the pros & cons, and it's actually a no-brainer
  • “Nothing hits you by surprise or shock, unless you’re a pedestrian trying to cross the street, of course.” - Raffi Youredjian
    Armenian by Birth
    09.07.2019
    “I stopped being a tourist in Armenia long before I moved here. Repatriation was easy for me because I didn’t have the “Oh, I need to get used to this” mentality.
  • A teenager Integrating in Armenia: Do’s & Don’ts
    Armenian by Birth
    21.05.2019
    Well, I’ve been there and done that, so I wanted to share some lessons that I learned along the way
  • Opportunities For Teenagers in Armenia
    Armenian by Choice
    23.04.2019
    I took it upon myself to make a guide of some places to visit and opportunities to pursue
  • Why Millennials Repatriate To Armenia?
    Armenian by Birth
    12.04.2019
    We asked these questions to 7 repat millenials from all over the world ​
  • Hannah Marashian
    Armenian by Birth
    04.02.2019
    Seeing the development from the ground up and having the privilege of growing alongside the business while in Armenia has been significant
  • Hilariously Awkward Situations You May Face: Vol. 1
    Armenian by Birth
    28.12.2018
    I recommend spending some time in each to familiarize yourselves with the richness of the Armenian language
  • Anita Eisakhani
    Armenian by Birth
    17.12.2018
    I decided to take the risk, accepted the offer and moved to Armenia within two weeks
  • Yeram Fabien Tomarci - How Do I Work in Armenia
    Armenian by Birth
    17.12.2018
    Develop a culture of excellence in operational strategy, leverage Armenian talents to foster exportations, continue developing frameworks that enhance professional collaborations between Armenia and the diaspora
  • Nairi Zadikian - Connecting the Dots
    Armenian by Birth
    28.11.2018
    I had made up my mind; I wanted to work as a civil engineer in the country my grandmother taught me how important it was to remember throughout my life
  • Anahit Sevumyan
    Armenian by Birth
    13.11.2018
    It is a huge positive when you can rely on the state; however, each of us should know that it is us - the people, who are responsible for our country
  • Maria Anazonian
    Armenian by Birth
    06.11.2018
    Due to recent changes in the country, people are hopeful and smiling. That makes me a happier person. I believe in Armenia and its prosperity
  • Hrair Aguilian
    Armenian by Birth
    22.10.2018
    Safety is a huge factor; it is absolutely safe for one to be out, day or night
  • Repat Experience: Living in Ejmiatsin
    Armenian by Birth
    04.10.2018
    There is much that can be done to develop the regions
  • Seto Hovsepian
    Armenian by Birth
    04.10.2018
    Children should be exposed to both dialects of the language, given the opportunity to truly love the country in a way that is very real instead of simply an ideal
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