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A News Story from Amy Holter, Program Associate, Higher Education Programs In late August 2012, the International Sports Programming Initiative (ISPIT) conducted a two-day streetball festival for girls ages 12-16 who live in three districts outside of Dushanbe, Tajikistan. The streetball festival was a chance for the girls to demonstrate their skills through healthy competition, and to gather public support for an expansion of their streetball league.
More than 300 attendees and distinguished guests gathered for “An Evening with General Wesley K. Clark” on Thursday, October 18 at the Emerald Hotel in Prishtina, Kosovo. The guest list comprised an exclusive and high profile group including Her Excellency Atifete Jahjaga, President of Kosovo, Deputy Prime Minister Mimoza Kusari-Lila, Minister of Interior Bajram Rexhepi, U.S. Ambassador to Kosovo Tracey Ann Jacobson, USAID Mission Director Maureen Shauket, and University of Prishtina Rector Mr. Ibrahim Gashi.
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A News Story from Daniela Munca-Aftanev, Executive Director, American Councils Moldova American Councils Moldova celebrated 20th anniversary in Chisinau, Moldova, and 19 years since the first Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) Program finalist traveled to the U.S., with an open house event. Around 100 visitors attended the event throughout the day, including potential students, schoolteachers, university professors, researchers, legislative professionals, and NGO members who were interested in studying at the American Language Center subdivision. The open house visitors had the opportunity to attend professional development sessions, to speak with staff, and to learn more about the international education programs administered by American Councils.
American Councils for International Education is pleased to announce that the online application for the Arabic Overseas Program in Alexandria, Egypt (AOP) is live. This program is designed for undergraduate and graduate students in the U.S. and Canada, at the intermediate level of Arabic. To apply, please visit us at: programs.americancouncils.org/aop2013