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Human Rights Clubs in Rwanda (Youth Leadership Program)

Still image of an alumna from the video.

Alumni of U.S. Department of State's Youth Leadership Program, started Peace Clubs for local high school students in Rwanda.

Increasing Mutual Understanding Between Morocco and America

Samira Idelcadi, a Moroccan alumna of the 2006 Professional Fellows Program, is the January International Exchange Alumni Member of the Month.

Reading Connects Communities in the U.S. and Macedonia

As a Fulbrighter Jennifer lived in Macedonia from September 2011 to July 2012-- helping to teach English and American culture in a number of classes at South East European University in Tetovo, as well as developing two of her own courses. In her spare time, Jennifer started an English club, in partnership with Read Across America, at the American Corner in Tetovo for young Macedonians.

A Progressive Teacher for Uzbekistan

Feruza Masharipova shares the knowledge, skills, and experience she has gained from her exchange programs with teachers and students in Uzbekistan.

Continuing the Exchange After the Exchange Program Ends

Continuing the Exchange After the Exchange Program Ends

Supporting English Teachers through Training in El Salvador

Supporting English Teachers through Training in El Salvador.

U.S. and Egyptian Educators Benefit from Collaboration

Ez Eldin Salem participated in the State Department’s Teachers of Critical Languages Program, which brings teachers from China and Egypt to teach Mandarin and Arabic in U.S. elementary and secondary schools for one academic year.

Exchange Programs Bring Culture and Diversity to Life For Grantees’ Families

Exchange Programs Bring Culture and Diversity to Life For Grantees’ Families

A Step Towards World Peace

A Step Towards World Peace: Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program

"I got to know more about [the people I met here], their culture, their history, the things they believed, and because of this, I understand [now] why they behave the way they do. I think it is a very important step towards world peace." - Francisca, from India on the Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program.

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