Join us for an exciting informal chat with our special guest Matthew Werner!
Matthew has been in the foreign service for nearly 18 years. He was in the first class after the merger with USIS. He is originally from Atlanta, but went to American University in Washington, DC. His first overseas trip was to the USSR when he was 17; he went on a 3 week exchange program, visiting 8 cities. In his foreign service career, he has served in Kazakhstan, Nigeria, Washington, Croatia, Georgia, and Romania, as well as Ukraine. He is married with 3 children. He is an avid reader of any genre, but he mostly reads history and science. He loves old movies and watching sports. Atlanta has multiple professional and collegiate level sports teams that he has followed since he was a child.
For this session, Matthew will be discussing his favorite sport, baseball, and its impact on American slang.
Please remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
Besides the classic American games (Jenga and Taboo) we have Twister, Scrabble, UNO and others. It will be your chance to practice English, meet FLEX alumni who recently returned from their study trips in the US, and have a lot of fun!
Якщо Ви хочете навчатися у США, але Вам бракує знань щодо можливостей, процесу вступу в американські виші та фінансування своєї освіти, то ця презентація EducationUSA саме для Вас.
Передвиїзна орієнтація – це спеціальний захід, який проводиться EducationUSA щорічно, щоб допомогти студентам, які вступили на навчання у США підготуватися до вильоту та початку навчання протягом літа.
The story of a team of female African-American mathematicians who served a vital role in NASA during the early years of the U.S. space program.
This year America House Kyiv will host a magnificent celebration. Get ready for jazz, line dancing, live music, interactive photo zone with costumes, outdoor games, prizes and а traditional American BBQ.
Під час цієї сесії Ви отримаєте рекомендації та поради щодо процесу вступу на програми МВА в США
Robert Gould Shaw leads the U.S. Civil War's first all-black volunteer company, fighting prejudices from both his own Union Army, and the Confederates.