Computers for region's talents
4 collaboration proposals
And so, we start the fourth stage of computer assembly for the talented young people of the regions. In the previous 3 stages we have already collected and delivered 30 computers.
Do you know how many talented young people we deprive of rapid growth, how many benefits our economy does not get, when we "do not remember" them today ․․․
How many companies like Picsart or other Unicorn startups (with a market value of $1 billion) we could have today if 10 years ago we would provide the youth living in the regions with computers?
One of the main reasons why children and teens don't get professional education is because they don't have computers. Statistics shows that only 15-20% of the best students have computers, and the others either have smartphones, or don't have any devices.
According to the statistics, in 2021-2022 the project helped to provide devices to people living in the Armenian regions, and about 58.4% of those who received computers have already got remote jobs, so they wont' have to leave their towns and villages. In this way, the helps to solve the demographic problem that is a significant challenge for Armenia.
Existing or potential partners and collaborators
ARMATH Engineering Laboratories, Student Home NGO, VOMA NGO, Real School Vanadzor, Zartnir NGO, Teach for Armenia project, Bardzunk NGO, Koghb Foundation. We are all united by a vision of our future․ They all help identify talented children / young people, engage in volunteer work, assess needs and priorities, as well as maintain or transport computers. We have a wide range of cooperation with the mentioned structures outside the computer program.
We are inspired by children's faith and motivation, join us.
How can we collaborate?
Below we are presenting a list of 10 talented young people from the Armenian regions who need computers, new or used. They were chosen according to their social status, interests, active participation in community development and volunteering.
Minimum laptop requirement: Intel Core i3, 4gb ram + ssd
Edik Mikayelyan, Vayots Dzor region, village Malishka, 15 years old. He is an active volunteer in various NGOs. He is the founder of the "Learn Time" educational project. The main goal is to develop the community. He is interested in graphic design, but needs a computer to express his creative thoughts.
Svetlana Msryan, Aragatsotn region, Partizak village, 16 years old. She is currently engaged in volunteering, and the lack of a computer prevents her from acquiring new skills. The computer will give her the opportunity to engage and work in several programs at once.
Mariam Javadyan, Kapan city, Syunik region, 18 years old. Active volunteer both in her city and in MEM. Also participates in various courses and webinars. The absence of a computer slows down her work.
Gulvard Margaryan, Shirak region, Bandivan village, 17 years old. Engages in active volunteering in various NGOs, is a student of Armat Engineering Laboratory, implements various events in the community. Her main goal is to contribute to having a strong homeland through her own work.
Gayane Badalyan, Maghavuz village, Martakert region, Artsakh, 13 years old. TUMO student, is interested in and studying graphic design, but needs a computer to realize her creative thoughts.
Manana Hakobyan, Artsakh, Norshen village. She is an active girl, 15 years old. Now 10th grade, future journalist, interested in project management, SMM, attended sports, ethnographic dance for about 4 years, attends “Armatհ Engineering Laboratory”. Participated in the school's automation bell project, illustration of the entertainment center opened next to the library. The lack of a computer prevents her from doing full-time work.
Liana Madoyan, Shirak region, Meghrashen village, 17 years old. Her main interest is science, she dreams of becoming a programmer, but she can't achieve her dream on the phone.
Malvina Simonyan, Lori region, Vanadzor city, 16 years old. She is a volunteer at "Vanadzor Technological Center", is also interested in marketing, studies at "Sovorir online", a future programmer, engaged in self-education. Her main goal is to develop and develop the community.
Mariam Kosyan, Lori region, Mets Parni village, 17 years old. Attends “Armatհ Engineering Laboratory”, is one of the active young people in her village who is interested in programming. As we know, to move forward and achieve success in the field of programming requires technique, which Mariam lacks.
Anticafe "Ari", Javakhk, Damala village. Among the children, 16-year-old Mariam Sahakyan, participating in the grant organized by "Awesome Foundation Javakhk" months ago, had a winning idea and created an anti-cafe for young people in the village. And it needs a computer.
The project Children of regions is a social-educational NGO, through which the children of the regions get acquainted with the territory of Armenia through visits, communicating and making friends with their peers. Within the framework of the program, it creates other opportunities for the population of the region to acquire multidisciplinary knowledge, skills, connections.
The project objectives:
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The 4th stage of Computer+ was completed thanks to the cooperation with "Bardzunk" NGO.
This time, "Bardzunk" NGO donated computers to 10 active residents of Regions, giving them the opportunity to self-educate and embark on the development of communities and regions. Thank you for your trust and cooperation.
The development of youth is in our hands.
Computers for region's talents
4 collaboration proposals