UrFU recruiting teams reach out to area students
From Dec. 1 to Dec. 8, the Youth Troopers will be meeting with students in grades nine through 11 to discuss what it is like to study at UrFU. Parents are also encouraged to attend meetings held with grade school students and UrFU's Youth Troopers.
"For me, Youth Troopers is communication with new [potential students], vacation from school [and] the development of themselves as creative personality," UrFU Youth Trooper Denis Talaychkin said.
During this year's recruitment efforts, the Youth Troopers will be visiting the Achitsky, Shali, Talitskii, Novolyalinsky, Turin and Nizhneturinsky areas of the Sverdlovsk region.
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