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Rosatom’s Schoolchild: Collect a Bag of “Excellent” Scores
42 people became participants in the sectoral program Rosatom’s Schoolchild: Collect a Bag of “Excellent” Scores, which is held for the first time at the site of Atomredmetzoloto, JSC.
The aims of the program are enhancing the children’s motivation to achieve high academic results, raising the nuclear industry’s popularity among young people, inculcating respect for their parents’ profession.
Applications for participation are accepted from children of all staff members from the first to the eleventh years of education. Under the terms of the program, schoolchildren will receive gifts from the company for “good” and “excellent” scores in a semester or a trimester.
The program has been launched during the “Feast of Knowledge” in the Moscow Planetarium, where both parents and children could participate in a chemical show, made an interactive tour of the Lunarium, watched movies about space in the big starry hall. During this event, the children could learn more about the nuclear industry; for example, the fact that extraction of uranium is the basis for the entire nuclear industry, and the nuclear energy itself supplies factories, plants, and every third house in Russia. Young people could consolidate their knowledge by answering questions about their parents’ work.
For total immersion in the program, each participant received branded products with a logo of Rosatom’s Schoolchild: Collect a Bag of “Excellent” Scores – a bag for change shoes and t-shirts.
Stanislav Anikeev, HR Director, Atomredmetzoloto, JSC: “This sectoral program not only increases the prestige of nuclear sector professions; it stimulates children, already at school age, to focus on achieving high results. This will help them to achieve success in the future. Rosatom needs intelligent and talented people, and if knowledge is passed down from generation to generation, thus forming nuclear-sector dynasties, the potential of the State Corporation will only increase”.
The next meeting with schoolchildren who participate in the program is scheduled for the end of the academic year.