U.S. Embassy helps alumni bring Art Alive!

Art allows us to express our emotions, share our thoughts, and communicate our culture. That’s why, over the years, the U.S. Embassy has been proud to send a number of artists and art community leaders to the United States on various exchange programs. Now alumni of those programs are banding together to highlight the vibrant ... Read More»

Alumni of George C. Marshall Center discuss Armenia’s security challenges

On Friday, leaders from Armenia’s military, ministries, institutions and agencies joined all alumni of the George C. Marshall Center’s Center for Security Studies for a conference focused on exploring Armenia’s security challenges. Since 1995, more than 240 Armenians have attended courses and conferences organized by the George C. Marshall Center, a U.S.-German security and defense ... Read More»

U.S. Ambassador meets with Muskie Exchange Program alumni

Saying he was humbled to join such a distinguished group of active Armenians, U.S. Ambassador to Armenia Richard Mills, Jr., welcomed to the Embassy in Yerevan some of the 450 Armenian alumni of the U.S. State Department’s Edmund S. Muskie Graduate Fellowship Program. “When you look around the atrium it is a wonderful site to ... Read More»

George C. Marshall Center of Security Studies Holds its Alumni Event in Yerevan

The George C. Marshall Center (GCMC) of Security Studies hosted an alumni outreach event in Yerevan, Armenia on September 29,  2016.  Thirty alumni and guests from multiple Armenian institutions attended the event which was led by GCMC staff. The event featured two distinguished GCMC alumni – Ms. Hayarpi Mkhitaryan from the Armenian National Security Council and ... Read More»

Armenian Alumni from U.S. Exchange Programs Win U.S. Department of State Grant to Aid People with Disabilities

A team of Armenian alumni of U.S. Government-sponsored exchange programs were awarded a grant Tuesday through the U.S. State Department’s 2016 Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund competition. The Armenian team’s winning proposal, a project called “Unlimited Movement,” will address the challenges and the issues that people with disabilities face in society. More than 829 projects from ... Read More»
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