Renovating Schools in Armenia
Renovated approximately 200 village schools in Armenia, Artsakh and Javakhk
In 1986 the Armenian Educational Foundation Chair of Modern Armenian History was established at the University of California, Los Angeles, (UCLA) with a half a million dollars collected from the AEF board members, general membership, and friends.
Granting 190 shcolarthips in Armenia and Artskah and numerous scholarships in Diaspora
Renovation after Disasters
The devastating earthquake that struck Armenia in December 1988 created opportunity for AEF into action to renovate schools in Armenia. Since that date the AEF has renovated over 180 schools in Armenia, Artsakh and Javakhk
University Computer Programs Degree
Financed Computer Information Systems Degree programs in Artskah State University
Since 1994 over 1700 scholarships has been given to the students in universities in Armenia.
Leading Educational Movement
Since 1950 AEF has been a cornerstone of the Armenian educational movement around the world
Since 1963 over 450 scholarships has been given to the students in Diaspora
Helping Schools Around the World
AEF has been credited with building and supporting numerous Armenian day schools around the world. The first schools built by the organization were the Levon and Sophia Hagopian Armenian School in Athens, Greece and the Levon and Sophia Hagopian College in BourjHammoud, Lebanon.
To date over 100 computers have been distributed to village schools renovated by AEF in Armenia, Artsakh, and Javakhk
Building Schools in America
AEF has participated in the building of the first two Armenian day school in the United States: Holy Martyr’s Ferrahian Elementary and High School and Mesrobian School
AEF provided computer hardware, software, and professional training to teachers in the villages
In addition to helping the schools above AEF has made donations to day schools and preschools in the US, Canada and Lebanon
Since 2007 the School Supply Committee of AEF has sent school supplies to village schools in Armenia, Artsakh and Javakhk to a total of 15,000 students.
AEF was one of the nine Armenian Organizations receiving funds ($333,333) from Life Insurance Settlement for Survivors of Genocide. AEF allocated 100% of the funds for renovations of schools and furnish new desks to schools renovated by AEF.