The 2016 US Election is almost upon us. On November 9, 2016, the world will know who Americans chose to be their 45th President. What does it mean for America? What does it mean for the international community? Come join us for a post-election WE@AH speaking club to discuss the most anticipated event in democratic society for the last four years.
The moderators for the evening, Michael Getto and Jason Smart, two good old friends, will walk you through the results of the biggest rivalry in the history of the US elections.
Michael Getto has unique public affairs expertise with over 30 years of experience, living and working in nine countries, including his native United States. A journalist by trade, Getto consults with private and public sector clients, utilizing his background of working with political candidates, elected officials, political parties, civil society organizations, the news media and international development assistance organizations. Getto’s American public affairs experience includes serving in the administration of former California Governor George Deukmejian, press secretary for the successful gubernatorial campaign of Kenny Guinn in Nevada, press secretary for U.S. Representative Larry Winn of Kansas and deputy press secretary to former California U.S. Senator Pete Wilson in Washington D.C.
Jason Smart is currently working at the Presidential and Parliamentary level in three former Soviet Republics and one country in south America. Previous to this, in 2015, Jason Smart advised the Sen. Ted Cruz for President campaign as the Director of Digital Outreach and Data Analytics. Prior to the Cruz campaign, Smart worked for a dozen political races in the United States. He has previously worked as a Field Director for Sen. John McCain’s 2008 Presidential bid and for Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli of Virginia, before working for the International Republican Institute in Russia, Kyrgyzstan and Cambodia, where he advised at the local, Parliamentary, and Presidential level.
The ballot is stronger than the bullet”, ― Abraham Lincoln.
Remember to bring your passport or driver's license in order to enter America House and join the discussion.
True story of Heinrich Harrer, an Austrian mountain climber who became friends with the Dalai Lama at the time of China's takeover of Tibet.
Join us for the chat with Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Crockett Oaks III, who is currently serving as the Deputy Chief of the Office of Defense Cooperation in Kyiv, Ukraine.
In this first session we will work through the four-skills and assess how this approach can foster critical and collaborative thinking from our students. We will come away with increased knowledge on an aspect of New York history, and a stronger understanding of the benefits of the Pre-During-Post (PDP) lesson plan structure.
Aa lecture/presentation by Jade Dellinger, Director of the Bob Rauschenberg Gallery at Florida Southwestern State College.
Якщо Ви хочете навчатися у США, але Вам бракує знань щодо можливостей, процесу вступу в американські виші та фінансування своєї освіти, відвідайте щомісячну презентацію EducationUSA.
We will assess and practice the elements of good essay structure, including a ‘hook’, thesis, topic sentence, and the PEET paragraph framework. We will use pre-writing strategies to help stimulate idea.
An old Jewish woman and her African-American chauffeur in the American South have a relationship that grows and improves over the years.
Through the stories of a Hispanic girls soccer team at Kelly High School in Chicago, IN THE GAME illustrates the enormous challenges facing inner-city girls in their quest for higher education and, most importantly, success in life.
You will enjoy communication and teamwork, improve your English, play, watch and discuss. American experts' consulting and coaching will enrich your global intellectual and creative development.
З нагоди візиту до України ветерана Армії США Шайло Гарріса фонд IZOLYATSIA в партнерстві з Американським домом має честь представити проект "Військові: США, 2010 – Україна, 2017" американського фотографа Пола Солберґа. Виставка складається з портретів американських та українських військових, знятих у 2010 та 2017 роках.