Ambassador Litzenberger participated at the TechFest Baku

The U.S. Embassy, in partnership with the Ministry of Transport, Communications, and High Technologies and with the support of Mars Academy, has organized the first TechFest Baku. TechFest Baku provided local Makers the chance to exhibit their products, participate in workshops, and pitch their projects in pitch competition with prizes.

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U.S. Ambassador Lee Litzenberger met with university students at the Baku American Center

U.S. Ambassador Lee Litzenberger met with university students at the Baku American Center as part of the “Ambassador’s Hour” project. The Ambassador shared stories from his life and career, including the path which brought him to the Embassy here in Baku, and gave valuable recommendations to students who want to become diplomats. He then answered …

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Ambassador Litzenberger held a reception for U.S. Embassy Interns

Several years ago the U.S. Embassy launched an expanded internship program for local students and recent graduates. Ambassador Litzenberger held a reception for these interns, both current and alumni, and told them just how valuable they all are for our embassy community. https://www.facebook.com/baku.usembassy/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2826423377375555

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U.S. Helps Internally Displaced Young People Study English

Ambassador and Mrs. Robert F. Cekuta, along with Cabinet of Ministers representative Mahammad Guliyev, joined 33 students to kick off the “Knowledge is Power!” English language learning program at school No. 4 for internally displaced people (IDP) from Zangilan.  This program will provide Zangilan’s young people with English language skills, opening doors to other new …

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