Mariela Acosta, ex becaria Humphrey, integra un proyecto seleccionado. El Proyecto Capaz busca combatir la violencia en los liceos y mejorar el ambiente de trabajo.
Dear State Alumni Member:
We are pleased to announce the projects selected for the Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund (AEIF) funding!
We have selected 50 winning teams. Selection of the 50 teams to receive funding from 685 submissions and 154 finalists was based on a review of the proposals from specialists, feedback from U.S. Missions, voting from State Alumni members, and a final evaluation by a U.S. Department of State review panel.
A wide range of factors was considered, including: the feasibility of the project within the time frame specified, appropriate budget items*, and how well a project met the proposed theme. We were very impressed by the enthusiasm and thoughtfulness of all the projects submitted. We regret that we were not able to fund all the good ideas proposed and we deeply appreciate the time, energy and dedication given to each of your projects.
Congratulations to all the teams selected for funding. We look forward to watching your ideas become action and we hope to offer such opportunities again next year.
Visit State Alumni to see the list of funded projects. Mariela Acosta, ex becaria Humphrey, integra un proyecto seleccionado. El Proyecto Capaz busca combatir la violencia en los liceos y mejorar el ambiente de trabajo.
La coordinación de Alumni tiene como objetivo generar proyectos concretos vinculados a los intereses de los ex becarios, u apoyar las iniciativas de los ex becarios en sus distintas áreas de interés.
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