At work in Russia's Golden Ring since 1992!
Serendipity-Russia was established in 1991 by Dr. Ron Pope as part of an effort to contribute to Russia's transition from communism to a stable and prosperous pluralist society. Building a model American house was the first major step. The American Home, as it has come to be known, was dedicated on July 4, 1992. It serves as Serendipity-Russia's in-country headquarters for its highly regarded English and Intensive Russian programs--and for a variety of other projects. From the beginning, the American Home staff has focused on trying to make a positive difference in the Vladimir area.
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Click here to read a brief summary of AH activities.
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additional information beyond what is provided by this website,
teaches English to 400+ Russians per term!
L-R: Olya Solovkina, Teacher Supervisor; Adam Treml, University of Pittsburgh; Will Murawski, Lehigh University; Kelsey Maher, University of North Carolina; Chris Shuping, University of South Carolina; Lindsay Smith, Notre Dame; Graham Welling, The Ohio State University; Ali Thieman, Kenyon College; Christine Herrmann, Wheaton College; Lena Belova, Teacher Supervisor
Intensive Russian at the American Home!
throughout Russia on one of our unique tours!