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.
Global UGRAD alumna Asli Samadova curated the the Azerbaijan Carpet Museum's first two-day family festival that hosted over one thousand people who participated in activities ranging from Children’s Museum features to presentations of recent textile and art projects.
Alumni TIES are regionally-focused seminars which provide alumni of U.S. government-sponsored exchange programs with opportunities to learn about key regional issues, receive training, and collaborate with fellow alumni to implement community projects in their home communities upon their return.
J-1 Alumni Network in Czech Republic provides mentoring and social interactions for J-1 alumni and offers many possibilities and opportunities for alumni to connect with local businesses.
The Professional Fellows Program selected four recipients for its 2016 Alumni Impact Award in recognition of the impact they are making on their communities after participating in the program.
Young Tunisian Coders Academy (YTCA) capped months of hard work teaching computer coding to students 10-15 years old across Tunisia with a national competition in Scratch computer programming.
The U.S. Embassy in Azerbaijan sponsored the 8th Annual European Network of American Alumni (ENAM) conference “Energy, Renewables & Sustainability” in Baku in honor of Earth Day.