The Academy for Women Entrepreneurs helped Frinny Lee develop a business that uses artificial intelligence to find music for movies.
The inspiring performance of Asian American athletes in recent years is something we are "all jumping to hang onto," says one expert.
State Department programs send U.S. educators overseas to teach and to learn from their global peers. Learn how these programs change lives.
American diplomats connect directly with people by studying foreign languages. Learn more about how they interact with local communities.
The U.S. State Department helps women start businesses. See how one Academy for Women Entrepreneurs graduate is helping save lives in Africa.
State and local chambers of commerce are famous for holding ribbon-cutting ceremonies but do so much more. Get a sense of those duties here.
Meet Doaa Aref, Heba Assem, and Riham Adel. These Egyptian entrepreneurs are changing the economy for Middle Eastern and North African youth.
The State Department's TechWomen and TechGirls programs give participants the confidence and skills to pursue their STEM dreams and help others in turn.
The United States is helping students in Latin America become community leaders. Learn more about the College Horizons Outreach Program.