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  • Students and Professors Participate in Entrepreneurship Exchange

    Students and Professors Participate in Entrepreneurship Exchange

    During April 11 and 18, nine students from the School of Productivity and Competitiveness (EPC) at the Catholic University of Bolivia visited universities in Boston, Massachusetts and Hanover, New Hampshire…

  • U.S. Department of State Confers Women of Courage Award to Julieta Montaño

    Women of Courage Award to Julieta Montaño

    On March 5, Bolivian lawyer and activist Julieta Montaño received the U.S. Secretary of State's International Women of Courage Award. This year the award honored 10 outstanding women from 10 countries...

  • Recruiting Journalists and Men to Counter Gender Based Violence

    Men to Counter Gender Based Violence

    The U.S. Embassy in Bolivia sponsored Carlos Areán, Senior Director of the National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities to tour Bolivia from March 8 to 15 to work with Bolivian experts, academics, and journalists to strengthen actions to combat gender violence in the country...

  • First TechCamp for Entrepreneurial Women Held in Santa Cruz

    First TechCamp for Entrepreneurial Women

    The U.S. Embassy, in collaboration with the Chamber of Exporters of Bolivia (CADEX) and the Center for Entrepreneurship and Training of Exporters (CEFEX), organized the first technology camp (TechCamp) for women entrepreneurs, an initiative of WEAmericas (Women’s Entrepreneurship of the Americas) on March 13-14 in Santa Cruz..

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    Embassy Awards Students’ Environmental Ideas

    U.S. Embassy Chargé d'Affaires in Bolivia Peter Brennan presented awards to each of the winning groups: "Tubular Digesters for Organic Waste Use" (UAC Carmen Pampa); "Bricks Made of Recycled Tires and Plastics" (UMSA); and "Family-based Recycling of Organic Waste in Suburban Neighborhoods in Tarija" (UAJMS).

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    Exchange Programs

    The new Exchanges website (exchanges.state.gov) highlights exchange programs and offers clear pathways to access exchange opportunities. The site includes participant stories, rich multimedia content, detailed program information and information on travel and living in the U.S.  

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    The new website responds to alumni requests for a faster, more modern, interactive, and accessible website. It features enhancements of your favorite content including a $33 billion grants database, job opportunities, an e-library of more than 20,000 publications, and alumni news and events.  

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    Video Game - Trace Effects

    Trace Effects is a free, collaborative English language video game experience for students ages 12-16 created by the U.S. State Department to learn English and explore American culture through puzzles, games, and adventures in an interactive world!  

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    American English

    The new American English website offer students and teachers a wide variety of free resources for teaching and learning English. Geared toward teachers and students of American English as a foreign language, the American English website includes rich content designed to accompany classroom materials and also to support independent learners of English as a foreign language. 

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    Webinars for English Teachers

    We are pleased to invite you to participate in a series of Webinars on English teaching methodology, organized by the Regional English Language Office. Join us from a computer with audio and internet access...  

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