• Gala Raises Scholarship Funds for Lebanon AMIDEAST’s First Annual Education Hero Award Gala, held October 14, 2017, in Beverly Hills, California, was a great success. The event grossed nearly one million dollars and attracted 700 supporters from across the United States, Lebanon, and...
  • Empowering Youth and Educators in Tunisia "The teaching profession is not only about delivering knowledge. It’s also about pushing young people to recognize and believe in their potential and help them shape their future,” says Tunisian university professor Hajer Hichri.Professor Hichri...
  • U.S. Study Becomes an Option for Egyptian Scholarship Students That represents a significant number of the nearly 500 public school graduates, including 24 with disabilities, who have been accepted into the competitive HEI program and are enrolled in excellence programs at five Egyptian public universities—Ain...
  • Meet Our 2017 DKSSF Scholars Meet 18 bright young men and women who are beginning their undergraduate studies in the United States or at U.S.-style institutions elsewhere on scholarships received through the DKSSF program. The 11 women and seven men come from six countries —...
  • Introducing the Hope Fund Class of 2017 We are excited to welcome 13 new Hope Fund scholars this year. Ten are beginning their undergraduate studies this fall on scholarships received from Northwestern University; Bridgewater, Roanoke, St. Olaf, and Union Colleges; the Universities of...
  • Putting Egyptian Youth on a Path to Entrepreneurship Forty young Egyptians are their way to realizing their dreams of entrepreneurship thanks to a continuing partnership between AMIDEAST and Citi Foundation. Since March, the 26 men and 14 women in the new Youth Entrepreneurship Program (YEP) have been...
  • Gala to Benefit Youth in Lebanon AMIDEAST/Lebanon and its Advisory Board will hold the first AMIDEAST Education Hero Award Gala this fall to raise funds to expand educational and training programs that benefit youth in Lebanon. The gala will honor the late Lebanese philanthropist...
  • Scholarships Change Lives Since AMIDEAST opened its office in Beirut in 1968, thousands of Lebanese have benefitted from its services that help students study in the USA. In recent years, AMIDEAST scholarship initiatives have helped more than 100 students win over $18...

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