News & Events: iEARN-Romania


2016 iEARN Photography and Design Challenge Winners

Check out the virtual exhibition for the 2016 iEARN Photography and Design Challenge with students' photo and graphic design work from around the world. Read More


iEARN Romania Hosts AYV & iEARN National Seminar

iEARN Romania celebrates students' video, photography, and multimedia work at the AYV & iEARN National Seminar. Read More


iEARN-Romania to host Adobe Youth Voices Seminar and Symposium

June 12: National Evaluation Seminar and June 13: National Symposium "Adobe Youth Voices & iEARN - Creativity, Collaboration, Involvement - The Ingredients of Success in Youth Education." Read More

The 5th Annual Adobe Youth Voices National Seminar in Romania will be organized at “Elena Cuza” National College in Bucharest between December 12-13, 2014. Read More


iEARN participants around the world are Making a Difference on MAD Day!

Join iEARN youth, educators and coordinators on October 28th who are giving back to their local communities through community service and sharing their iEARN projects. Read More

Over 50 teachers and 80 students will participate in a National AYV Seminar organized at “Elena Cuza” National College. Read More


Congratulations to all Adobe Youth Voices Aspire Awards Finalists

Among finalists from the iEARN AYV network are A Voice for Orphans (Uganda), Life = Smile (Argentina), and Don't choose violence and Stop bullying! (Romania). Read More


iEARN-Romania hosts National Adobe Youth Voices Seminar in Bucharest

From Jan 24-25, teachers, students, principals, and Ministry of Education officials joined together for a youth media showcase in Bucharest. Read More

iEARN-Romania will be hosting an Adobe Youth Voices National Seminar in Bucharest from January 25-26, 2013. Read More


2012 iEARN Adobe Youth Voices Media Festival!

Congratulations to all the youth media makers from around the world who screened their videos at this year's virtual event. Read More


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