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Official launching of English Access Microscholarship Program in Cetinje

Access Program was officially launched in Cetinje for the first time on March 9, 2020 by Her Excellency Ms. Judy Rising Reinke, the U.S. Ambassador to Montenegro, president of English Language Teachers’ Association of Montenegro ELTAM Ms. Dragana Radoman, mayor of the old royal capital of Cetinje, Mr. Aleksandar Kascelan and Director-General of the Directorate of education of national minorities and other ethnic communities Mr. Marash Dukaj.
Twenty talented students received certificates of induction and officially joined the Access community, bringing new energy and enthusiasm. Access Niksic students greeted students in a video message they previously created for this occasion.
The ambassador congratulated both students and their families, wishing them success and fun during the following two years.
The representatives of eminent institutions and organizations which supported the program were present together with students and their families at the event organized in Business Incubator in Cetinje: Public Affairs Office – U.S. Embassy, Regional English Language Office RELO Belgrade, Municipality of Cetinje, Secretariat for Culture, Sport, Youth and Social Welfare, Bureau of Education Services, Center for Social Welfare, headmasters and teachers of schools from which the students were selected, Fulbright scholars, ELTAM members, family members of Access students, Access coordinator and teachers.
The English Access Microscholarship Program is implemented by the English Language Teachers’ Association of Montenegro ELTAM and financially supported by the U.S. Department of State through the U.S. Embassy Podgorica.

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