English language summer camps rock, especially when they are part of the Access Program.
As a perfect way to wrap up this year’s Access summer camp, we made some s’mores together with our Access students at Ivanova korita. It was an opportunity for students to chat in English with Public Affairs Officer Mark Weinberg and Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Tyler Murphy about American dream and diversity and play some typical U.S. summer camp games.
Earlier Access groups Podgorica and Niksic hosted U.S. Marines at Ivanova korita, for a great sports afternoon!
Fifty students from Niksic and Podgorica who participate in the Access English language program came together at Ivanova korita for their joint summer camp! Deputy Chief of Mission B. Bix Aliu welcomed the students to the camp and shared with them what the American Dream means to him.
The Access Microscholarship Program is a two-year, intensive, afterschool English language learning program for talented students sponsored by the Department of State. Fifty students from Niksic and Podgorica, Tuzi and Golubovci were selected for the program based on the program requirements. Over two years they are working to improve their English Language skills and gaining an appreciation for U.S. culture and democratic values. The goal of the program is to empower youth, support diversity and promote cultural exchange.
We promise more good news in September. Have a great summer vacation!
English language summer camps rock, especially when they are part of the Access Program. Here's some Access Cheerleading at work 😄👍Ljetnji kampovi ucenja engleskog jezika su super, posebno kad su dio Access programa. 😀👍
Posted by U.S. Embassy Podgorica on Monday, June 26, 2017