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"The idea of being a leader was not in my mind [before], but now I have courage to play a role in my school. [TEA] gives us hope that we can be leaders." -Mifdal Bouchaib, from Morocco on the Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program
In the midst of the NCAA's March Madness, the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs announced an international sports exchange that brought 18 teenage girl athletes and 6 female coaches from all corners of the globe to Washington, D.C., and Denver, Colorado as part of the Empowering Women and Girls Through Sports Initiative.
Diane von Fürstenberg speaks at the The African Women's Entrepreneurship Program event in Washington, D.C.
Why should you go to the United States to enhance your skills as a teacher? The International Leaders in Education Program brings outstanding secondary school teachers from the Near East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa and the Western Hemisphere to the United States.
In partnership with USA Track and Field and the Oregon Track Club, the U.S Department of State organized a dynamic track and field program to empower women and girls.
A group of 225 fellows from 31 countries arrived in Washington, D.C. to participate in the the Professional Fellows Congress which took place May 3-4, 2011 at the Renaissance Hotel in Arlington, Virginia.
Partnering with the NCAA, USA Basketball, and WNBA, the U.S. Department of State led a fast-paced and exciting basketball program surrounding the events of the Women’s NCAA Final Four.
The U.S. State Department welcomed a group from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) for the first Sports Visitor program of the new year.
Russian youth ice hockey players and coaches traveled to the U.S. for a two-week sports exchange program.