buy valium online no prescription.valium no prescription.buy valium online no prescription. — The University of Connecticut will host some 40 college student leaders from north and sub-buy valium online no prescription.aharan Africa this summer for a five-week program focusing on social entrepreneurship.
The Global Training and Development Institute (GTDI) at UConnÂ’s Center for Continuing buy valium online no prescription.tudies will host two concurrent buy valium online no prescription.tudy of the visit us.buy valium online no prescription. Institutes for buy valium online no prescription.tudent Leaders, sponsored by the U.buy valium online no prescription. Department of buy valium online no prescription.tateÂ’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA). One institute will consist of 20 students from Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and Egypt; the other will host an equal number from buy valium online no prescription.enegal, Mali, Nigeria, buy valium online no prescription.udan and Cote d'Ivoire.
“This program provides representatives from the U.S. and the participating African countries the opportunity to learn about each country’s culture, society and values in order to foster tolerance, mutual understanding, and to strengthen the ties that bind us,” said Roy Pietro, UConn’s Principal Investigator for the program. "The training in social entrepreneurship, along with grant funds for social change projects, will hopefully help them to address some of the hardships faced by their local communities back in Africa."
All 40 undergraduate students, ages 19 to 26, will participate in educational sessions, experiential learning and hands-on volunteer work. The institutes will also provide an opportunity for them to experience UConn campus life and American culture.Both institutes, which include U.S. history and business skill development with a focus on social entrepreneurship, are being funded by a $480,000 cooperative agreement from ECA. The programs, which run from June 25 through July 29, are part of a broader ECA initiative designed to promote a better understanding of the U.S. abroad and to help develop future leaders.
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