Finals of the competition of students' self-government leaders in ZNU continue vote and choose your winner!
Starting from October 2019, the School of Student Self-Government Leaders is running at Zaporizhia National University. More than 40 participants of the School: presidents of Zaporizhia general secondary education institutions, heads of student councils and simply indifferent students of 7-11 grades attended trainings held by scientific and pedagogical staff of Zaporizhia National University. The initiators and organizers of this important career guidance project were the staff of the department of pre-university training, career guidance and employment.
The result of the School's work was a video presentation of social projects created by student leadership. But most importantly, the School has succeeded in involving school youth in community activities, which contributes to the formation of an active life position.
The School Organizing Committee has identified two project leaders. Voting to determine the final winner will continue until May 1, 2020. You can view video presentations of projects and choose one of them by voting for it at:
The authors of the best social projects were:
Yulia Bondarenko (ZSOSh No. 103, 10th class), Andrii Khrystych (ZSOSH No. 103, 10th class), Anna Bartoshchuk (ZSOSH No. 75, 10th class), Oleksandra Panchenko (ZPK KhNA, 1-D course) and Vladyslav Dmytrenko (ZSOSh No. 84, 11th class). School leaders introduced the ‘South Beach for You’ social project, which developed an eco-friendly and comfortable South Beach design that residents of the Komunarskyi and Oleksandrivskyi districts of our city love.
The participants of the following project group study in the gymnasium №93: Andriy Tiahunov (11th class), Rodion Voronov (11th class), Sviatoslav Teryanik (9th class), Yevgenii Karpushchenko (10th class). The ‘It Used to Be Better’ social project is dedicated to the problem of forest belt contamination in the Shevchenkivskyi district (between Charivna and Mahistralna streets).
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