The Professional Fellows Program is pleased to announce the four spring 2018 Alumni Impact Award recipients selected in recognition of the impact they are making on their communities after participating in the Professional Fellows Program.
During citizenAR, a State Department-funded hackathon teams from universities around the United States imagined new ways of engaging city-dwellers in making their environment more sustainable.
A common theme throughout Ama Diaka’s work as a spoken word poet is the challenge of being a female professional artist.
Hailing from one of the most musically diverse regions of the world, LADAMA is a group of four female musicians who are using instruments from across the Western hemisphere to create a unique Latin Alternative sound.
Forty American alumni of more than ten U.S. government-sponsored exchange programs came together in Washington, D.C. this month to expand on their experiences disrupting illicit trafficking networks.
From June 18-23, the Summer Work and Travel Regional Entrepreneurship Academy brought together 30 alumni of the Summer Work Travel J-1 Visa Program (SWT) from Bulgaria, Macedonia and Serbia to learn about how to design and launch businesses.
As an active member of the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community in St. Cloud, Minnesota, alumnus Amy Tran has committed herself to designing the tools essential to providing a substantive education on sexual health and violence to the demographic most afflicted by a lack thereof – young Asian American women.