28 January, 2009
Nellie Isakanyan is working in "Armenia" International Airports" (AIA)CJSC as the directors' board translator/
interpreter. She is a full time employee and works in administration and translates all the documents
of the general manager and executive director who are argentinians. The AIA is the concessioner of
"Zvartnots" Airport, and it is a private company financed from the budget. She says, "I really enjoy
doing what I do" and sends her appreciation to CYSCA for our programming which has helped her build her
27 October, 2005
Congratulations to Victoria Ohanjanian who has just been hired by IREX for their IATP project. Administered by IREX since 1995, the Internet Access and Training Program (IATP) is a program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) of the US Department of State. IATP provides free Internet access and training through a network of access sites in 11 countries throughout Central Asia, the Caucasus, and Western Eurasia. Through these sites, thousands of individuals per month receive free-of-charge access to the Internet as well as to a wide variety of computer-related training programs. Victoria is a graduate of School #190 which is a CYSCA Sister School and she has been an active volunteer with us since 1999. Victoria was a participant in our Desk Top Publishing Program.
CONGRATULATIONS: YCSCA board member and student teacher, Amalia Vardania, recently graduated from Yerevan “Haybusak” University with honors with a bachelor’s degree in pedagogies and methodic of elementary education.
30 June, 2005
Cambridge-Yerevan Sister City Association (CYSCA)
Secondary School Partnership to Promote Civil Society
June 30 through July 21, 2005
27 June, 2005
Makur Yerevan Project in School N106
Gor Zakarian  graduated from Dickinson College with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and International Business & Management with honors in International Business and Management, received Magna Cum Laude, was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa and received the Anthony Mach Memorial Prize in Economics and the Grant D. Fryling '04 Memorial Prize in International Business and Management.
He will attend Brandeis University International Business School where he will pursue a Master of Arts degree in International Economics and Finance.
21 May, 2005
Vahan Grigoryan received PhD in mathematics and MS in information science in 2004. He
is currently a postdoctoral researcher in Biomedical Informatics at the
University of Pittsburgh.
13 April - 26 April, 2005
Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity
17 December , 2004,Friday, 16:00
Celebration of Volunteer day
Address: Marriott Hotel, Republic Square
13 November , 2004,Saturday, 14:00
YCSCA Council Meeting
Address: Nansen str. #11, School N106
September 10-29, 2004
Visit to Yerevan
Suzanne Pearce - CYSCA President
Rev. Joanne Hartunyan - Secondary Schools Partnership Project Director
June25 - July 14, 2004
City Association (CYSCA)
Secondary School Partnership to Promote Civil
Arlington High School - #190 School
Belmont High School - #65
US Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural
Congratulations to our CYSCA Desktop
Ohanjanian, from Yerevan, School #190, for being one of 28 students
selected from a pool of 360 applicants to come to the USA to study journalism
for one year with FLEX (Future Leaders Exchange) funded by DOS. Victoria's
future ambition is to be the editor of a woman's magazine which is written and
published in Yerevan!
1994 Ovsanna Tatevosyan is now Ovsanna Leyfer.
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Tuesday 11 May , 2004, 17:30
Address: Nansen str. #11,
Cambridge-Yerevan is included in the
small grants from Sister Cities International for projects between citites
in the US, and their partners in Armenia, Russia
and Kazakhstan, supporting SCI's new Network for Sustainable
Aramayis Hambartsumyan,a 1999
exchange student from School #198 has just published a book about the
Vartanants War. Hambartsumyan is now a third-year student at Yerevan State
Navasardyan, of the March 2003 Community Connections business delegation has
received a grant for $17,000 from Eurasia Foundation towards printing of a new,
expanded Armenian Export Catalog for 2003. This hard copy version will be about
double the size of the CD.