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Experience High Tech with our Girls #Girlstech

We closed Women’s History Month with a visit by GirlsTech program participants to the offices of The Nielsen Company and British Telecommunications. Professionals of the two companies, who also promote activities of women’s leadership through their organizations WINN (Women in Nielsen) and AXLE & CON (Association of Executive and Councilors) went above and beyond to ...
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CPD Emilia Puma Visited the IES Mariana Pineda

To honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, CPD Emilia Puma visited April 8 the IES Mariana Pineda – a local public high school in Vallecas, and talked to a classroom of tenth-graders about the civil rights leader and the heroes of the American civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s. The students ...
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Embassy Information Specialist Mauricio Sanchez Gives a Public Diplomacy Lesson to Students from Universidad de Comillas

Embassy Information Specialist Mauricio Sanchez gave a Public Diplomacy lesson to a group of students from the Public Affairs Management Master´s program at Universidad de Comillas. The group, professionals from different sectors with interest in public affairs, visited the Embassy and engaged in the formulation of the U.S. Public Diplomacy in Spain.
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Pitching for Entrepreneurs: the Entrepreneurship Network by U.S. Embassy Madrid and JuntoSalimos

We have organized a 100% experimental workshop on pitching and public presentation techniques for entrepreneurs planning to speak to investors. These free workshops are part of a joint initiative that connects entrepreneurs and advisors through the online Entrepreneurship Network powered by U.S. Embassy Madrid & JuntoSalimos, which aims to help Spanish entrepreneurs in three ways: ...
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PD Intern Monica Palid Presents on Education in the U.S. at IES Mariana Pineda

Public Diplomacy Intern Monica Palid visited IES Mariana Pineda to discuss opportunities to study in the U.S. and the differences between the Spanish school system and the American school system with classes of 14-year-olds and 18-year-olds at this local public high school in Vallecas. The students had many questions about the U.S. university application process, ...
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