We work at the grassroots level throughout the Muslim World to counter violent extremism before it takes hold, to promote tolerance and understanding, and to foster better relations with the United States.
Join Us on Friday!
Get answers to your questions about the America’s Unofficial Ambassadors summer and semester programs on Friday, November 7, 2014 at 12pm Eastern in a special Google Hangout.
Our Hangout on Friday will offer full details on the Semester of Service and Summer Service Internship programs in Indonesia, Morocco, Tajikistan, Turkey (coming soon) or Zanzibar, and a chance to discuss service options with a member of AUA’s program staff.
AUA Winter Webinars
Friday’s Hangout kicks-off a series of AUA webinars this winter. You can also RSVP for these sessions. Look for more webinars in January and February, 2015
November 20, 2014, 8pm-9pm EST: Meet and Greet with a Returned Unofficial Ambassador:
Talk to returned alumni from the America’s Unofficial Ambassadors Summer Service Internship program to hear their stories of service and partnership-building in the Muslim world and get answers to your questions about what it’s like to be an unofficial ambassador from someone who knows about the experience first-hand.
December 3, 2014, 8pm-9pm EST: Careers in International Development:
AUA Director and Founder Ben Orbach will talk about his experience working in the Middle East and offer his insight into what it takes to launch a career in International Development. Follow this link to read Ben’s bio.
To RSVP, email stefanc(at)creativelearning.org for log-in instructions ahead of each session. Limited space is available for these Hangouts, though you can also watch a live stream of each event on YouTube.
Learn more: Unofficial Ambassadors build relations between the U.S. and the Muslim World by interning full-time with a school or grassroots organization.
Upon returning home, unofficial ambassadors give presentations in their communities that represent their experience, the people they met, and what they built together.
Over the last two years, 41 exceptional undergraduates, recent graduates, and graduate students from 20 different colleges and universities have served as unofficial ambassadors to communities in four countries.