Svetlana Davtyan, 16 years old.
Violeta Mkrtchyan, 17 years old.
-What do you want to be when you grow up? I want to become a programmer.
– What do you want to study in college? I study at university.
-What did you enjoy most about you Technovation Challenge experience?It was very special and meaningful to meet and communicate with the others from all over the world.
– What is your biggest learning? That we were deserving and capable to speak with very successful people. For example, we got to speak with the headmaster of Google face to face. We also spoke with the headmaster of Teen Vogue and with other very impressive leaders. It really special to get time with them.
–– What does being an Armenian female mean to you? It means to carry an Armenian surname with honour, to be honest and modest.
–– What are you most proud of? I am proud of my parents most of all.
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