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TechWomen pairs the next generation of women leaders in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) with their professional counterparts in the United States.
The TechWomen program brings women from the Middle East, North Africa, and sub-Saharan Africa for a professional mentorship in Silicon Valley. The application for the 2015 TechWomen program opens on December 16, 2014.
The Education and Activism for Young Women project brought 19 men and women from around the world to explore the benefits and challenges of developing women’s leadership skills in American civil society.
The Global Sports Mentoring Program (GSMP) continues to pair emerging women leaders from around the world with women sports executives as the flagship component of State Department’s Empowering Women and Girls through Sports initiative.
Meet the 2014 Global Sports Mentoring Program participants!
Through an exploration of women, peace and security, international participants took away strategies for directing positive political, social and economic change in a democratic society.
Joy Buolamwini developed Code 4 Rights with the mission to ensure that every country in the world has accessible information about local services that support women’s rights and that women are given the opportunity to create beneficial technology.
TechGirl participants were treated to a cutting-edge dose of digital development during their three-week visit in the United States.
Panamanian Fulbright alumni led an AEIF project that gave 300 Panama City girls an encouraging environment and innovative tools to gain critical thinking skills, learned the benefits of teamwork, and developed healthy self-esteem
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.