Change Lives with English Education

by International Disaster Volunteers (IDV)
Change Lives with English Education
Change Lives with English Education
Change Lives with English Education
Change Lives with English Education
Change Lives with English Education
Change Lives with English Education
Change Lives with English Education
Change Lives with English Education
Change Lives with English Education
Change Lives with English Education
Change Lives with English Education
Change Lives with English Education
Change Lives with English Education
Change Lives with English Education
Change Lives with English Education
Change Lives with English Education
Change Lives with English Education
Change Lives with English Education
Oct 31, 2014

Hard work and success at EIM - thanks to you

EIM student Richardson with his exam certificate
EIM student Richardson with his exam certificate

It’s the middle of a busy exam season at the English in Mind (EIM) Institute!

In September we administered over 100 Cambridge exams to students in our four highest levels. Many students passed on their first try, and others are working extra hard this month on revision classes to be successful during a November retake.

We’re especially proud to announce that after passing our highest-level exam (CAE), two of our Advanced 2 students – Merove Edeus and Richardson Jean — are now officially EIM graduates!

Part of the reward of completing our program is that we will now sponsor these bright students to take the TOEFL exam in 2015.  Although we won’t directly administer the TOEFL, we’ll be offering a special training course to help Merove and Richardson do their very best.

Last month EIM also welcomed a new group of volunteers from all over the US, Canada and the UK. They helped teach extra revision classes and practiced some test-taking techniques that our students will find crucial during their retake. They also provided a much-needed dose of fun during this otherwise stressful period!

Lastly, on a personal note, on September 15th we welcomed our newest EIM student to the world. Anne Christine Zamor, the beautiful baby girl of our principal Brunel was born this day and we couldn’t be happier for him and his lovely wife Roselene. We’re sure Anne will be speaking English in no time!

EIM’s continued success wouldn’t be possible without your support – thank you so very much!

As always, if you ever have any queries about how we’re using your donation, please don’t hesitate to email Emma@IDVolunteers.org. I would be delighted to hear from you.

EIM students and international volunteers
EIM students and international volunteers
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