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12 February 2014 | 13:27
Eight trainees to be part of the ORD team
Eight Moldovan trainees from the 42 registered youngsters were selected to begin work in the Office for Relations with the Diaspora (ORD) in Chisinau.
According to an announcement posted on a social networking site, two of the interns will work within the Analytics team, three with the Department of Communication and the other two will get new knowledge in the field of Programs.

During the activity, the trainees will be able to apply the knowledge obtained on completing various tasks in the university, to participate in the implementation and evaluation of various projects and programs initiated by the ORD and its partners, to develop communication and negotiation skills, participating in various meetings and events.

Also, interns will contribute to the organization and implementation of the second edition of the program DOR - 2014, an initiative that aims to raise awareness of young second-generation migrants on their cultural identity and creating emotional ties between the homeland and representatives of the Moldovan diaspora.

The internship program is designed for graduate students of faculties of international relations, journalism, public relations and communications, public administration, management, economics, statistics, as well as other interested people.

ORD encouraged participation in the program, particularly of students from the Republic of Moldova who returned from studying abroad.
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