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Youth Cooperation Center of Dilijan NGO is launching an exciting new program focused on video journalism.

We are seeking energetic and creative individuals who are passionate about video journalism, filming, and editing. Join us and actively participate in producing new media content.

The goals of the project are to:

  • Organize the process of creating web-TV programs
  • Provide professional training and technical support
  • Ensure the improvement of the qualifications of local staff.

And so, if you:

  • Are 16-30 years old,
  • Live in Dilijan consolidated community or adjacent areas,
  • Are interested in creating media products,
  • Want to gain new knowledge and skills in working with a smartphone or camera,
  • Are hardworking and purposeful,

we invite you to join our newly formed team and media unit.

Competitively selected participants will have the opportunity to:

  • Participate in 4-week training courses conducted by experienced specialists from Germany
  • Master the nuances of video journalism
  • Learn to work with video recording and editing equipment
  • Participate in the preparation and release of programs.


Additional Information about the Program:

Before the end of 2024, we plan to recruit motivated and hard-working young individuals who, after completing the training stages, will participate in filming a series of programs. These programs will cover various topics related to Dilijan, including:

  • Cultural and architectural heritage,
  • People and their success stories,
  • Art and crafts,
  • Nature.

We will also address existing problems in these areas and attempt to find solutions. Approximately 14 programs will be filmed in a specially designed booth studio, furnished in a modern style and equipped with technical equipment provided by us.

Interested people can fill the application by going to this


The project is implemented in cooperation with “Youth Cooperation Center of Dilijan” NGO and “ e.V.” located in Bremen, with funding from the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany.