or
Organizations
Union of Journalists of Armenia
Union of Journalists of Armenia was founded in 1959. In 1978, the Journalists' House opened in Yerevan. Union of Journalists of the International Federation, a member of the International Confederation of Journalist Unions. The creative public organization, which unites 1,520 journalists and media NGOs. JUA's main goal is to contribute to the development of pluralism, media law reform, the media and the strengthening of the constitutional right to freedom of speech.

UJA cooperates with YSU Faculty of Journalism.

President: Astghik Gevorgyan

Address: Yerevan, Pushkin St., 3/1
Tel.: (+374 10) 56-12-76, +374-10-561447
Website: www.uaj.am
Announcements
YSU GRADUATE AND CAREER CENTER CONTINUES TO STRENGTHEN THE STUDENT-EMPLOYER CONNECTION
YSU GRADUATE AND CAREER CENTER CONTINUES TO STRENGTHEN THE STUDENT-EMPLOYER CONNECTION
The YSU Alumni and Career Center organized courses and two-day educational visits firstly for the YSU Ijevan branch and then for other YSU students. The purpose of the visit was to acquaint the students with the opportunities available in the labor market and to transfer new knowledge and skills through the courses.
NEW JOB OPPORTUNITIES BY THE JOINT SOCIAL SERVICE: INFORMATION MEETING AT YSU
NEW JOB OPPORTUNITIES BY THE JOINT SOCIAL SERVICE: INFORMATION MEETING AT YSU
On the initiative of YSU Alumni and Career Center, the joint social service of the RA Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, an information meeting was held on March 4 to introduce the students to the labor market and to present the existing vacancies.
THE CLOSING CEREMONY OF THE "PROMOTING YOUTH INCLUSION THROUGH EMPLOYMENT AND PARTICIPATION" PROGRAM TOOK PLACE
THE CLOSING CEREMONY OF THE "PROMOTING YOUTH INCLUSION THROUGH EMPLOYMENT AND PARTICIPATION" PROGRAM TOOK PLACE
The goal of the project implemented within the framework of cooperation between YSU Alumni and Career Center and "Mandate of the Future" youth NGO is to neutralize the social isolation of vulnerable young people (displaced persons, refugees, socially vulnerable, etc.) by promoting their employment, economic and civic participation.