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To learn more about ECA’s exchange programs and initiatives visit our websites:

Alumni.state.gov: Provides resources and networking opportunities for past and current participants of U.S. government-sponsored exchange programs.

AmericanEnglish.state.gov: Offers materials and resources for English teachers and students to use both inside and outside of the classroom.

Exchanges.state.gov: A search engine for ECA-sponsored exchange program opportunities for both domestic and foreign audiences.

J1visa.state.gov: Hosts information, including rules and regulations, for J-1 Exchange Visitor Program participants, sponsors, host families, and employers.

EducationUSA.state.gov: Features information for international students about studying in the United States. For U.S. higher education professional, the website also hosts recruitment and resources for meeting campus internationalization goals.

ECA.state.gov: Highlights the Bureau’s history, impact, leadership, and key initiatives. Also includes communications guidance and resources for press and recipient organizations.

CulturalProperty.state.gov: Presents photo guides for import restricted cultural objects. The guides illustrate the types of items that cannot enter the U.S. without proper documentation, such as an export certificate.

StudyAbroad.state.gov: Aggregates foreign and U.S. government-sponsored resources and financial aid resources for U.S. students interested in studying abroad.

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