American Youth Leadership Training Program

Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs in Education/Training
December 19, 2018

Overview

The American Youth Leadership Program is a leadership training exchange program for U.S. high school students and adult mentors. Participants travel abroad to gain firsthand knowledge of foreign cultures and to examine globally significant issues, such as the environment and climate change, food security and nutrition, the role of the media, and science and technology. Programs involve homestays with local families, language lessons, leadership training, and community service opportunities. Participants implement a follow-on project in their communities once they return home.

Administration

American Youth Leadership Training Program is administered by Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

Program Requirements:

None

Application Details

Please visit the 'American Youth Leadership Program' Information page. Scroll to the bottom of the page to find information about the country specific eligibility and the application process.

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