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6,000 Bulgarian students are getting ready for the Summer Work and Travel Program in USA

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The Summer Work and Travel Program in the USA has not been cancelled, but was only delayed with 13 days, Svetlan Danev from the Association of International Cultural Exchange Agencies said. 6,000 Bulgarian students are getting ready to travel to the USA. The Summer Work and Travel Program is founded and maintained by the United States Department of State, Svetlan Danev reminded. In his words, according to all studies, the peak of COVID-19 epidemic will be at the end of April and the beginning of May. We are expecting a very strong and successful season. The employers are looking forward to welcoming the students. We are in a constant contact with them and they say that there isn’t any problem with the season for now, Svetlan Danev added.  


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