U.S. Embassy Counselor for Public Affairs Discusses American Educational & Cultural Exchange Opportunities While Touring Taraba State

Embassy Counselor for Public Affairs, Aruna Amirthanayagam, led an educational and cultural affairs team on a three-day trip to Jalingo, Taraba State.  The trip, from October 2-4, broadened the reach of U.S. Embassy educational and cultural programs, increased support to alumni of U.S. exchange programs, and built new relationships with individuals and institutions in the ...
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Acting Deputy Chief of Mission Anton Smith- Talking Points for Youth Exchange and Study (YES) PDO

Congratulations on your selection for the 2019/2020 Youth Exchange and Study program. You will be joining a growing number of nearly 300 students who have had the opportunity to spend one academic year in the United States and experience the cultural diversity in America. Just like Nigeria, the United States is a country with rich ...
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20 Nigerian high School Students Selected to Participate in U.S. State Department Youth Exchange and Study Program

On July 15, Embassy Abuja’s Public Affairs Section conducted a pre-departure orientation for twenty (20) Nigerian high school students selected to participate in the U.S. Department of State’s Youth Exchange and Study program (YES). These young, deserving students will depart Nigeria in August for the one year exchange program in the United States. During the ...
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The Challenges and Opportunities of Managing a Recessionary Economy: The American Experience – Consul General F. John Bray

Remarks at the 2016 Hubert Humphrey Alumni Association Annual Lecture  Good morning. It is a pleasure to meet so many Hubert Humphrey Fellow alumni and their guests. In particular I want to acknowledge Chairman Chief Olabintan Famutime, Ayodele Teriba, and Henrietta Onwuegbuzie. When I was first asked to give this talk I wondered which American ...
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