NEW AGBU VAHE KARAPETYAN CENTER TO HOST DIASPORAN YOUTH IN YEREVAN

AGBU’s Armenia-based youth programs aim to foster deep relations between participants through various projects and initiatives. This summer will be a turning point for participants, as summer youth programs will be centralized in one location in Yerevan. A new center, made possible by benefactor Vahe Karapetian, will offer youth and young adults the comfort of a residence and a wide range of services. The AGBU Vahe Karapetian Center will comfortably accommodate over 100 visitors and will function as a dormitory as well as a venue for cultural and social events. It will allow for exciting cross-cultural exchange, creating an even more unified network of diasporan peers. From the new center, participants in Discover Armenia, the Yerevan Summer Internship Program (YSIP), and the Musical Armenia Program (MAP) will be able to commute easily to downtown Yerevan and to travel across the country. The center will officially open its doors on June 21, 2014 to welcome the YSIP interns. MAP artists will join them on July 14 until both programs end at the beginning of August. For three weeks in August, the Discover Armenia group will also be able to enjoy the new facilities.

To learn more about AGBU’s summer 2014 programs, please visit www.agbu.org/summer 2014.

 
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