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French student does his internship abroad with AVC20220912140129

French student does his internship abroad with AVC

September 12, 20220 comments
Without Armenian roots or knowledge of the language, Adrien Catry journeyed from Lille, France to volunteer with the Armenian Volunteer Corps (AVC) in January of 2022. He “wanted to discover another culture for persona...
Exposing Adventurous Travelers to Armenia20220831081609

Exposing Adventurous Travelers to Armenia

August 31, 20220 comments
After volunteering as an English teacher in Yerevan, AVC alumnus Ric Gazarian (2004) strongly maintained his connections to his ancestral homeland. Fast forward 18 years to this fall and Ric is set to make marvelous use ...
Days of Mourning after Surmalu Explosion20220819134408

Days of Mourning after Surmalu Explosion

August 19, 20220 comments
No time is convenient for tragedy to strike, But Yerevantsis got a chance to see what it looks like. Yerevan’s characteristic peace was shattered; Armenians were forced to examine what in life truly mattered. We look f...
“I’ll be back” by Chad Bell20220812064510

“I’ll be back” by Chad Bell

August 12, 20220 comments
“I’ll be back.” That’s what I said as I gazed out the window towards the beautiful Armenian landscape and Mt. Ararat. I just finished my month-long tenure with the Armenian Volunteer Corps – and it was the expe...
French student does his internship abroad with AVC20220912140129

French student does his internship abroad with AVC

Without Armenian roots or knowledge of the language, Adrien Catry journeyed from Lille, France to volunteer with the Armenian Volu...
Exposing Adventurous Travelers to Armenia20220831081609

Exposing Adventurous Travelers to Armenia

After volunteering as an English teacher in Yerevan, AVC alumnus Ric Gazarian (2004) strongly maintained his connections to his an...
Days of Mourning after Surmalu Explosion20220819134408

Days of Mourning after Surmalu Explosion

No time is convenient for tragedy to strike, But Yerevantsis got a chance to see what it looks like. Yerevan’s characteristic pe...
French student does his internship abroad with AVC20220912140129

French student does his internship abroad with AVC

September 12, 20220 comments
Without Armenian roots or knowledge of the language, Adrien Catry journeyed from Lille, France to volunteer with the Armenian Volunteer Corps (AVC) in January of 2022. He “wanted to discover another culture for persona...
Exposing Adventurous Travelers to Armenia20220831081609

Exposing Adventurous Travelers to Armenia

August 31, 20220 comments
After volunteering as an English teacher in Yerevan, AVC alumnus Ric Gazarian (2004) strongly maintained his connections to his ancestral homeland. Fast forward 18 years to this fall and Ric is set to make marvelous use ...
Days of Mourning after Surmalu Explosion20220819134408

Days of Mourning after Surmalu Explosion

August 19, 20220 comments
No time is convenient for tragedy to strike, But Yerevantsis got a chance to see what it looks like. Yerevan’s characteristic peace was shattered; Armenians were forced to examine what in life truly mattered. We look f...
“I’ll be back” by Chad Bell20220812064510

“I’ll be back” by Chad Bell

August 12, 20220 comments
“I’ll be back.” That’s what I said as I gazed out the window towards the beautiful Armenian landscape and Mt. Ararat. I just finished my month-long tenure with the Armenian Volunteer Corps – and it was the expe...
French student does his internship abroad with AVC20220912140129

French student does his internship abroad with AVC

September 12, 20220 comments
Without Armenian roots or knowledge of the language, Adrien Catry journeyed from Lille, France to volunteer with the Armenian Volunteer Corps (AVC) in January of 2022. He “wanted to discover another culture for persona...
Exposing Adventurous Travelers to Armenia20220831081609

Exposing Adventurous Travelers to Armenia

August 31, 20220 comments
After volunteering as an English teacher in Yerevan, AVC alumnus Ric Gazarian (2004) strongly maintained his connections to his ancestral homeland. Fast forward 18 years to this fall and Ric is set to make marvelous use ...
Days of Mourning after Surmalu Explosion20220819134408

Days of Mourning after Surmalu Explosion

August 19, 20220 comments
No time is convenient for tragedy to strike, But Yerevantsis got a chance to see what it looks like. Yerevan’s characteristic peace was shattered; Armenians were forced to examine what in life truly mattered. We look f...
“I’ll be back” by Chad Bell20220812064510

“I’ll be back” by Chad Bell

August 12, 20220 comments
“I’ll be back.” That’s what I said as I gazed out the window towards the beautiful Armenian landscape and Mt. Ararat. I just finished my month-long tenure with the Armenian Volunteer Corps – and it was the expe...
Here is my Armenian story20220731194139

Here is my Armenian story

July 31, 20220 comments
My Armenian story started in 2019, when, wanting to travel after long years of work in Law school, law firms, law department, I booked a hiking trip in Armenia on a whim, without knowing more about this country than the ...
I Thought I Was Just Passing Through…20220720115502

I Thought I Was Just Passing Through…

July 20, 20220 comments
I don’t know how other non-Armenian volunteers learned about AVC or how long it took them to commit to the program, but I discovered AVC several years before I decided to take the plunge, filing it in the back of my br...
French student does his internship abroad with AVC20220912140129

French student does his internship abroad with AVC

September 12, 2022
Without Armenian roots or knowledge of the language, Adrien Catry journeyed from Lille, France to volunteer with the Armenian Volunteer Corps (AVC) in January of 2022. He “wanted to discover another culture for persona...
Exposing Adventurous Travelers to Armenia20220831081609

Exposing Adventurous Travelers to Armenia

August 31, 2022
After volunteering as an English teacher in Yerevan, AVC alumnus Ric Gazarian (2004) strongly maintained his connections to his ancestral homeland. Fast forward 18 years to this fall and Ric is set to make marvelous use ...
Days of Mourning after Surmalu Explosion20220819134408

Days of Mourning after Surmalu Explosion

August 19, 2022
No time is convenient for tragedy to strike, But Yerevantsis got a chance to see what it looks like. Yerevan’s characteristic peace was shattered; Armenians were forced to examine what in life truly mattered. We look f...
“I’ll be back” by Chad Bell20220812064510

“I’ll be back” by Chad Bell

August 12, 2022
“I’ll be back.” That’s what I said as I gazed out the window towards the beautiful Armenian landscape and Mt. Ararat. I just finished my month-long tenure with the Armenian Volunteer Corps – and it was the expe...
Volunteer in your 70s… with your child20220731195829

Volunteer in your 70s… with your child

July 31, 2022
Have you ever thought you’re too old to volunteer? What about volunteering with your child? Shahin Hartooni pondered both and then turned those questions into reality. He is a proud Iranian-Armenian who has been living...
French student does his internship abroad with AVC20220912140129

French student does his internship abroad with AVC

September 12, 2022
Without Armenian roots or knowledge of the language, Adrien Catry journeyed from Lille, France to volunteer wi...
Exposing Adventurous Travelers to Armenia20220831081609

Exposing Adventurous Travelers to Armenia

August 31, 2022
After volunteering as an English teacher in Yerevan, AVC alumnus Ric Gazarian (2004) strongly maintained his c...
Days of Mourning after Surmalu Explosion20220819134408

Days of Mourning after Surmalu Explosion

August 19, 2022
No time is convenient for tragedy to strike, But Yerevantsis got a chance to see what it looks like. Yerevan...
“I’ll be back” by Chad Bell20220812064510

“I’ll be back” by Chad Bell

August 12, 2022
“I’ll be back.” That’s what I said as I gazed out the window towards the beautiful Armenian landscape ...
Volunteer in your 70s… with your child20220731195829

Volunteer in your 70s… with your child

July 31, 2022
Have you ever thought you’re too old to volunteer? What about volunteering with your child? Shahin Hartooni ...
Here is my Armenian story20220731194139

Here is my Armenian story

July 31, 2022
My Armenian story started in 2019, when, wanting to travel after long years of work in Law school, law firms, ...
I Thought I Was Just Passing Through…20220720115502

I Thought I Was Just Passing Through…

July 20, 2022
I don’t know how other non-Armenian volunteers learned about AVC or how long it took them to commit to the p...
Yerevan Municipality20220714173021

Yerevan Municipality

July 14, 2022
Official website of the Yerevan Municipality, with links to tourism, health, culture, and much more....
Repat Armenia20220714172832

Repat Armenia

July 14, 2022
Repat Armenia is an NGO that informs, initiates, and actively champions the return of high-impact individuals ...
New Start for Olga in Armenia20220629083425

New Start for Olga in Armenia

June 29, 2022
Olga Kuzamichёva is not Armenian – she is Russian. Along with her husband and three year old son, Sasha...
Hans met his daughter-in-law’s family in Armenia20220620134711

Hans met his daughter-in-law’s family in Armenia

June 20, 2022
Hans-Christoph Pocha believes in family and unity. Hans is not an Armenian but he found out about Armenia when...
Meet Another ABC of AVC – Mario to Narek20220531134612

Meet Another ABC of AVC – Mario to Narek

May 31, 2022
“I will teach my kids what it means to be a real Armenian,” says Mario Sanz Gonzalez, a young man of Span...
Marching, Commemorating and Recycling20220520133915

Marching, Commemorating and Recycling

May 20, 2022
Armenians recently commemorated another April 24th, bringing with it over a century of pain and anguish for th...
Armenia From The View of a Young Non-Armenian Genocide Studies Researcher20220503173347

Armenia From The View of a Young Non-Armenian Genocide Studies Researcher

May 3, 2022
People often ask me why I decided to spend three months in Armenia as a researcher. As a volunteer with the Ar...
5 Reasons To Do A Student Internship in Armenia with AVC20220406102814

5 Reasons To Do A Student Internship in Armenia with AVC

April 6, 2022
We have all wanted to do a student internship at one point or the other during our college years. Today, we’...
Dare to Repatriate in your 40s; This is Tsoleen’s Story20220323071624

Dare to Repatriate in your 40s; This is Tsoleen’s Story

March 23, 2022
Since her first visit in 1994, Tsoleen Sarian dreamt of moving to Armenia. Twenty-seven years later, she made ...
Discovering Armenia in the Best Immersive Way20220207090215

Discovering Armenia in the Best Immersive Way

February 7, 2022
“Hametseq” (come in), says Aladdin Shaker to his Armenian guests, priding himself with his progress in...
Why to Volunteer in Armenia in 202220220108080645

Why to Volunteer in Armenia in 2022

January 8, 2022
Numerous things come to mind when one says Armenia. It is home to the world’s oldest winery. Its capital Yer...
2021 in Review: Let’s Sum up Some Numbers20211228155559

2021 in Review: Let’s Sum up Some Numbers

December 28, 2021
Each year we ensure that our volunteers get the experience they desire. We are so confident that we can meet t...
Top 5 Excursions of 202120211221165512

Top 5 Excursions of 2021

December 21, 2021
Excursions are a good way of discovering the beauty, tastes, and flavors of a country. But few of them can mak...

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