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  1. Fulbright in a Connected World

    State Department's Senior Advisor for Innovation, Suzanne Philion; Tom Rielly, Fellows Director, TED; Josephine Dorado, New School / funksoup.com; Ross Hoffman, Twitter; and Joran Bitterman, Senior VP, Digitas

    Fulbright in a Connected World is a panel discussion on the Fulbright Program's future in social media.

  2. Travel & Living Arrangements

    Before you go, make sure you research the local conditions, laws, and political landscape of your host country.
  3. Hosting & Volunteer Opportunities

    Hosting a State Department-sponsored student means sharing your home, your country and your culture with a student from another country. Learn about this great opportunity!
  4. NSLI-Y, Language Learning with U.S. State Department

    Lena learned Turkish and learned about a very different culture as a participant in the NSLI-Y program

    The NSLI-Y Program is a program that helps American students study abroad to learn foreign languages that are deemed critical by the U.S. government.

  5. Study Abroad, Make a Difference

    Study Abroad, Make a Difference

    National Security Language Initiative for Youth alumni talk about their exchange experiences.

  6. Dance! Diplomacy in Motion

    Rennie Harris and dance troupe PureMovement

    Check out the four dance companies scheduled to tour around the globe in 2012 as part of the U.S. Department of State's DanceMotion USA program.

  7. American Music Abroad - Video

    Oscar Williams, Jr., and the Band of Life

    The Department of State's American Music Abroad program sends artists around the world to foster new dialogues musically.