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International Exchange Alumni and AEIF Presentation

Promotional presentation for alumni. Describes the alumni network and the website.

ECA Alumni

on 6 June 2014

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Transcript of International Exchange Alumni and AEIF Presentation

International Exchange Alumni... What's that?
Take a look!
Opportunities to connect to
alumni around the world
Resources for your ideas
A space to improve your skills
Resources for
your ideas
A space to improve
your skills
Opportunities to
connect to alumni
around the world

Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund (AEIF) supports alumni initiatives that promote shared values and innovative solutions to global challenges.

The competition provides small grants to teams of past and current participants of U.S. government-funded exchange programs to carry out public service projects that utilize the skills and knowledge gained through their exchange experiences. 

Empowering Women
Outreach to Underserved Communities
Entrepreneurship and Youth Employment
Expanded Access to Education
Environmental Protection
Government Transparency
Freedom of Expression
Conflict Resolution
Citizen Security
Promoting Civil Society

AEIF Themes in 2014
2-3 weeks: Alumni will post project idea (with budget of up to up to $25,000) and build a team of at least 10 alumni.

Department of State staff will review all proposals and select those that will move to the finalist phase of the competition.

AEIF Competition Phase 1:
Project Submission and
Team Building Phase
2 weeks later: Finalists will be announced on IEA.
2-3 weeks: Finalist teams will refine their proposals and IEA members may vote.
Alumni votes will count as a “panelist in absentia” when the Department of State voting panel meets to select the winning projects.
A Department of State voting panel will review all finalist proposals and announce the winning projects in three weeks later.

AEIF Competition Phase 2:
Finalist Proposals Competition and Voting

Intra-regional or in-country transportation
Trainer or speaker expenses
Reasonable equipment and materials
Meals or refreshments that are integral to the overall project goals
Communications and publicity materials such as manuals or project advertisements

Airfare to or from the U.S.
Sustained staff salaries, office space, and overhead/operational expenses
Large items of durable equipment
Excessive meals, refreshments, or entertainment
Academic research
Provision of direct social services to a population
Support or opposition of partisan political activity

AEIF fund CAN be
used to pay for:
be used to pay for:

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