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Empowering Youth and Women—the theme of our 2016 annual report—reflects the growing emphasis of our programming on these two key demographic groups.

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AMIDEAST prides itself on promoting a culture of honesty and integrity. 

The compliant and ethical manner in which we conduct ourselves with customers, donors, vendors, competitors, and each other is a core AMIDEAST value and is vital to our continued success.  

AMIDEAST has recently updated and expanded its ethics policy in an effort to combat fraud, waste or abuse.  This comprehensive policy applies to all individuals working on behalf of AMIDEAST.

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Annual Highlights

 

In 2009, AMIDEAST:

  • بتوفير تعليم اللغة الإنجليزية والمهارات المهنية لأكثر من 60,000 طالب ومهني

  • بدعم برامج المنح الدراسية والتبادل لأكثر من 2,000 فرد

  • بتقديم معلومات عن الدراسة الأميركية لأكثر من 184,000 فرد

  • بتعزيز مؤسسات ومجتمعات

  • بإدارة اختبارات باستخدام الكمبيوتر وعلى الورق وباستخدام الإنترنت

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Employment: Internships

Internship Openings at AMIDEAST Headquarters 
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Staff Openings: Educational Adviser/Scholarship Officer, Oman

Job Title: Educational Adviser/Scholarship Officer, OMAN
Job Level: Program Officer
Department: Field Office
Supervisor: Country Director, Oman

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International Staff Openings

Please check back at a later date for staff openings.

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Meet AMIDEAST's President

Ambassador Theodore H. Kattouf

Theodore Kattouf was born in Altoona, Pennsylvania. Upon graduating from the Pennsylvania State University in 1968, he served for 3-1/2 years in the United States Army infantry, attaining the rank of Captain. He joined the Foreign Service in 1972.

From 1973 to 1975, Mr. Kattouf served in Kuwait as an economic and commercial officer. Following Kuwait, he attended the Foreign Service Arabic Language Program in Beirut and Tunis before being assigned as a political officer to Damascus. Mr. Kattouf then returned to the United States to serve as a Middle East analyst in the State Department. From 1980 to 1982, he worked as an International Relations Officer in the Department's Near East Bureau. In 1982-83, Mr. Kattouf was a State Department mid-career fellow at Princeton University.

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2025 M Street, NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC 20036-3363
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30-5:30
Phone: 202-776-9600
Fax: 202-776-7000
E-Mail: inquiries@amideast.org

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