We have moved to a new location in Vladimir!
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.
Click here for the album on Lena and Olya's "great adventure" trip to the States
Click here to see our Facebook album on our gala 20th anniversary celebration.
Click here for a "table of contents" for all of our Facebook albums.
For our blogs, click here.
here to visit our YouTube channel and check out our introductory videos
Click here to download a brief summary of AH activities.
If you wish
additional information beyond what is provided by this website,
teaches English to 400+ Russians per term!
L-R: Olya Solovkina, Teacher Supervisor; Andrew Morse, Wesleyan University; William Persing, Bucknell University; Alexandra (Alex) Neiemi, University of Michigan; George (Max) Callaway IV, Cornell College; Adam Treml, University of Pittsburgh; Tyson Trotz, Sewanee, the University of the South; Lena Belova, Teacher Supervisor; Jaclynn Mehl, Goucher College; Michael Cole, University of Montana; Lorraine Roge-Jones, Cornell College
Intensive Russian at the American Home!
throughout Russia on one of our unique tours!