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Competitive selection for the Program "Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Ukraine by Training Ukrainian Start-up Owners on Sustainable Financing” for young entrepreneurs - beginners | access ua | 30 Oct 2020

Competitive selection has started for the Program "Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Ukraine by Training Ukrainian Start-up Owners on Sustainable Financing” for young entrepreneurs - beginners in the city of Kharkiv, and cities of Severodonetsk and Lysychansk of the Luhansk Oblast. Deadline for applications: Decemner 21, 2020.
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Training for young entrepreneurs - beginners in Kharkiv, Severodonetsk and Lysychansk on sustainable financing | access ua | 27 Oct 2020

Competitive selection for the Program "Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Ukraine by Training Ukrainian Start-up Owners on Sustainable Financing” for young entrepreneurs - beginners in the city of Kharkiv, and cities of Severodonetsk and Lysychansk of the Luhansk Oblast
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Final event of 2019 – 2020 Access Alumni Civic Engagement Program in Mariupol | access ua | 11 Jun 2020


On June 11, 2020, the final online presentation was held by participants of the 2019 – 2020 Access Alumni Civic Engagement Program in Mariupol supported by the U.S. Embassy and administered by Project Harmony, Inc. (PH International) in partnership with NGOs Mariupol Union of Youth, and Institute of Public Development ‘Ortega-y-Gasset’. RELO Timothy Collins who took part in the final event, thanked the alumni, their trainers and volunteers for their active participation in the Program and community contributions.
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Access Alumni promoted Media Literacy into Mariupol community. | access ua | 3 Dec 2019

Access Alumni have the opportunity to develop their soft skills and promote Media Literacy into Mariupol community. Recently we have conducted a workshop for a wide scope of participants from our city. Students discussed the meaning of media bias and were introduced to several common types of bias. During the session, some ways used to pull the wool over media consumers’ eyes were demonstrated (namely facts, photos, bots and trolls that could be exploited in manipulative ways).
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Berdiansk and Zaporizhzhia Access groups helped homeless dogs in Berdiansk dog shelter | access ua | 16 Nov 2019


Berdiansk and Zaporizhzhia Access groups helped homeless dogs in Berdiansk dog shelter. Every time of year is a good time to help homeless animals and we had an opportunity to spend time playing with dogs and feeding them. Students drew funny pictures to make gray walls of the open-air-cages better for dogs who live there and for visitors and volunteers who come to the dog shelter to help animals. Unfortunately, there are thousands of homeless dogs and only people can help them. Non-profit organization, Berdiansk dog shelter would not exist without the hard work and dedication of its volunteers. Our Access team tried to help them in their difficult work and it was great experience of collaborative work.
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Collaborative work of Berdiansk Access Alumni and local community | access ua | 26 Oct 2019


Online newspaper “PRO.berdiansk.biz” On Saturday, October 26, 2019, Berdiansk alumni of the English Access Microscholarship Program, along with teachers from the Berdiansk State Pedagogical University, school No. 5, and city residents joined a number of good deeds done recently in Berdiansk. Access students, together with local residents, decided to ennoble the area around city school No. 5 and the ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ kindergarten. They draw colorful graffiti on the walls and fences over Internet addresses for buying drugs. The neighborhood residents welcomed this initiative and enjoyed very much funny children's drawings.
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Hour of Code training for students of school 33 in Vinnytsia | idea | 19 Dec 2017


On December 19, 2017, the trainer of the NGO "Parostok" (Sprout) conducted a "Hour of Code" training for 18 students of the 7th grade of the secondary school №33 in Vinnytsia. The training was conducted within the framework of the IDEA Project Powered by Microsoft YouthSpark. The training was aimed at familiarizing students with the basics of programming, while using simple examples explained by well-known people in the field of computer science, and not only. During the training, the students, on their own example, were able to make sure that everyone, if desired, can master the basics of programming.
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Computing training for students of National University of Water and Nature Management | idea | 21 Nov 2017


On November 21, 2017, IDEA Rivne Training Center conducted a workshop for students of National University of Water and Nature Management. During the seminar, participants got acquainted with free online resources for self-education as well as improved their skills in the field of civic education, and computing and programing skills. The youth was especially interested in finding new educational opportunities in the field of programming and entrepreneurship, because, according to the youth, these areas are among the most promising in the labor market.
The training took place thanks to the IDEA Project Powered by Microsoft YouthSpark".
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Presentation of Kodu Game Lab during ITBabyFest in Zaporizhzhya | idea | 14 Oct 2017


During the ITBabyFest, the first IT-festival for children in Zaporizhzhya, the IDEA Training Center of NGO Institute of Public Development ‘Ortega-y-Gasset’ made a presentation on using the visual designer of the HomeGame Lab, which allows participants of ‘IDEA Project Powered by Microsoft YouthSpark’ creating 3D games without profound knowledge of the KODU programming language. Participants of the IT-festival, including parents and their children asked a lot of questions and were interested in taking part in further training programs of the IDEA Center.
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KODU GAME LAB for school students | idea | 4 Oct 2017

A presentation of Kodu Game Lab for students of the 7th grade of secondary school №11 of Tokmak city was held on October 10. The trainer taught the students how to create KODU GAME LAB computer games and tools, and showed how they work. The students forgot about the ring for the class break and dreamed about creating their own characters. Everyone without exception was struck by how fast on bright landscapes, characters of the game, interesting visual effects and even sound support can be created at the computer. Guys and girls have plunged into the fantastic world of adventure, which previously seemed inaccessible to ordinary schoolchildren. The children were so enthralled with the theme of the event that they expressed their wish to study programming in the future in more detail.
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