• A New Home for AMIDEAST in the UAE AMIDEAST’s main UAE office has moved to a new home. The large, modern quarters in the heart of Abu Dhabi’s commercial quarters will allow it to serve an increasing number of students and professionals looking to AMIDEAST for a range of educational...
  • Accessing a Ladder of Opportunity Meet two bright young women who have been on a path of achievement since they joined the English Access Microscholarship (Access) Program. Hadeel, a junior at AUB from Yemen, says, "The Access Program is definitely my starting point to becoming the...
  • English for Iraqi IDP Teens In Iraq, AMIDEAST is helping young Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) improve their English language skills, while also introducing them to aspects of American culture. A group of bright teenagers from Mosul recently completed an English training...
  • What Is the "Access" Program? "Educational," "exciting," "useful," and "fun" — four adjectives that stand out in a cloud of words that Lebanese youth chose to describe the English Access Microscholarship (Access) Program, a high-impact initiative that AMIDEAST administers in...
  • Meet Our New DKSSF Students We’re pleased to introduce our 16 newest DKSSF scholars, now in the midst of their first year of undergraduate studies at colleges and universities across the United States, as well as at two overseas branches. Academic excellence is a prerequisite...
  • Skills Program Transforms Women’s Lives No wonder, then, that the two-year-old program featured prominently at the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM)’s recent high-level conference, “Women for the Mediterranean: Driving Force for Development and Stability.” The assembled ministers,...
  • Strengthening Basic Education in Palestine Building on these successes, the Leadership and Teacher Development (LTD) Program was launched with USAID funding in 2012 to support MOEHE’s priority of improving classroom instruction in order to increase access to basic education, raise literacy...
  • Far from a Brain Drain ― Fulbright Alumni Are Giving Back Adnan Saddiqi, Counselor for Public Affairs at the U.S. embassy in Cairo, set the tone for the conference when he opened by saying, “Some of the most important natural resources are human resources.” How true this is for the Fulbright program....

Pages