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MARRAKECH: MATE ACCESS Centers Gather AT NEAPE8 Event to share “Wonderful Success Stories”
Posted by :M.ELKADAOUIPosted date : January 16, 2018In Events, FeaturedComments Off on MARRAKECH: MATE ACCESS Centers Gather AT NEAPE8 Event to share “Wonderful Success Stories”
On the occasion of the 8th graduation of the Moroccan ACCESS English Program centers Alumnus, MATE association organized the 8th National End of Access program Event (NEAPE) in Marrakech, on the theme: Sustaining Wonderful Success Stories through Access Program. The ceremony took place for three days, 12-14 January 2018, with the partnership of the ministry of Education and RELO office from the US embassy. More than 100 students who belong to 9 local centers allover Morocco, accompanied by their teachers took part in the event, which was an opportunity for them to share their outcomes and “outstanding” success stories at the level performing arts. What’s more, NEAPE was a chance for the students to prove their personal development skills they have boosted thanks to their hard work and commitment for 2 years.
The Participant Centers at NEAPE8 :
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