➢ News (25.07.2023, во 08:53:00)
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The Economic Chamber of North Macedonia for a period of three weeks hosted the student in the "Birthright  Macedonia" Program, which is organized for the seventh year by the United Macedonian Diaspora (UMD), in cooperation with the Macedonian Centre for International Cooperation (MCIC).

Daniel Solomos, a Canadian-Macedonian from Toronto, had an opportunity to familiarize with the activities in the Center for Education and Development of Human Resources, as well as with the Center for Projects, two of which were the focus of the practical training program at the Economic Chamber of North Macedonia.

The experience of being an intern at the Chamber is truly unique, different from the company, but still dynamic. With the support of my mentor Mihajlo, I got to know the chamber operation in Macedonia, the project activities, but also the activities carried out by the Chamber, through which it is possible to support the Macedonian companies by strengthening the advantage and the possibility of growth, development and export to third markets. It was a great pleasure for me to have the opportunity to examine the work of the Chamber, the organization that has a significant influence in the business environment, said Daniel Solomos.

The Economic Chamber of North Macedonia supports initiatives that create connections between the motherland and the Macedonian diaspora, building a network of successful Macedonians who, with their knowledge and experience, can contribute to the development of the country.

The "Birthright Macedonia" Program began to be implemented in 2015, 11 students from the USA, Canada, Australia and Bosnia and Herzegovina participated in this year's program, and some of them are representatives of the third generation born outside of Macedonia, and the first to return after emigration.

Mihajlo Donev MSc
Project manager at the organizational unit for development, innovation, and knowledge