U.S. Embassy Islamabad Helps Pakistani Students Develop Critical Skills

May 26, 2011
Officer Seymour Conducts the Public Speaking Skills Session in Islamabad

U.S. Embassy Islamabad hosted a public speaking workshop at Fatima Jinnah Women University on May 26. Assistant Cultural Affairs Officer Jason Seymour led the seminar, which provided information on public speaking and debate skills to 40 students from the university.

The embassy has recently sponsored a number of events that provide encouragement for the academic pursuits of local students and focus on the art of public speaking, a skill that has a dramatic impact on the success of students and professionals. These events include workshops and a competition that was held in March.

"The United States has a strong commitment to promoting education in Pakistan and helping students discover and sharpen their talents," Seymour said.

The U.S. Embassy in Pakistan, along with a large network of active alumni of U.S. government-funded exchange programs, conducts many activities designed to promote education, including college fairs and interactive events with Pakistani and American experts in a variety of fields. The embassy administers the U.S. government's largest educational and cultural programs in the world. These programs are important components of the U.S. commitment to provide educational opportunities for Pakistani students, increase people-to-people ties, and build a partnership with Pakistan.

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Mehru K.
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Pakistan
June 16, 2011

Mehru K. in Pakistan writes:

This workshop was really very interactive. We not only learned things but also enjoyed from the activities we did. The speakers esp Jason Seymour and Dilawar Khan (DK) were amazing. The experienced remained extremely well.

Adnan
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Pakistan
June 25, 2011

Adnan in Pakistan writes:

such workshops really works in inhancing students abilities but students from such universities are already getting a good education.

where i live is a large village surrounded by many small villages,here education is at its worse,there is a gov and pvt school but the teachers are not well trained enough.i want to start a series of workshop for teachers and students to divert their mind towards education plus youth of my village are surrounded by drugs adicts and are falling in a greater number these days.

there are many a problems which needs attention on emergency basis,i believe if usaid of united states of america will help me i can solve such problems.thanks

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