In June, the educational centers of the Andrey Melnichenko Foundation hosted solemn presentations of certificates to graduates who successfully completed their studies in the 2022 academic year.
This year, almost 200 eleventh-graders left the walls of the centers of children’s scientific and engineering creativity in Barnaul, Biysk, Rubtsovsk, Kemerovo, Leninsk-Kuznetsk, Kiselevsk, Nevinnomyssk and Novomoskovsk. During their studies, the children gained deep knowledge in mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer science and programming, robotics and intelligent electromechanics, biotechnology, astronomy and propaedeutics.
Thanks to high-quality training in the subjects of the natural science cycle, the graduates have acquired an invaluable store of knowledge. The acquired skills in the field of engineering and technical creativity, design and research activities allowed them to achieve the highest results. Thanks to them, among the graduates of 2022 there are winners and prize-winners of various stages of the All-Russian Olympiad for School Students (VSOSh), as well as Russian and international project competitions.
All this helped young talents to successfully pass the Unified State Examination and choose the leading Russian universities for further education. After all, the guys have an interesting adult life ahead, filled with opportunities for self-realization and the embodiment of their own scientific ideas.
Already in September, all first-year students who have completed their studies at the educational centers of the Andrey Melnichenko Foundation will be able to become members of its Alumni Club, which will give them additional opportunities for personal and professional growth. For example, they will be able to interact directly with the management and HR departments of the largest Russian companies such as EuroChem, SUEK and SGK, attend specialized events and communicate with leading industry experts and scientists. This will provide additional guidelines for building a career trajectory and choosing a future place of work.
In addition, the best graduates of the centers of children’s scientific and engineering creativity will be able to join the Scholarship Program of the Andrey Melnichenko Foundation, within the framework of which, during the academic year, children will be paid a scholarship for their achievements and successful studies at the university.