Interactive Hub

Interactive is a global outreach team that works to connect the world through engaging web chats.

Upcoming Events

  • EDUSA: Financing U.S. Studies

    Are you interested in studying in the U.S. but worried about the cost? Did you know there are many avenues for international students to finance an education at U.S. colleges or universities. Join EducationUSA, higher education experts and currently-enrolled international students for an introduction to “Financing U.S. Studies.” Find out how thousands of international students earn U.S. degrees while managing costs. Ask questions and learn how U.S. campuses work with international students to meet their needs.

  • YALI Empowering Women Leaders

    Program Description: When women and young girls pursue their dreams they often encounter challenges such as gender-bias and discrimination. Hear from three successful women who overcame these challenges and the skills that helped them confidently achieve their goals. On Thursday, March 12, the U.S. Department of State will hold a virtual program as part of a special series of leadership-focused programs to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI), “Empowering Women Leaders.”

  • Water Reuse: An Essential Tool in Addressing Global Water Scarcity

    On Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 7:00 AM EDT, the Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (OES) and the Office of Global Public Affairs (GPA) are co-hosting an interactive webinar to highlight the importance of water reuse. Our panel of American water reuse experts will educate key stakeholders about national and local best practices, technologies, and policies for water reuse that can reduce water scarcity and raise public awareness, especially in the South and Central Asia region.

  • Elections 101: Campaign Finance in the 2020 Elections

    Join us for this important program with FEC Commissioner Ellen L. Weintraub where we will discuss campaign finance and take viewer questions in real-time.

  • #MentorTalks: Storytelling as a Catalyst for Global Change

    Storytelling is a powerful way to enhance understanding and be a catalyst for solutions on global issues. How can you tap into the creativity, strategy, and innovation needed for powerful storytelling? Join our guest, Michael Littig, Mentor and Co-Founder of the Zuckerberg Institute to learn how you can identify, build, and share stories as part of your personal and professional life.

  • #MentorTalks: Using Art to Improve Health

    On Wednesday, April 15, at 1:00 pm EDT, Kunle Adewale, CEO and Creative Director of Tender Arts Nigeria, will share his stories and advice on how to use art to heal and improve physical and mental health. Kunle will also talk about his latest Arts in Medicine Project in response to COVID-19, #ArtResponds.

  • #MentorTalks: Media Literacy Skills for Fighting Pandemic Misinformation

    On Wednesday, May 20th, we’ll discuss the value of media literacy. As the world fights the Covid-19 pandemic, it's also battling rumors and misinformation about the virus that may lead the public to believe and even take harmful actions. In this program, you’ll learn why media literacy is so important in this public health crisis, and how you can recognize good vs. misleading information.   

  • GIST TechConnect: Emerging Trends in Startup Investing

    Tune into the next TechConnect to gain a global perspective on the direction of early-stage equity investments. Our panel of experts will be global thought leaders, experienced investors, and top angel managers in the field. Join us for this unique opportunity to ask questions of these trailblazers, while gaining a full perspective on the global angel investment ecosystem! 

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