Alumni Exhibit is about people whose lives and communities have been impacted by their visit to the USA. We’d like to share different stories and activities of today’s successful politicians, scholars, artists, social activists, and business leaders and how they have benefitted from various USG exchange programs over the past 25 years of U.S./Ukraine diplomatic relations. The path of people with different backgrounds proves that nothing is impossible and there is a range of opportunities everyone can take.
The second part of the exhibit includes the winners’ works submitted to America House photo contest “America through your eyes!”. These are original, striking images that depict American life and reflect alumni’s experience of the U.S. during their program exchange.
Remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
In the wake of the U.S. Independence Day Party, we want to invite you to hear the personal stories of Americans who are lucky enough to be in Kyiv right now. During the next speaking club, you will be able to find out anything you have ever wanted to know about Taxes, to ask a native New Yorker if they really live like friends from your favorite TV series, as well as ask what beach is the best in Florida.
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.
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.