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← Internship Programme of German Business for the countries of the Western Balkans LinkedIn 0 Pocket Similar Stories Reddit November 1, 2018 Published by Bojana Tweet The John Smith Trust Wider Europe Fellowship 2019 in UK → Tomorrow’s Leaders Undergraduate Program Share 0 +1 Deadline: 15 November 2018Open to: high school senior or recent high school graduate form Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Syria, and Yemen, who cannot hold U.S. citizenship or be a U.S. Legal Permanent ResidentBenefits: the program covers university tuition and fees, a study abroad experience in the U.S., insurance, housing, and monthly allowanceDescriptionThe U.S. Department of State’s Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) and AMIDEAST are pleased to announce this year’s recruitment for the Tomorrow’s Leaders Scholarship Program. The Tomorrow’s Leaders Scholarship Program is a MEPI initiative for capable and highly motivated high school seniors in the Middle East and North Africa who are from underserved backgrounds. The program will provide four-year university scholarships and internship opportunities at select institutions of higher learning in the Middle East to students who have the potential to become leaders.Eligible students include men and women who represent the region’s cultural, religious, and geographic diversity and are from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds, who could otherwise gain admission to, but would be unable to afford, four years of college at an American university in the Middle East. Tomorrow’s Leaders scholarship recipients should be prepared to begin the program in the Fall 2019 term.EligibilityThis program is open to high school graduates in the Middle East and North Africa, who are qualified but unable to afford a college education. Students enroll at the undergraduate level in a four-year program. For the Fall 2019 enrollment class, applicants must be citizens of Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Syria, and Yemen, and cannot hold U.S. citizenship or be a U.S. Legal Permanent Resident.Applicants must meet the following criteria:Be a high school senior or recent high school graduate at the time of application;Demonstrate strong leadership potential;Be proficient in written and spoken English;Demonstrate strong academic performance;Ability to start the program in August/September 2019.BenefitsThe program covers university tuition and fees, a study abroad experiences in the U.S., insurance, housing, and a monthly allowance. Students requiring English preparatory work may be enrolled in one to two semesters of college preparatory English classes before entering degree programs.How to apply?For more information, please visit the official web page.
Springsteen Bridge School Tracklist:1. You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)2. Born in The USA3. Seeds4. Darlington County5. Mansion On The Hill6. Fire7. Dancing In The Dark8. Glory Days9. Follow The Dream10. Hungry HeartView Tracklist Recently, Bruce Springsteen released a new live album featuring his 1986 performance at the inaugural Bridge School Benefit Concert at Mountain View, CA’s Shoreline Amphitheater. Benefit concert co-founder Neil Young and his bandmates David Crosby, Graham Nash, and Stephen Stills joined Springsteen at the end of his performance for a memorable collaboration.Held on October 13th, 1986, the performance marked Springsteen’s first acoustic performance in over 10 years. Springsteen opened up his Bridge School Benefit Concert set solo and ran through “You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)” and “Born In The U.S.A.”.Following the acoustic debut of “Born In The U.S.A.”, Springsteen welcomed up guitarist Nils Lofgren and accordionist Danny Federici to help play on “Seeds”, “Darlington County”, “Mansion On The Hill”, “Fire”, “Dancing In The Dark”, “Glory Days”, and “Follow That Dream”.Bruce Springsteen ft. Nils Lofgren & Danny Federici – “Follow That Dream”[Video: nugsnet]To close out his performance, Springsteen welcomed up Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young to perform a beautiful rendition of “Hungry Heart”, off of Springsteen’s 1980 The River studio release.Bruce Springsteen ft. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young – “Hungry Heart”[Video: Hjm1963]$2 from each sale of the Springsteen Bridge School live album will go to the Bridge School. Head here to purchase Springsteen Bridge School in various formats.
Libyan PM, UN envoy discuss international measures to stop violence in Tripoli Related Libyan Ambassador to Italy calls for international support on migrant issue EU to support a united Libyan government to ease migration flow Libyan PM Fayez al-Sarraj (AFP） Libyan PM Fayez al-Sarraj (AFP）Libya’s prime minister has begun a short visit to Europe to seek allies in his struggle against military commander Khalifa Haftar.Fayez Sarraj on Tuesday traveled to Italy, the former colonial power, where he met with Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte.After the meeting with Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, he will travel to Berlin to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel.He is then expected to meet the French President Emmanuel Macron, whom he has criticized for supporting his rival, Gen Khalifa Haftar, on Wednesday.Ahead of Sarraj’s tour, Haftar urged his troops to “wipe out the enemy”, in a message read out by LNA spokesman General Ahmad al-Mesmari late Sunday.“Officers and soldiers of our armed forces and affiliates, I greet you during these glorious days and call on you to inflict on the enemy, with your force and determination, an even harder and bigger lesson than before,” the message said.Haftar’s remarks came just hours after the United Nations mission in Libya (UNSMIL) called for “an extendable one-week humanitarian truce” starting at 4:00 am (0200 GMT) Monday, to mark the beginning of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan.Sarraj hopes to “gather support against the aggression” by Haftar, the GNA foreign ministry in Tripoli said.According to the UN, fighting between the LNA and forces backing the GNA has killed at least 432 people, wounded 2,069 and displaced some 55,000 others since April 4th.