U.S. colleges support students from Ukraine
Universities across the United States are offering scholarships to help Ukrainian students continue their studies.
Pakistani students resume studies after floods
Learn what the U.S. is doing to help Pakistani students get back into the classrooms after last year's devastating floods.
International exchanges shape leaders of communities and countries
Since 1946, U.S. educational and cultural exchange programs have had a wide-ranging impact, broadening the horizons of 1.7 million alumni worldwide.
U.S. offers Egyptian students English skills and career paths
Two Egyptian students completed a U.S.-backed English learning program that built their self-confidence and prepared them for careers.
Abrahamic Houses: Urban hubs for interfaith understanding
The Abrahamic House initiative grew out of one man's interfaith journey. Learn how he now helps people of different faiths connect.
What is the Fulbright Program?
Learn how America's Fulbright Program started and how it helps scholars develop as they address global challenges.
What is the White House Correspondents’ Association?
Most journalists covering the U.S. president and presidency belong to the White House Correspondents' Association. Learn how it began and why it matters.
Surinamese youth win with robotics
A group in Suriname trains teenagers to compete in robotics at the international level, hoping to spur the next generation of innovators.
2019 class of U.S. Rhodes Scholars prepares for Oxford
Meet a few of the 32 U.S. students elected as 2019 Rhodes Scholars. Nearly half are immigrants or first-generation Americans; 21 are women.