U.S. offers Egyptian students English skills and career paths

Some of Egypt’s most talented students are building their future — and their country’s — with experience acquired from an American scholarship program.

Eman Abdelmohsen Said, 20, is one of those young leaders. She grew up in Kom, a rural community near Aswan on the Nile River. She originally thought she would stay in her hometown and perhaps become a doctor. After she completed the English Access Microscholarship Program, she discovered her passion: teaching. The program also gave her the confidence and desire to travel beyond her hometown, including to the United States.

Through the U.S.-funded scholarship, Said learned English and […]

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