YEA Current location: Yerevan

Maria Yesayan

Maria is currently studying for a Bachelor in Public Administration at Yerevan State University. She did an academic Erasmus + Exchange Programme at AUTh (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) in Thessaloniki, Greece and has participated in many other Erasmus + projects. She is a member of various NGOs and has been a youth worker for more than 2 years. She is eager to explore new things and has participated in several competitions, webinars, and conferences, achieving a significant level of success in all these endeavours.

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Hasmik Torosyan

Hasmik studies at Yerevan State University, in the Faculty of Biology and at the same time at the National University of Architecture and Construction of Armenia. She is also working at the Republic of Armenia National Academy of Science’s Institute of Molecular Biology. Ecological urbanism, sustainable development and biodiversity loss are some of her main interests. During her Erasmus+ exchange experience, she also discovered the importance of Global change awareness.

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Jemma Tadevosyan

Jemma graduated from Yerevan State University with a Bachelor of Honours degree in Spanish Language and Literature. In the past, she volunteered at the American Council for International Education in Armenia, and the Football Federation of Armenia, and has actively participated in several projects promoting non-formal education. She currently works as a recruitment assistant for the FLEX Programme. She is actively involved in non-formal educational activities and believes that the involvement of young people in their communities is very important and is a guarantee for a better future.

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Vergush Tadevosyan

Vergush is from the Gorayk village of the Syunik region. She holds a Bachelor in International Relations and currently works as an office manager. She is a Board member of one of the largest youth Non-governmental Organisations (NGOs) in Armenia and the Federation of Youth Clubs of Armenia. She is an intern at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) as well, and she actively engages with gender equality issues. She is also an active member of her community and is a co-founder of Gorayk Youth Center.

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Tsovik Sargsyan

Tsovik is a good communicator and she excels at expressing her ideas verbally, in writing, and on social media. She’s also an avid team player and always believes in the process and goals that can be achieved within a group. She firmly believes that the success achieved in a group is also her own success. Her hobbies are playing the piano, singing, reading books, and last but not least drinking hot chocolate!

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Anna Sahakyan

Anna is studying International Relations and Diplomacy at Yerevan State University. She has been actively engaged in volunteering since 2019, and since then, she has participated in various Erasmus Plus projects and training as well as. In addition, she has taken part in many conferences, involved in non-formal educational activities. She is very keen on expanding her knowledge and skills in a variety of aspects. She has high hopes that being a Young European Ambassador will give her this opportunity and allow her to contribute her leadership and teamwork abilities. Anna speaks English, Russian,...

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Alen Ochinyan

Alen is a student in the Faculty of International Relations at Yerevan State University, and outside his studies, he works as a tour guide. He is currently in Romania, on an Erasmus exchange programme as part of his course. He is a communicative, responsible, and smart person, trying to use every opportunity he can to develop his skills and knowledge. He is also an ambitious person, who is trying to better his life and that of the people surrounding him.

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Anush Mkrtchyan

Anush is an active youth and social worker, who has always been interested in international relations, human rights, decision-making, and politics. As a future diplomat and hardworking volunteer in humanitarian and youth fields for the past 7 years, she seeks every opportunity to make lasting impacts on other people, communities, and countries. The YEAs are the perfect next step for her professional development, and she is looking forward to being a part of this opportunity.

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Tatevik Margaryan

Tatevik holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, which qualifies her as a trained Psychologist and is currently studying a Master of Science in Global Public Health at the Queen Mary University of London. She is also working as a psychologist at the Armenian National Centre of Oncology (NCO) named after V. A. Fanarjyan. She has been working at NCO for more than 6 months now and she absolutely loves it. NCO is the only cancer-oriented hospital in Armenia, and she is the only psychologist working there at the moment. In the future, Tatevik has plans to work in the sphere of public health in...

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Arman Manukyan

Arman is a young professional, working as a learning coach at a school and in one of the largest IT companies in Armenia. He holds a Bachelor degree in Geographic Information Science (GIScience) & Computer Cartography. Arman is always seeking new adventures, often described as an enthusiast because of that. He participates in a lot of projects conducted by different non-governmental organisations (NGOs), including the “Uniting Bridge”, where he is currently an active member. He believes that together, as a unit, with our creativity and great energy, we can shape a better world.

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Meri Jilavyan

Meri is a young and enthusiastic up and coming leader from Armenia, who graduated from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Service at Yerevan Brusov State University of Languages and Social Sciences in 2021, specializing in Service. Over the years, she has built up considerable life skills and experiences that have enabled her to become a competent and efficient young leader. She has a great passion for music, photography, and motion design. She believes art can serve as a force for social change, and can shine a spotlight on the truth, create moments of joy, and inspire people to act.

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Ashot Hayrapetyan

Ashot is a Business Management student at the Armenian-Russian (Slavic) State University. He is currently taking part in the “European Solidarity Corps” volunteering project in Hungary, focused on the topic of non-formal education in English. Ashot speaks three foreign languages: English, Chinese and Russian, and is fond of travelling and discovering new cultures and traditions. He also likes reading books and listening to podcasts about psychology, self-development, business management and human relations.

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Armenuhi Harutyunyan

Armenuhi is currently studying at the French University in Armenia. She is a very ambitious future marketer and designer and excels at marketing, graphic design, and photography. She is happy to have been given the opportunity to become a YEA and believes this opportunity will help her develop and excel in her passions.

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Seda Hakobyan

Seda is a young professional and a graduate of the Armenian-Russian (Slavic) State University, specialising in International Relations. She is currently doing a two-month internship at the Foreign Ministry of Armenia. She has good analytical skills and is passionate about politics. Her main rule in life is to always be open to new challenges and learning prospects, and she considers the YEA initiative to be the next challenge and learning prospect in her life.

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Ani Ghulinyan

Ani is in her final year at Yerevan State University, studying Political Sciences, currently working on her thesis. She studied journalism as her other specialisation and is now working as a freelance documentalist and journalist for Armenian and regional media outlets. She also excels at investigative journalism, videography, and filmmaking, and hopes to further develop these skills within the YEA initiative.

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