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Employees of Robert Bosch Group Join UNESCO Project Teaching Leadership Skills and Nanotechnology Sciences

Rochester, New York, USA - August 15, 2006

Employees of Robert Bosch Group Join UNESCO Project Teaching Leadership Skills and Nanotechnology Sciences
Cristian Parghie and Wilhelm Frey
discuss the latest developments
in nanotechnology.
       
Employees of Robert Bosch Group Join UNESCO Project Teaching Leadership Skills and Nanotechnology Sciences
Sibylle Colberg and Claudia Burgert
teach Leadership Skills for UNESCO
 
 
Employees of Robert Bosch Group Join UNESCO Project Teaching Leadership Skills and Nanotechnology Sciences
Sibylle Colberg, Mihnea Muraru-Mandrea
and Curly Frey at 2006 UNESCO
Learning Academy
 
Employees of Robert Bosch Group Join UNESCO Project Teaching Leadership Skills and Nanotechnology Sciences
Leadership Training with Sibylle Colberg
and Claudia Burgert was a high-point
for youth at 2006 UNESCO Program
 
   
The World Genesis Foundation announced today a message recognizing the outstanding contributions of three employees of the Robert Bosch Group from Germany who volunteered personal time to join and instruct youth at a UNESCO program in Eastern Europe.

"We were blessed to have Sibylle Colberg and Claudia Burgert of the Robert Bosch Group join us to provide many days of instruction in leadership skills and career planning. Their work had a dramatic impact on the youth and delivered many skills the youth will remember and that will help them in their lives for many years to come. In addition, we were also so pleased to have Wilhelm and Curly Frey visit us at the Academy for a second time. Wilhelm, a research scientist for the Robert Bosch Group partnered with Cristian Parghie and also Dr. Florin Munteanu, head of the Center for Complexity Studies, and provided a week program of instruction in the leading-edge sciences of nanotechnology. In addition, Curly joined the sports team to provide instruction in aqua aerobics, western line dancing and more that kept the youth moving all week long. The impact these four international guest made in such a short time will be remembered by many youth for the rest of their lives," said David Lewis Anderson, President and CEO of the World Genesis Foundation.

The World Genesis Foundation highlighted the importance of the cultural exchanges and learning that also came with the participation of these international guests. They also hope to continue to provide more opportunities for the youth to learn more about cultural awareness and understanding in the future to prepare the youth as foreign investment in Romania continues to rise and Romania become part of the European Union.


Links:

Atlantykron Summer Academy of Learning - www.Atlantykron.org
The Center for Complexity Studies - www.Complexity.ro
Robert Bosch Group - www.Bosch.com
The World Genesis Foundation - Official Site - www.WorldGenesis.org

Contact:

Public Relations, press@WorldGenesis.org, World Genesis Foundation, 14050 W Van Buren St # 404, Goodyear, AZ 85338, UNITED STATES of AMERICA

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Additional Links:

Photo Archive of 2006 UNESCO Leadership Skills and Culture Programs
Photo Archive of 2006 UNESCO Nanotechnology and Science Programs
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