Alumni Outreach and Programs
Democracy Outreach/Alumni Grants Program
The U.S. embassy Public Affairs Section accepts applications to its Alumni Grants Program. The purposes of this program are to provide alumni with networking opportunities, to further the professional development of alumni and their colleagues, and to assist them in the implementation and teaching of concepts that they explored during their exchange programs.
Awards may be used for the following:
- to initiate a public or community service program;
- to support alumni association events;
- to organize training programs or conferences for professional colleagues and/or other alumni;
- grants for travel of Eurasian and Southeast European alumni within Europe and Eurasia, including regional alumni events;
- cost-sharing for international travel grants for alumni to the United States;
- continued funding for existing alumni centers, and start-up costs for alumni associations;
- networking events;
- develop and publish textbooks, brochures, pamphlets, or related reference or educational materials on topics that further USG assistance goals;
- conduct other projects that support democratic and economic reform initiatives.
$3000 for individuals and $5000 for alumni organizations. If you receive funding, you will be required to submit a detailed program and financial report on the outcomes of the project.
WHERE TO SUBMIT:
Public Affairs Section
US Embassy Kazakhstan
Ak Bulak 4, Str. 23-22, building #3,
Astana 010010, Kazakhstan
e-mail: [email protected]
AlumniPost is a quarterly newsletter, published by the U.S. Embassy Public Affairs Section. It features alumni news from PAS, ACIE, and IREX. It also contains information about upcoming events, career development, and alumni grant opportunities.
Issue 17 (September-October-November 2005)
Issue 18 (December-January-February 2006)
Issue 19 (March-April-May 2006)
American Councils for International Education (ACCELS)
International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX)