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As a part of the Empowering Women Through Sports Initiative, the U.S. State Department hosted fourteen female coaches for a volleyball exchange program in Washington, D.C. and San Antonio, Texas.
Egyptian soccer coaches visited the United States for a Sports Visitors Program.
Professionals from Mobility International USA, through a Sports Grant traveled to China to help young people with disabilities there become more involved in sports and to increase their self-confidence and involvement in the larger community.
Working with the Embassy in Riyadh and the consulate in Jeddah, the U.S. State Department brought over six female teenage basketball players and two coaches for a two-week program.
From March 8 to 19, 2012, South African coaches met with U.S. sports professionals, held clinics with young American athletes at local schools, participated in an NBA clinic, and engaged in activities focused on team-building and injury prevention in the Washington, D.C., area.
Photo gallery featuring English Access Microscholarship Program photos.
U.S. Department of State conducted a Sports Visitor exchange with India.
High school students and educators from Indonesia and the U.S. in 3-week exchange programs
American students learn languages such as Chinese and Arabic from native speakers.
The J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board held its 253rd quarterly meeting in Washington, D.C. on December 6 and 7, 2011. The Board’s business meeting on Tuesday, December 6 included the election of officers. Tom Healy was elected Chairman and Susan Ness was elected Vice Chair.