Financial Support

The Association “Continuing Education Center” would like to express its gratitude to our funding agencies, sponsors, partners, supporters and volunteers.

FELT School project has been awarded a grant for a three year phase by the Foundation Liechtenstein Development Service (project nr 414_2015/2018).

Community contributions are also  valuable resources for our project.

FELT Summer School 2015 is implemented with the kind support of the Foundation LED Moldova (2700 Euro) and community contributions ( 8820 MDL by 05.07.2015)

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The 6th edition of FELT School is a two-year phase project (June 2013- May 2015). It is implemented with the kind support of the Fundation “Liechtenstein Development Service”. ( http://led.md)

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The 5th edition of FELT School is financially supported due to the grants awarded by

Details  about the community contributions:

Updates as of 21.06.2013

Josan Vera- 300 lei (14 iunie 2013)

Murgulet Daniela- 1000 lei  (18.03.2013)

Updates as of 23.10.2012

Pacalau Elena -400 lei

Fistic Natalia – 400 lei

Grajdieru Natalia -400 lei

Timciuc Alexandr- 400 lei

Crijanovschi Iurie – 400 lei

Updates as of 30.09.2012

Florea Corina – 400 lei

Russu Oleg – 400 lei

Sanduleac Svetlana – 400 lei

Hihlat Emilia – 400 lei

Crasnojon Mariana – 400 lei

Cimbriciuc Oxana- 400 lei

Olsanchi Rodica- 400 lei

Gutu Alina- 400 lei

Bologan Tatiana- 400 lei;

Dumitrascu Natalia-400 lei

Asbjoern Oblasser and Tatiana Oblasser –  200 Euros (3216 Lei)

Updates as of 30.08.2012

SRL Robog- in kind contribution valuing 790 lei,

Neghina Dan -400 lei

Cires Vera -400 lei

Cires Ana-Maria-400 lei

Murgulet Daniela – 3170 lei

In-kind Community Contributions

For 4 years, we have enjoyed a fruitful collaboration with A. Russo Balti State University, especially the former English Language Chair, and current English Philology Department and local schools and we envisage a continuation of this exceptional relationship. As such, we have a duty to provide quality teaching and learning experiences and ensure the transparency of the program for all the beneficiaries: training staff and supervisors, volunteering students, and selected pupils and schools.

A. Russo Balti State University – provided the office for the FELT School project;

The High-school Balauresti– hosted the summer school “Volunteers Who Teach English” (19-26 August 2012) and provided free  accommodation for the participants and free classrooms renting;

The School for Orphan Children and Children Left without Parents’ Care from Balti – classroom rent for the extracurricular activities in English;

The High-school “George Cosbuc” –  classroom rent for the extracurricular activities in English;

Special thanks to the persons who have joined our volunteering team and contributed to the planning, organizing and evaluation process of the FELT summer school:

Ana Munteanu, Head of the English Philology Department, A. Russo Balti State University;

Lara Aladin, senior lecturer at the English Philology Department, A. Russo Balti State University;

Viorel Andronachi, Director of the High-School Balauresti;

Lidia Cozma, vice principle at the High-school Balauresti;

Ciorescu Elena, EnglishLanguage teacher at the high-school Balauresti;

Divo Veronica and Dumbrava Nina, cooks at the High-school Balauresti;

Ana Spinu, Teambuilding Program Coordinator;

Popenco Gabriela, Facilitator of  Teambuilding  Activities;

Jonathon R. French, former Peace Corps Volunteer, who is informing the Peace Corps Volunteers and is helping us to build contacts and create the implimentation team of the ELT summer school;

Kimberly Davis, Peace Corps Volunteer, English Education Program who has volunteered to administer the application process;

We, in turn, promise to strive to improve FELT School and develop programs of non formal education which will contribute to the education and development of motivated, successful teachers who will guide future generations.

The summer school “Volunteers Who Teach English” (19-26 August 2012) was part of the FELT School activities and was also supported financially and with an in-kind donation from the Ltd “Rogob” (790 Lei).

“This event is organized due to the kind contribution of the American people through the United States Department of State and the contribution of the Foundation Liechtenstein Development Service Moldova. The Association “Continuing Education Center” holds responsibility for the content of this program and the content doesn’t necessarily reflect the opinions of the United State Department of State or of the Government of the United States of America nor of the Foundation Liechtenstein Development Service Moldova.”

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The 4th edition of FELT School was implemented due to in- kind community contributions.  We do appreciate the continuing help from the behalf of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literature, A. Russo University and the School for Orphan Children from Balti.

The 3rd edition of FELT School was implemented due to in-kind community contributions.

We would like to mention the valuable contribution of

  • David Norton, English Langauge Fellow at A. Russo Balti State University,
  • Lindsay Toler, Journalists and Peace Corps Volunteer and
  • Jonathon R. French, Peace Corps Volunteer, English Education Progarm.

FELT School 2009 (2nd ed.) was funded by a grant from the United States Department of State.  ( $7,126.18) The opinions, findings and conclusions stated herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the United States Department of State.

Other Community Contributions:

Human Resources:

A. Russo Balti State University. Senior lecturers from the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures provided support in organizing the informative sessions about the program of FELT School 2009 for different groups of students. They are: E. Protiuc, L. Tomaili, L. Aladin, M. Taulean, A. Calaras.

The Theoretical High-School Balauresti. A group of teachers from this institution provided organizational support during the extracurricular activities in English held as part of the event “Community Contribution Days” at the given school. They are:V. Andronachi, L. Cozma, M. Bargan, E.Ciorescu, G. Tudor, O. Solonari, V. Munteanu.

The Center for Temporal Placement for Children at Risk “Drumul spre Casa” from Balti:Natalia Bodnari, director and  Oxana Badic, employee

The School for Orphan Children and Children Left without Parents Care from Balti: Svetlana Tugarova, director

Peace Corps Moldova:

Cristine Oh, Community and Organizational Development Advisor,Peace Corps Moldova Volunteer, Bălţi has planned and promoted the seminar “Violence in the Family, Violence against Children: Educators as a “Medics” in fighting a Social Contagion/Pathogen” as part of the course “Civic Education through English Language Teaching”.

Jonathon R. French, Peace Corps Volunteer, English Education Program, has contributed to the organization of two extracurricular activities in English for a group of pupils from a rural school. He has also held the workshop “Creativity in English Language Acquisition”(peer teaching).

Shannon M. Cagney, Peace Corps Volunteer, English Education Program, has held the workshop “Creativity in English Language Acquisition” as part of the Symposium “Volunteering as a Way of Professional Development and Active Citizenship”.

Marilyn Shaw, Peace Corps Volunteer, Community and Organizational Development Program, has helped us to build ELT Resources and contacted organizations in the USA which offered a donation of used books for the volunteering students.

Amnesty International Moldova. Two volunteers from this organization, D. Calmatui and O. Startulat, contributed with a presentation about the volunteering opportunities in the field of human rights at the symposium “Volunteering as a Way of Professional Development and Active Citizenship”.

The Center for the Children and Youth’s Rights, from Balti. Two volunteers, O. Buzovici and N. Cervencov, participated with a collection of photos on children’s rights at the photo exhibition “I promote Civic Education” organized as part of the  symposium “Volunteering as a Way of Professional Development and Active Citizenship”.

The association “Continuing Education Center”: Didilica Valeriu, Siscov Sergiu, Bulgaru Vasile, Botnariuc Veaceslav, Kruglitki Mihaela, Russu Alexandru (in-kind contributions) and staff donation acts (2475 MDL), membership fees (275 MDL).

Office Rent (in-kind contribution from the partner institutions):

The Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, A. Russo University,

The Center for Family Crisis “Sotis” from Balti,

the School for Orphan Children and Children Left without Parents Care from Balti

All the partners offered the rooms for promoting the activities for our beneficiaries.

Equipment (in-kind contribution):

Viserv-Computers, Ltd provided in-kind contribution of $550 (three computers, three monitors, and technical assistance for the organization of the symposium on the 5th of February 2010).

The association “The Youth for the Right to Live” from Balti provided a projector during the event “Community Contribution Days” and the symposium on volunteering.

Members of the association “Continuing Education Center”.

Hosting

Nordlinks, Ltd from Balti offered free hosting of the web site of the association “Continuing Education Center” for the period: 2007-2009

Informational Support

initiativedemocratice.wordpress.com

The Civic Monitor (Civic.md)

Deca Press (deca.md)

Balti Teleradio Company

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The first edition of FELT School was organized in 2008.

The project was funded by a grant from the United States Department of State.  ( $ 1,988.00) The opinions, findings and conclusions stated herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the United States Department of State.

Other Community Contributions:

Nordlinks, Ltd from Balti offered free hoting of the web site of the association “Continuing Education Center”.

Peace Corps Moldova

Cristine Oh, Community and Organizational Development Advisor,Peace Corps Moldova Volunteer, Bălţi has planned and promoted two seminars “Generalizations, Stereotypes, and Discrimination” and “Discrimination based on race ethnicity and religious identity” as part of the course “Civic Education through English Language Teaching”.

PRO NOI, Ltd from Chisinau offered a book donation of 1200 MDL.

Iuvas, Ltd from Chisinau offered a donation of T-shirts (895 MDL) for the volunteering students and the most active beneficiaries from the School for Orphan Children and Children Left without Parents’ Care from Balti.

Burbulea Igor from Balti offered a donation of office furniture: computer table, chair, bookshelf (total 2000 MDL).

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