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Ambassador Roebuck Addresses the Graduating Class of George Washington University’s Engineering Management Program

On Saturday, November 21, Ambassador Roebuck addressed the graduating class of George Washington University’s Masters in Engineering Management program, a joint degree program that is hosted by Ahlia University in Bahrain.  Speaking alongside Ahlia University founder Dr. Abdullah Al Hawaj,  George Washington University’s Chairman of the Engineering and Management Department Thomas Mazzuchi, and George Washington’s ...
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Dr. William Baker Promotes Entrepreneurship in Arts

Dr. William Baker, seven-time Emmy award-winning broadcaster and Director of the Bernard L. Schwartz Center for Media, Public Policy & Education at Fordham University visited Bahrain November 8-13 to speak on entrepreneurship in the arts.  Dr. Baker, who also teaches the only business course at the Julliard School in New York, gave a series of ...
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U.S. Ambassador Visits Al-Raja School

As part of the U.S. Embassy activities to mark the International Education Week, U.S. Ambassador William Roebuck visited Al-Raja School. He was welcomed by school Principal Joshua Perkins and Chairman of the Board Basem Al- Saie.  During the visit, Ambassador Roebuck visited the high school biology lab where he observed students as they work in ...
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Special Representative Meets Bahraini Business Leaders

The Scott Nathan, the U.S. State Department’s Special Representative for Commercial and Business Affairs, visited Bahrain on November 11.  On the eve of the Tenth Anniversary of the Bahrain-U.S. Free Trade Agreement (FTA), Mr. Nathan visited two companies that have taken advantage of the FTA through selling and producing products in the American market – ...
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Women’s English and Entrepreneurship Program

On the occasion of Global Entrepreneurship Week 2015, ILC Training and the U.S. Embassy in Bahrain announce the launch of a new Women’s English and Entrepreneurship program this week.  This nine-month program will provide 16 Bahraini women with the skills and knowledge to become competitive players in local and global markets.  The courses will include English ...
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