Kazakhstan launches new program «Medal of the First President of Kazakhstan»

Kazakhstan launches new program «Medal of the First President of Kazakhstan»

The project’s goal is to create conditions to expand educational and creative abilities of talented youth. It does not matter where potential participants live – city or village, how much ‘A’s he or she has in the diploma, how long he or she studied or worked. “Medal of the First President of Kazakhstan” provides equal chances to all young Kazakh citizens to build their future. This was reported at a briefing by Deputy Director of a Corporate fund “Academy of the First President of Kazakhstan” Anuar Zhangozin. The program is designed to make each participant to find his vocation, increase self-esteem and become a leader in his or her field.

The project was developed as a result of the initiative of the First President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev called “El umiti” – “Hope of the nation”.

Participants will study with mentors who will also evaluate their achievements. The main goal in the program is to begin education in seven areas including sports, art, reading books, volunteer activities, national heritage, hiking and working practices.

The program is intended for children and youth aged from 14 to 29. The project has three levels: bronze, silver and gold. The gold one lasts 18 months and is for youth from 16 years old, the silver level lasts 12 months and is for youth aged from 15, the bronze lasts six months and is for the youngest, aged from 14.

The program will be held as a challenge. According to the results, the participants will be awarded with the “Medal of the First President of Kazakhstan” of various denominations. In case of equality of points, their holders have the pre-emptive right to receive educational grants as well as to enroll in the list of students on the state educational order for the training of personnel with higher education.

To take part in the program, register on me.fpp.kz website. Call free 7170 to get all the necessary information.

 

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