Results are Tagged with "South and Central Asia"

LGBTI International Students Reflect on EducationUSA Interactive

panelists sitting at table

The video feature students from England, Jamaica, Pakistan, and Thailand who reflect on their EducationUSA panel experience.

FLEX Student of the Month – November 2015

Kazakh high schooler Symbat clocked over 100 hours of community service during her exchange, maintains a high GPA on the honor roll, joined the school band, and plays on the basketball team.

FLEX Student of the Month – May 2015

Diana from Turkmenistan volunteered extensively in her host community, gave 15 presentations on Turkmen culture and history, excelled academically earning straight A's, acted in the school musical, and joined many clubs including the Math Club, Future Farmers of America, and Family, Career and Community Leaders of America.

FLEX Student of the Month – March 2015

Bermet from Kyrgyzstan is a power-house volunteer (with over 200 hours of community service) and an active ambassador for Kyrgyz culture.

FLEX Student of the Month – February 2015

Anastasiya's positive attitude, passion for volunteering, 4.0 GPA, and involvement in many clubs earns her the Future Leader Exchange program student of the month honor.

FLEX Student of the Month – January 2015

In addition to being a stellar student and volunteer, Dana from Kazakhstan has shown her commitment to sharing her culture by giving 20 presentations since her arrival.

FLEX Student of the Month – October 2014

In addition to joining six clubs since the start of the school year, Kamila has volunteered over 50 hours in her host community, calling helping people the "main goal" in her life.

FLEX Student of the Month – May 2014

Zhyldyz Omursakova, a World Learning FLEX student from Kyrgyzstan, volunteered over 120 hours of community service this year and regularly volunteered at the Liberty Senior Care Facility, spending time with the elderly residents and organizing fun events such as a Mardi Gras party.

Poor Rich Boy Serenades American Audiences

The "discreetly subversive" indie rock band from Lahore, Pakistan enjoys a beautiful day in Washington, D.C. before they kicked off their U.S. Center Stage tour with a June 3 performance at the Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage.

FLEX Student of the Month – March 2014

Gulnar Resulkulyyeva, a World Link FLEX student from Turkmenistan, is a proven leader and dynamic FLEX ambassador. In addition to her over 200 hours of community service thus far, Gulnar is a member of the Key Club, Green Club, and Spanish Club and recently earned a spot on the varsity track team.