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Following a competitive selection process, San Diego State University and three Georgian public universities are partnering to deliver bachelor’s degrees that will provide Georgian students with increased employment opportunities.
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.
John Wingle, MCC Country Director for Guatemala, gives an overview of the threshold program designed to improve the quality of secondary education to prepare Guatemalans for the job market, improve tax and customs administration and attract private investment.
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.