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Ceremonia de Lanzamiento Iniciativa MAIES Colombia

Teniendo en cuenta el compromiso de las IES colombianas con los procesos de internacionalización de la educación superior, reflejados en programas como la RCI de ASCUN, el proceso de transformación social y económico por el cual atraviesa Colombia en la actualidad, y el papel fundamental que debe jugar la juventud en dicho proceso transformador y de transición; Partners of the Americas ha liderado la Misión de Apoyo a la Internacionalización de la Educación Superior, MAIES COLOMBIA, dirigida en Colombia por Maralex Martínez y Alberto Castro, en la Dirección de Proyectos de Cooperación.

If You Give A Man A Rabbit

Partners' Farmer-to-Farmer volunteer Abe Fisher urges malnourished Haitians to consider rabbit as a sustainable source of protein and income. Abe, a career network engineer and a hobby rabbit farmer from Pennsylvania, recently returned from 2 weeks in Haiti in which he exchanged best practices around rabbit breeding.

17-Year-Old Gains Leadership Skills and Second Family through Youth Ambassadors Program

Joandriz Gonzalez, 17, traveled from her hometown of Caracas, Venezuela to the United States last fall. She was a participant in Partners’ State Department and U.S. Embassy-sponsored Youth Ambassadors (YA) program, which gives high schoolers the opportunity to travel internationally, build and improve leadership skills and develop a commitment to service. 

Education and Culture Grants Brazil Student Travel to U.S.

"One perk of being a Partners chapter member is the opportunity to apply for Travel Grants. Distributed through Partners’ Education and Culture program, Travel Grants fund visits to other Partners chapters throughout the Western Hemisphere to collaborate on areas of mutual interest, including education, art, and student exchanges."

2016 Colombia and Venezuela Youth Ambassadors Announced

Partners is proud announce the 2016 Youth Ambassadors from Colombia and Venezuela! The group consists of 20 youth and three adult mentors who will travel to Washington, D.C. for one week, and subsequently spend two weeks in either Arkansas or Tennessee. The youth were selected in an open competition for students ages 15-18 who have outstanding school records, display leadership qualities and have demonstrated interest in improving their local community.

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