1,200 Palestinian Students Graduate from the U.S. Consulate’s English-language Access Program

Over the last month, 1,261 Palestinian students from the West Bank, Jerusalem, and Gaza graduated from the U.S. Consulate General’s English Access Microscholarship Program – an 18-month program that empowers ambitious Palestinian students to improve their English and build skills for the future. The Access program, funded by the U.S. Department of State and administered ...
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U.S. Consul General Condemns Recent Arson and Vandalism at Church and Mosque after Visiting Both

U.S. Consul General Condemns recent arson and vandalism at church and mosque after visiting both: “Yesterday I visited the Greek Orthodox Seminary and today I visited a mosque in the Palestinian village of al-Jabaa near Bethlehem; both had been torched and vandalized earlier in the week in apparent ‘price tag’ attacks. Make no mistake, any ...
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U.S. Consulate hosts video conference and tweetup with Gaza students

As part of the #AskConsulGeneral social media campaign, the Consulate General organized a video conference and “tweetup” event with Gaza students and alumni interested in pursuing their higher education in the U.S. On May 8, more than 15 students came to Gaza’s American Corner in Al-Azhar University, with general questions about requirements for student visas ...
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