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  • Embassy representatives join the students for the final contest to share what the students learned during the year. (Photo: Dept. of State)

    The Embassy Supports Youth Debate Contests

    The Embassy has worked jointly with Asociación Conciencia since 2012 to promote the development of debating skills among high school students from various institutions across the country. Students from the cities of San Nicolas, Bragado, Tucuman, Buenos Aires, Berazategui and San Miguel have participated in the program. Buenos Aires, Berazategui and San Miguel are actually part of the 2014 program...

  • 2015 Youth Ambassadors: APPLY NOW!

    2015 Youth Ambassadors: APPLY NOW!

    The Youth Ambassadors Program, an initiative of the U.S. Embassy, in partnership with the organization World Learning, is designed to send outstanding Argentine secondary school students from all over the country to the United States for three weeks to learn about U.S. society and culture and to share Argentina’s culture with people in the United States...

  • Competition #5: Apply Now!

    Competition #5: Apply Now!

    This grant competition, Competition #5: Promoting Study Abroad in Health and Nutrition, with a focus on programs that positively address challenges of obesity and that emphasize the importance of physical activity...


  • Obama’s Address to 69th U.N. General Assembly

    PRESIDENT OBAMA: Mr. President, Mr. Secretary General, fellow delegates, ladies and gentlemen: We come together at a crossroads between war and peace; between disorder and integration; between fear and hope...

  • The facts about Ebola: What you need to know

    The current Ebola outbreak — with a death toll surpassing 3,000 in West Africa — is the deadliest in history. The recent confirmation of the first Ebola case outside of West Africa — with a patient in the United States — vividly demonstrates that Ebola is a global threat that the world community must combat together...


  • What is the Opportunity Program?
    What is the Opportunity Program?

    Opportunity supports academically talented students with limited economic resources to apply to universities in the U.S. Opportunity pays for the costs associated with applying: Standardized testing (TOEFL, SAT), translation, application fees, transportation costs and visa fees... Apply here! »

  • “Enclave Hip Hop,” a day of music, film and cultural exchange.
    Hip Hop in Rosario

    On October 4, the Embassy and the Ministry of Culture and Education of Rosario hosted “Enclave Hip Hop,” a day of music, film and cultural exchange... 

  • BNC and Embassy staff at ABLA Brazil 2014 (Photo: Dept. of State)
    BNC and Embassy Staff attend the ABLA Convention – Florianopolis, Brazil

    Representatives from eight Binational centers (BNCs) in Argentina as well as Embassy staff members attended the ABLA (Association of Binational Centers of Latin America) biennial convention in Florianopolis, Brazil, held on September 23-26, 2014... 

  • Public Affairs Section of the Embassy and representatives of Powerchair Football Argentina and Jerry Frick (Photo: Dept. of State)
    Inclusive Soccer

    Today the Public Affairs Section met with representatives of Powerchair Football Argentina and Jerry Frick, professional player for Power Soccer, to coordinate future joint actions... 

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