Do you like sports? Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be on television? Then come to America House for a profession chat with Daniel Cohen, a television sports reporter from the United States! Daniel Cohen is a reporter and anchor for WREX-TV, an NBC affiliate station in Rockford, Illinois. A native of Philadelphia’s New Jersey suburbs, he graduated from the Newhouse School of Journalism at Syracuse University in 2013 with degrees in broadcast journalism and sports management. Daniel is a major fan of Philadelphia’s sports teams but has enjoyed covering sports in the midwest and even got to kiss the Stanley Cup at the Hockey Hall of Fame. He discovered his love of performing while participating in musicals and loves to sing. This is Daniel’s first visit to a European country and is so excited to learn about Ukraine and visit his brother Ben, a frequent America House volunteer.
Please, remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
Come and chat with our friend Alexandra. She is from West Hartford, Connecticut (which is between Boston and New York). Alexandra is about to go into her last year of college at University of Glasgow, in Scotland.
Based on the true story of the doctor who discovered CTE (chronic traumatic encephalopathy) in football players, and the uphill battle he faced in bringing the information to the public.
У вас буде нагода пройти квест від викладачів Академії патрульної поліції, з допомогою якого ви здобудете виняткові навички, що стануть у нагоді впродовж усього життя. А ще, на вас чекають приємні призи і шанс поставити питання начальнику Академії Вадиму Лісничуку та його заступникам.
America House invites you to our Summer Open Mic Night in our cozy yard. Sing an American song - come share your talents and love for music!
In 1985 Dallas, electrician and hustler Ron Woodroof works around the system to help AIDS patients get the medication they need after he is diagnosed with the disease.
Joined by a longstanding commitment to research on human rights, Dr. Jessica Zychowicz and Yevgenia Belorusets will present new projects that bring together authors, artists, professors, and students to create deeper understanding of increasingly vulnerable populations in Ukraine, including Roma communities and other women displaced by the war.