National Youth Science Camp alumnus Gino Tubaro presents an 11 year-old boy with a prosthetic hand he created using a 3D printer.
Gino Tubaro, an electronic engineering student and National Youth Science Camp alumnus from Buenos Aires, Argentina and his team at Darwin Research use 3D printers to create low-cost prosthetics, which would otherwise be very expensive and difficult to import.
Assistant Secretary Ryan poses with the women in the program
Mujeres Adelante is a unique public-private partnership that connects emerging women leaders who are actively working in civil society and in their communities to prevent and respond to gender-based violence in their respective countries.
Dancers standing and facing each other
Turkish, American, and Armenian dancers performed a collaborative dance piece at the Brooklyn Academy of Music as part of an ongoing cultural exchange sponsored by the Department of State’s DanceMotion USA program.
Nine collegiate and professional international visitors from Saudi Arabia participated in a multi-city tour of the United States
Mandela Washington Fellows brainstorming at the feedback wall.
During the 2014 President’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Summit in Washington D.C., the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs’ Collaboratory and Alumni Affairs Division engaged with the first class of Mandela Washington Fellows.
OneBeat fellow Alesh performs in September 2012 during the OneBeat residency at Atlantic Center for the Arts before continuing the East Coast music and outreach tour.
OneBeat and Mandela Washington Fellowship alumnus Alain Chirwisa of the DRC makes socially conscious music and art, focusing on social justice and women's issues.