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Every year, thousands of international students, educators, and professionals experience African-American history and culture through State Department exchange programs. Learn more!
Growing up in Guatemala, Waleska Aldana Segura was often the only girl in her physics classes. Now she teaches physics teachers, and mentors young students interested in careers in STEM.
Woman wearing construction goggles stands beside young boy also wearing goggles, both looking at an object
Irina Sthapit is an Electronics and Communication Engineer and an educator from Nepal, who teaches children how to build antennas.
Charles Coleman
A Fulbright English Teaching Assistant award gives University of Alabama at Birmingham graduate Charles Coleman a chance to create lasting connections and increase mutual understanding. http://eca.state.gov/fulbright
Tony Memmel
After his #AmericanMusicAbroad tour, guitarist Tony Memmel, shares how music helped him connect with youth with physical differences around the world.
Learn how 48 women in STEM from 48 different countries came together through a State Department exchange program to advocate for gender equality and build a global network supporting women and girls in STEM.