Results are Tagged with "Virtual Exchanges"
This month, the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) will launch a new initiative, A Global Moment in Time. The three hybrid projects will begin virtually this fall with plans for an in-person component in the United States in fall 2022.
IVLP Gold Stars Virtually Return to the U.S. in Honor of the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act
They detailed their stories and their work in disability rights, legislation, and activism during three impactful webinars.
Nearly 100 participants included reps from universities, museums, and coin associations.
Middle school children may seem like unlikely ambassadors, and even less likely global health advocates. However, an international, collaborative interagency initiative, called the Zika Education and Prevention Project, is empowering school children around the world to combat disease outbreaks.
On September 16, 2019, ECA launched its first year-long, multi-office pilot program entitled Communities and Youth for Promoting Hip Hop, Empowerment, and Resiliency (CYPHER), led by ECA’s innovation team, the Collaboratory.
Stevens Initiative Announces New Grants to Support Virtual Exchange Programs Domestically and Abroad
Today, the Stevens Initiative, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, announced six new grants to schools and organizations to implement virtual exchange programs for students at educational institutions ranging from middle school through the university level.
The Stevens Initiative, conceived and developed in close partnership with Ambassador Stevens’ family, was inspired by the meaningful international exchange experiences that Ambassador Stevens had as a young man, which helped to shape the kind of diplomat he became.
Building upon the popular 21st Century Fox film Hidden Figures, ECA created a series of Bureau-wide “Hidden No More” programs to highlight the contributions women make in STEM fields.
Through the Virtual Communities Connect initiative, the ECA Collaboratory funded a series of pilot projects that allowed U.S. Embassies around the world to develop meaningful virtual programming with American communities and institutions that help advance American foreign policy goals.
American University Students Conduct First Student Led Virtual Exchange, and Connect with Students Around the World
Twenty undergraduate students at American University’s School of International Service designed and piloted their own virtual exchanges with students from Brazil, the Czech Republic, India, Japan, Kenya and Morocco.