LAHORE: One hundred students virtually celebrated their graduation from English
The English Access Micro-
U.S. Consul General Lahore Catherine Rodriguez congratulated the students on their achievement and guided them with regards to the importance of pursuing higher education and how English language skills can open doors to opportunities in education, science and business. “This program will empower you all to fully participate in the economic development of Pakistan in coming years,” said Consul General Rodriguez. The Consul General also pointed out that Access alumni are considered alumni of the U.S. government exchange programs and welcomed the students to join the U.S. – Pakistan Alumni Network (PUAN). She encouraged the alumni to be active through PUAN and to remain engaged with the University of Education and the U.S. Consulate General in Lahore.
The US Consulate General in Lahore has been working with the University of Education since 2018 for implementing English language programs. In 2019, three teachers from this program were selected to participate in an exchange program to the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
CG Rodriguez thanked the students and their parents for their dedication and hard work, praising the commitment of the University of Education and the support of the management. She encouraged the students to continue learning English and pursue their dreams.