Washington, DC: UEMF Students shine internationally

Miscellaneous announcements

As part of the Stevens Initiative Alumni Fellowship, Miss KHAYARI Malak, a 3rd year architecture student at Euromed University in Fez, was selected among the 24 fellows who will participate. This program is funded by the J. Christopher Stevens Virtual Exchange Initiative (JCSVEI) and supported by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.  

The Stevens Initiative represents a global effort to develop the global competence of young people in the United States, the Middle East and North Africa by expanding and improving virtual exchanges. It is an online, international, collaborative learning experience hosted by the Aspen Institute in Washington, DC.  

Out of nearly 300 candidates, Miss KHAYARI Malak stands out as one of the two Moroccans selected for this prestigious program.

During the Summit in Washington, DC last week, she actively participated and shared a community tour with her American teammate. This opportunity allowed him to refine his professional skills, share his experience as an Alumna Fellow in the field of virtual exchanges, and build enriching connections with other participants.

We wish him success as he continues this exciting journey of learning and creating connections that transcend borders, encouraging collaboration and mutual understanding.