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US State Department aims to empower Kuwaiti youth

Latest News Kuwait City 25 Mar 23
US State Department aims to empower Kuwaiti youth
US State Department aims to empower Kuwaiti youth with strengthened skills and expertise in diverse fields.
Event Location
Kuwait, Kuwait
Kuwait City
Start Time
25 March 2023, 12:00 AM
End Time
30 April 2023, 12:00 AM

Head of Kuwait’s branch of the US-Kuwait Exchange Alumni Association (USKAA) Hamad Al-Saad said that the association empower Kuwaiti citizens with strengthened skills and expertise in diverse fields.

Shedding light on the achievements of cultural exchange, Al-Saad told Kuwait News Agency in an interview that the ten cultural exchange programs provided by the US Department of State aim to develop skills of its members.

USKAA was established in 2019 and was first chaired by Engineer Sharifa Al-Shalfan, under aegis of the US Embassy. The programs include leadership skills, social services for students of the ninth and tenth grades, teaching Arabic language in the US and programs for people with PhD degree in math, science, engineering and technology.

The ten programs empower the enrolled to sharpen their skills, help them employ their potentials for serving Kuwait’s interests in addition to cementing the relations with the United States of America, he has added. For example, the US State Department’s International Leadership Visitor Program targets the distinguished, Al- Saad has said, also mentioning other sub programs namely the Youth Exchange and Study Program that engage students of ninth and tenth grades. for social services and volunteering.

The International Writing Program involves novelists and writers, Fulbright Program for assistant teachers of foreign languages, qualifies English language teachers to partake in teaching the Arabic language in the US, the Fulbright visiting researchers program targets PhD-level individuals in sciences and technology, engineering and mathematics, he continued.

Al-Saad also mentioned the Sports Envoy Program, held for two weeks in the US, partly designed to enhance coaches’ skills. He also indicated at other programs that are not currently effective. Al-Shalfan, a current member of the Kuwaiti Municipal Council, is also a graduate of the International Leadership Visitor Program. (KUNA)

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