38 Results Are Tagged With "Education and Teaching"
World Learning's Global UGRAD team is "looking forward to the holiday break, not only for the time it allows for each of us to reflect on the good in the world, but also because there are about 220 Global UGRAD arrivals on the other side of the break in January," according to the latest newsletter.
Sonia Moreira used her experiences as a Study of the U.S. Institutes (SUSI) for Student Leaders alumna to improve the lives of the indigenous population in Paraguay and actively works to promote this exchange opportunity for others in her country.
Tatyana Chabrova's IVLP experience helped hone her skills working with children with disabilities and caregivers once she returned home to Uzbekistan, where she conducts trainings and publishes books for parents of children with special needs.
Over the past year, 30 young adults received intensive training on IT-related job skills through the 2014 Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund (AEIF) project, “Teaching IT Skills to Get Jobs.”
Students with excellent academic records from underprivileged communities received training in English language, computer skills, leadership, team work, ethics and public speaking.
Paraguayan Fulbright Association and the Alumni Youth Council organized two job preparedness training and networking events for 80 youth alumni.
The new and improved EducationUSA website for international students interested in U.S. study, U.S. higher education representatives, and foreign institutions and governments!
What are international exchange programs? We asked our social media communities to tell us what our exchange programs mean to them. Tag your thoughts with #ExchangesAre
The National Security Council hosted a summit in December with 100 of the most influential travel bloggers and digital media outlets at The White House to highlight current U.S. Government initiatives and new strategies for encouraging American students to study, volunteer, and work abroad.
Inspired by her participation in the Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellowship this past summer, Unnur Larusdottir demonstrated her leadership capabilities by organizing a conference on education in her home country, Iceland. Over 200 guests attended the conference, including students, leaders from local universities, journalists, and high ranking members of Parliament.