A Young American’s Perspective on Wrocław
by Philip Oechsli young artist from Kentucky.
Philip is currently a senior at Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana where he is majoring in Photography with additional focuses
in Art History and History.
Throughout his career, he has been recognized by dozens of statewide awards including the University of
Louisville's Stern Bramson Award. In 2006, Philip's work was included in a show at the Speed Museum in Louisville, Kentucky. In 2009,
Philip's work was exhibited in a show, Glimpses of an Unfamiliar India, at Indiana University East in Richmond, Indiana with artists
John and Sean Hughes.
19.08 - 30.09.2010
| Ambasada Amerykańska w Warszawie, Konsulat Generalny w Krakowie
oraz „American Corners” w Polsce ogłaszają konkurs fotograficzny pt.|
USA W TWOIM OBIEKTYWIE
| The U.S. Embassy in Warsaw is pleased to invite secondary school teachers, teacher trainers, curriculum developers, textbook writers and Ministry of Education officials to send nominations for the Summer 2010 Study of the United States Institutes for Secondary School Educators.|
SUSI programs for Secondary School Educators:
The institute programs are an opportunity for secondary school teachers, teacher trainers, curriculum developers, textbook writers, and other educational professionals to attend a six-week post-graduate seminar in the United States. All of the institute programs will be held this summer at different U.S. universities and colleges over the course of six weeks beginning in mid June 2010.
More details in the attachment.
Selection: Space in the institutes is very limited.
To be competitive, candidates must have excellent proficiency in English and outstanding qualifications.
Application Deadline: November 2, 2010
How to apply:
1. Complete the attached application form. Your personal statement should not exceed one page.
2. Send your application form and your CV to: email@example.com
3. Wait patiently to hear whether you have been chosen for an interview.
Interviews will be conducted in Warsaw on November 8-24, 2010.