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  • USAID re-opens office in Tunisia

    USAID re-opens office in Tunisia

    Ambassador Walles hosted the event at U.S. Embassy Tunis, was joined by Alina Romanowski, Acting Assistant Administrator for the Middle East Bureau (USAID), Faycal Gouiaa, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Hedi Larbi, Minister for Equipment, Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development.

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Presentation on Scholarship at HIALCS of Beja

    Presentation on Scholarship at HIALCS of Beja

    More than a hundred and thirty students attended information session and learned first-hand about Tunisia-specific scholarships such as the “Thomas Jefferson Scholarship Program,” and a myriad of other degree and non-degree programs offered by the Department of State.

  • Tunisian Delegation Heads to GES 2014

    Tunisian Delegation Heads to GES 2014

    The U.S. Embassy held a press conference to showcase the Tunisians who will be participating in the GES 2014 which will take place in Marrakech November 19-21.

  • 2015-2016 Thomas Jefferson Scholarship Program

    Thomas Jefferson Scholarship Program

    The 2015-2016 Thomas Jefferson Scholarship Program is now accepting applications for students to attend university and community colleges in the U.S. for one year. Deadline is December 15th.

  • Amb. Walles on Thomas Jefferson Scholarship

    Amb. Walles on Thomas Jefferson Scholarship

    I am pleased to be here today to launch the Thomas Jefferson Scholarship Program for the 2015-2016 academic year, the third year of this very successful program.

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  • SUSI and Access Alumna Helps Middle School Students Develop Leadership Skills
    SUSI and Access Alumna Helps Middle School Students Develop Leadership Skills

    SUSI and Access alumna Oumaima Tayari made a presentation to 30 Access students at the school Le Monde des Langues Bab Saadoun about her experience as a participant in the SUSI for Student Leaders on Civic Engagement program.  

  • Exchange program alumna delivers a lecture at U.S. Embassy
    Exchange program alumna delivers a lecture at U.S. Embassy

    International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) alumna Dr. Ghaida Ghediri organized a lecture on Women’s Rights and the Adoption of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) at the U.S. Embassy.  

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2014 Coca Cola scholarship participants are back
    2014 Coca Cola scholarship participants are back

    Join us in welcoming back to Tunisia our 17 Global Business Institute participants who participated in the U.S. Department of State and the Coca-Cola Company’s summer entrepreneurship program with Indiana University.  

  • Exchange Program for Tunisian Students of Journalism
    Exchange Program for Tunisian Students of Journalism

    We are proud to welcome home to Tunisia nine students of journalism from the Institut de Presse et des Sciences de l'Information (IPSI) who participated this summer in an exchange program for future Tunisian journalists organized through the American Embassy in Tunis in cooperation with IPSI and the International Center for Journalists in Washington, DC.  

  • Tunisian Exchange participants in the U.S.
    Tunisian Exchange participants in the U.S.

    Congratulations to the five 2014-2015 Near East & South Asia UGRAD Exchange participants from Tunisia!  

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Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2014

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