(Independent) .. announced the US Embassy in Baghdad for the opening of the submission of applications for the 2016 program for the exchange of Iraqi young leaders (IYLEP), which lasts until December 1.2015.
The embassy said in a statement received (Independent) that this program is the main exchange program provided by the United States and the Iraqi government for young people. It is through the application of leadership, community service, and cultural program for a month in the United States, this exchange works program to create bonds of understanding and friendship between the American and Iraqi youth in support of the Strategic Framework Agreement between the United States and Iraq.
He explained that the program consists of two parts. Since there is a high school program that serves 140 students from the high school students aged between 15-17 chance engage in leadership program for four weeks with their Iraqi counterparts from all over the country as well as with American teenagers of the same age.
It also guides the Iraqis Adults accompanied by a high school group. You can find information about high school students and adult mentors programs, including how to apply, through the following address: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Reported that the undergraduate program is to share leadership program for a period of four weeks to 100 university students from the first or second stage, students or the third phase of the study and that its terms of reference focus on five thematic axes. , Can be found on the information on the bachelor's program, including how to apply, through the following link: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Financing and is fully for both programmatic exchange of leadership by the US State Department. It is based on the selection of candidates on the basis of merit and is done through an open and rigorous assessment process. There are no there is no cost to apply for this program, and the presence of information sponsored by the United States, or to participate in the program if the session advanced selection
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