The NC Secretary of State Office is currently working on a Service Learning School Partnership Project with Moldova, an educational program supported by the US Embassy in Moldova and the US State Department. This project is aimed to develop classroom-to-classroom partnerships between NC and Moldova schools.
The goal is it to connect twenty five schools from North Carolina and Moldova in order for them to collaborate while implementing various community development projects.
- 25 classroom to classroom partnerships
- Grade level: 4th – 12th grade
- 6 – 9 months of training and exchanges
- The deadline for NC schools to join the project is November 30
- A project blog was created to link all the international teams: http://northcarolinamoldovaservicelearning.weebly.com/
- Several webinars will be organized and online instructions modules will be posted on the project blog along with Skype and video sessions
- Participants will have to complete all the online academic modules.
- Each participant will create a video report at the end of the project to reflect on their participation in the project.
- The English teachers from the Moldova school will be your main point of contact
The coordinating partner organization in Moldova is the Academy for Innovation and Change through Education. If interested, please click NC-Moldova School Partnership Information for more information or view a short video explaining the program.
Teachers and schools interested in collaborating with Moldovan educators, please send an email to email@example.com
The State of North Carolina and the Republic of Moldova have had a special relationship since the early 90s. The official North Carolina-Moldova Partnership was formalized in 1999 and in 2015 the agreement was renewed for five more years. The North Carolina –Moldova Partnership is managed by the NC Secretary of State Office and you can find more information about the ongoing activities by visiting the partnership page.