2019 MEPI Student Leaders Program

The Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) Student Leaders Program is a fully-funded intensive leadership training program in the United States for students between the ages of 20-24. The Student Leaders program is a rigorous leadership program for up to 60 undergraduate and graduate students from the Middle East and North Africa. Students are divided among U.S. ...
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Ambassador Elizabeth Richard’s Remarks at American Community School Graduation Ceremony

Class of 2017 graduates, parents, ACS faculty and staff. ACS head of school Dr. Greg MacGilpin, Jr, Your Excellency Prime Minister Hariri, Distinguished guests.  I am honored to be with you today to mark such a joyous occasion. Congratulations to all the Graduates.  Today’s ceremony is the culmination of everything  you have achieved as ACS ...
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U.S. Ambassador Elizabeth Richard Visits Tripoli

U.S. Ambassador Elizabeth Richard visited Tripoli on Wednesday, May 3 to discuss the major issues concerning the citizens of Lebanon’s second largest city and to convey a message of strong U.S. support for efforts of these citizens to improve conditions for the residents of Tripoli.  In the course of her visit, Ambassador Richard met with ...
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Public Affairs Officer Alan Holst Visits the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik

Public Affairs Officer (PAO) Alan Holst visited the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik on March 30. He gave remarks at the distribution of certificates to 20 USEK students who completed training in the U.S. Embassy-funded “Theater and Democracy” project that won a Public Diplomacy small grant competition to support English language education.  This project promotes ...
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Deputy Chief of Mission Inaugurates Hayati (My Life) Exhibit

American Deputy Chief of Mission Danny Hall inaugurated the Hayati (My Life) exhibit today at Club Minus 1 in Beirut. Speaking to a diverse audience that included NGO officials, artists, and the photographers and their families, he emphasized the importance of art in bringing people together, and the Embassy’s enthusiastic support for these kinds of ...
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