The young Yezid became one of the 100 erudite students in the world chosen by Google

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Read: 555     12:30     29 Декабрь 2021    

Yazidi student Delir Salim became one of the top 100 students in the world under the Google Rise program.
Google, with the support of the Google Rise program, annually organizes a competition in which more than 50,000 people from all over the world take part, the winners of the competition, namely 100 outstanding young talents aged 15 to 17 years receive about $ 500,000 under the Rise program, an education scholarship, lifelong financial support in further projects, as well as mentoring and career opportunities.
This year, one of the winners was 17-year-old Yezid Delir Salim. The young man is originally from Dahuk, now lives in the city of Achim, Germany. At the age of 17, the talented eleventh grader speaks German, English and Spanish fluently.
The Yezidi House of Oldenburg (Germany) warmly congratulated Delir on behalf of the entire Yezidi community, and also noted the outstanding achievements of the student, handing Delir symbolic gifts and wished him further success in serving humanity and his fellow Yezidis.
Outstanding and talented student Delir Salim, in turn, thanked the Yazidi House in the German city of Oldenburg for the attention that will push the student to greater determination to achieve the ultimate goal and get higher degrees at the university. Thanks to the funding from Rise, the student plans to found a non-profit organization that will work in the field of the rights of the Yezidi community.
One of the goals of the Google team is to support people who want to study computer technology. Unfortunately, vulnerable groups of the population – women, representatives of national minorities and children from difficult families - face more obstacles on the way to their dreams. For this reason, they are less likely to work in the IT industry. To help them, we have established Google RISE Awards grants for organizations that support and promote IT education among people with limited access to computer technology.





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The young Yezid became one of the 100 erudite students in the world chosen by Google

2021/12/87451-1640761333.jpg
Read: 556     12:30     29 Декабрь 2021    

Yazidi student Delir Salim became one of the top 100 students in the world under the Google Rise program.
Google, with the support of the Google Rise program, annually organizes a competition in which more than 50,000 people from all over the world take part, the winners of the competition, namely 100 outstanding young talents aged 15 to 17 years receive about $ 500,000 under the Rise program, an education scholarship, lifelong financial support in further projects, as well as mentoring and career opportunities.
This year, one of the winners was 17-year-old Yezid Delir Salim. The young man is originally from Dahuk, now lives in the city of Achim, Germany. At the age of 17, the talented eleventh grader speaks German, English and Spanish fluently.
The Yezidi House of Oldenburg (Germany) warmly congratulated Delir on behalf of the entire Yezidi community, and also noted the outstanding achievements of the student, handing Delir symbolic gifts and wished him further success in serving humanity and his fellow Yezidis.
Outstanding and talented student Delir Salim, in turn, thanked the Yazidi House in the German city of Oldenburg for the attention that will push the student to greater determination to achieve the ultimate goal and get higher degrees at the university. Thanks to the funding from Rise, the student plans to found a non-profit organization that will work in the field of the rights of the Yezidi community.
One of the goals of the Google team is to support people who want to study computer technology. Unfortunately, vulnerable groups of the population – women, representatives of national minorities and children from difficult families - face more obstacles on the way to their dreams. For this reason, they are less likely to work in the IT industry. To help them, we have established Google RISE Awards grants for organizations that support and promote IT education among people with limited access to computer technology.





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis   #google   #googlerise   #aboutyazidis