The University-Employer Cooperation Centre and the Faculty of Foreign Languages organized a meeting with representatives of Smart Start International Preschool of Armenia.
The guests introduced the students the job opportunities at Smart Start. Smart Start introduces International Preschool Curriculum (IPC), the first in Armenia. It provides a year-round international educational program for children aged 2 to 6 augmented with the IPC.
Armine Duztapanyan presented the available vacancies and requirements. She added that job applicants have the opportunity to attend a six-month training course offered by Smart Start. Upon completion of the course, they receive certificates and are offered jobs.
Rita Gevorgyan, Head of the ASPU University-Employer Cooperation Centre, stressed that the offer is a good opportunity for ASPU students to combine study with work, develop and improve their English speaking skills and gain experience in IPC.
Such meetings with representatives of Smart Start are organized frequently within the framework of cooperation between Smart Start and ASPU.