The American Corner Debrecen is pleased to announce a call for applications for GROW - Girls Rock Our World Summer Camp for Hungarian high school girls.
Sharpen your communication and leadership skills and build your confidence in the GROW Camp where you can learn from American diplomats, university staff and Hungarian professionals and alumni. Ap.plication deadline: May 31, 2017
The U.S. Embassy Budapest is soliciting applications for the 2016 Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellows Summer Institute. The Institute will take place from June 25 to July 23, 2016 at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. All costs, including domestic and international travel, will be covered by the U.S. Embassy Budapest.
The U.S. Department of State is pleased to announce that the EducationUSA Academy will be held at ten U.S. colleges and universities in summer 2016, and will be open to participation by self-funded high school students from all world regions.
A capsule collection of contemporary American artists’ works officially debuted at the U.S. Ambassador’s residence in October, 2015. Perhaps you noticed one of the articles about the Art in Embassies program and the exhibition in various Hungarian media outlets. Additionally, the Ambassador produced a series of videos to introduce additional facts and anecdotes about several works in the collection
Babson College, located in Wellesley, Massachusetts, has announced their Global Scholarship, which provides full undergraduate tuition to international students. To be considered, students are required to submit the CSS profile in addition to their regular admission application. No additional documents or essays are required.
The American Corners (AC) program is a United States Department of State-sponsored initiative inaugurated worldwide more than 10 years ago. The fundamental function of American Corners is to make information about the United States available to foreign publics at large. They provide access to current and reliable information about the U.S. via book, video, Internet. They serve as regional resource centers for information and programs highlighting American culture, history, current events, and government.