Sonia Shahrigian, MCC Deputy Resident Country Director for Georgia, explains that the girls attending the 2018 Women in Science Camp in Tbilisi, Georgia will explore new technologies, use sophisticated lab equipment, program robots and learn to code websites.
MCC’s Jenner Edelman discusses MCC's partnership with Microsoft, Google and Intel to develop a modern, engaging, STEAM-focused curriculum for the girls attending the 2018 Women in Science Camp in Tbilisi, Georgia.
MCC Resident Country Director Jenner Edelman gives an overview of MCC's Georgia Compact II which is designed to increase the earning potential of Georgians through improvements in the quality of education in science, technology, engineering and math fields.
MCC’s investments in Georgian higher education continue to attract the top students in the country. Meet freshman Chemistry/Biochemistry major Natia, who enrolled at SDSU Georgia after receiving the top score on the higher education entrance exam.
Meet Tamar, a sophomore who choose to attend the MCC supported program at SDSU Georgia because of its high quality degrees. When she applied, Tamar had received the highest score in the country on Georgia’s higher-education exam.
Meet David, a junior at SDSU-Georgia studying computer engineering in SDSU Georgia’s inaugural class after receiving the top score on the higher education entrance exam. MCC’s investments in Georgian higher education continue to attract the best and brightest.
Nino Udzilauri, Director for General Education of the Millennium Challenge Account-Georgia, discusses how investments in education for youth can play a significant role in peace and stability, both in Georgia and around the world.
On July 26, 2013, in a signing ceremony at the Parliament Library in Tbilisi, Georgia, MCC signed a compact with Georgia to improve the quality of education in the science, technology, engineering and math fields.