AAB College today welcomes 100 girls from America and the Balkans to the WiSci Girls STEAM Camp International Summer Camp

19 August 2019

AAB College, host of the international WiSci Girls STEAM Camp, today welcomed 100 girls from the US, Kosovo, Northern Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro and Serbia who for 10 days will take part in science, technology, engineering, arts, design and mathematics activities held in AAB College.

At the solemn opening of the camp, Millennium Challenge Coporation (MMC) director Sarah Olmstead said, among other things, that she is happy to be among the many girls who will be together for 10 days to share and create new experiences.

She also thanked all the co-organizers for making the WiSci Girls STEAM Camp possible.

During theopening ceremony, Director of “Millennium Challenges for Kosovo”, Petrit Selimi also welcomed everyone in his speech.

He congratulated the organizers who managed to make possible such a camp in Kosovo. He said that this is a very good opportunity to promote Kosovo and to unite girls in science. He also wished that this partnership with the participating countries in this camp will continue.

Venera Llunji, Vice-Rector for International Cooperation at AAB College, warmly welcomed all participants and organizers of this camp. She said that AAB College is committed to promoting the highest standards of teaching and research both in Kosovo and abroad. She added that modern ways of teaching, local and international scientific conferences, professional preparation of students to easily access the labor market make AAB College the most sought-after College in the country.

WiSci Camp is made possible through a public-private partnership, with many partners from around the world, including the US Department of State, Millennium Challenge Corporation, Girl Up, and private-sector partners such as Intel, Google, NASA, AAB College, American Society for Microbiology, Microsoft, among others.