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13.12.2010 Making a difference together, Ms. B. Gantuya

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Ms. B. Gantuya, Acting Executive Director, Mongolian U.S. Government Alumni Association

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13.12.2010 Making a difference together, Ms. B. Gantuya

  1. 1. MAKING A DIFFERENCE TOGETHER Mongolian US Government Alumni Association https://alumni.state.gov
  2. 2. Mongolian US Government Alumni Association https://alumni.state.gov CONTENTS Why we are here today What we do Who we are
  3. 3. We are Mongolian State Alumni - participants of US Government sponsored exchange and scholarship programs:  Fulbright Foreign Student Program  Fulbright Science and Technology Award  Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant Program  Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowships  Global Undergraduate Exchange program (Global UGRAD)  Eisenhower Fellowship  International Visitor Leadership program  Study of United States Institutes WHO WE ARE Mongolian US Government Alumni Association https://alumni.state.gov
  4. 4. We are members of: State Alumni – global community  Network for more than 1,000,000 alumni all over the world MUSGAA – local community  established in September 2007  around 100 active members  more than 700 potential members WHO WE ARE https://alumni.state.gov Mongolian US Government Alumni Association MUSGAA
  5. 5. Networking Large network of outstanding professionals and fresh graduates Over 1 million State Alumni all over the world Over 700 Mongolian State Alumni Hundreds of International Associations Large source for information exchange Job, scholarship and grant opportunities for alumni access over 1000 academic and prominent journals and periodicals Productive professional, societal, cultural, and community engagements WHAT WE DO https://alumni.state.gov Mongolian US Government Alumni Association
  6. 6. Alumni celebrate the Independence Day with the U.S. Mission WHAT WE DO https://alumni.state.gov Mongolian US Government Alumni Association
  7. 7. Fulbright alumni meet Victoria Augustine, East Asia Pacific Desk officer for Fulbright and Andrew Imparato, the Head and CEO of the American Association of People with Disabilities WHAT WE DO https://alumni.state.gov Mongolian US Government Alumni Association
  8. 8. Knowledge and experience sharing  Share experience and expertise with global, regional and local alumni  Promote U.S. government scholarship and fellowship pro- grams  Assist Mongolian youth in their search for opportunities to study in American colleges and share own experiences of studying and living in the U.S.  Helping US exchange program students and scholars coming to study, work and live in Mongolia WHAT WE DO https://alumni.state.gov Mongolian US Government Alumni Association
  9. 9. Mongolian Global Undergraduate alumni meeting with U.S. college students who came to study in Mongolia for one semester on the SIT World Learning program WHAT WE DO https://alumni.state.gov Mongolian US Government Alumni Association
  10. 10. The Education/US College Fair organised by MUSGAA for Mongolian youth WHAT WE DO https://alumni.state.gov Mongolian US Government Alumni Association
  11. 11. Public Affairs’ Section of the U.S. Embassy and UGRAD alumni have jointly organized a pre-departure Orientation meeting for the selected students for 2010 Global Undergraduate program. WHAT WE DO https://alumni.state.gov Mongolian US Government Alumni Association
  12. 12. Social, cultural and community engagements TV cook show organized by MUSGAA members together with US embassy families – Thanksgiving WHAT WE DO https://alumni.state.gov Mongolian US Government Alumni Association
  13. 13. Social, cultural and community engagements Mongolian U.S.G. Alumni Help Build Houses for Low-Income Families WHAT WE DO https://alumni.state.gov Mongolian US Government Alumni Association
  14. 14. Social, cultural and community engagements MUSGAA together with 3-time Grammy Award winning band Ozomatli are celebrating diversity with Mongolian children with disabilities and living with parents with disabilities. The Alumni Association fundraised over $11,000 both in monetary and in-kind donations WHAT WE DO https://alumni.state.gov Mongolian US Government Alumni Association
  15. 15. Social, cultural and community engagements Ariuntsatsral, Fulbright Alumni, is volunteer cardiologist for the Children’s Heart Project, life saving project for children with congenital heart defect. More than 300 Mongolian children had surgery through this project. WHAT WE DO https://alumni.state.gov Mongolian US Government Alumni Association
  16. 16. Social, cultural and community engagements ENGLISH FOR DISABLED PROJECT  36 physically challenged people participated  Project continued for 8 months  About 60 people volunteered  12 organizations provided sponsorships WHAT WE DO https://alumni.state.gov Mongolian US Government Alumni Association
  17. 17. Social, cultural and community engagements ENGLISH FOR DISABLED PROJECT: CLOSING CEREMONY WHAT WE DO https://alumni.state.gov Mongolian US Government Alumni Association
  18. 18. Purpose Expanding network involving business community  New membership opportunities are open for business community  MUSGAA conference on 15 January 2011 is open for new members and onlookers  Professional networking opportunities  Open job opportunities for professionals and fresh graduates Sharing social responsibilities  Increase educational opportunities for young talented Mongolians  Help disadvantaged community in improving their livelihood, education and work opportunities  Support art and culture  Other opportunities WHY WE ARE HERE TODAY https://alumni.state.gov Mongolian US Government Alumni Association
  19. 19. MAKING A DIFFERENCE TOGETHER https://alumni.state.gov Uyanga, MUSGAA Coordinator: UyangaE@state.gov

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