With continued support from the U.S. Embassy in Algiers, World Learning is working with six dynamic local partners to launch Community Connections Centers – CCC (C3s) to offer training and activities that build and promote community resilience among youth.

  • Investing in the Liberated University of Anbar


    Building the capacity of the University of Anbar to provide improved educational and career development opportunities to students, thereby preparing graduates with the 21st century hard and soft skills needed to successfully enter the workforce.

  • Reading for Success-National Program for Reading


    The Reading for Success – National Program for Reading activity implemented by Creative Associates International and funded by USAID supports the Ministry of National Education, Vocational Training, Higher Education and Scientific Research in improving reading and writing outcomes at the primary school level. The activity is carried out in partnership with the Ministry to build their capacity in developing effective Arabic language curriculum and instructional materials and delivering professional development programs to education personnel in the relevant areas.

  • Southern Iraq Job Skills Development Program
    برنامج جنوب العراق لتطوير المهارات الوظيفية


    Southern Iraq Job Skills Development Program is an eight-month program that provides 80 undergraduate and vocational students with training, mentorship, and networking opportunities to develop their leadership, job-readiness, business English language, and entrepreneurship skills. 

  • STEAM Discovery Center

    Saudi Arabia

    A hub for innovation where young minds flourish.

  • WE Can Code


    The goal of the WE Can Code Program is to increase the interest and ability of disadvantaged youth in Jordan, particularly young women, to pursue advanced training and ultimately find or create employment in Jordan’s growing ICT sectors.

  • English Language Investment and Training for Economic Success


    The English Language Investment and Training for Economic Success (ELITES) virtual program helps Iraqi youth build the professional skills needed to gain private sector jobs.

  • Kids Can Code

    Iraq, Jordan

    Kids Can Code provides engaging, hands-on coding and English language courses that help children in Iraq and Jordan build foundational skills in STEM subjects, English, and applied learning.

  • NextGen Coders Network (NGCN)

    Iraq, Kuwait, United States, West Bank and Gaza

    The NextGen Coders Network brings together multidisciplinary university students and young professionals from Iraq, the Palestinian Territories, and the U.S. for a virtual exchange to learn coding and collaborate on a website or application that tackles a grand challenge.

  • Quality Instruction Towards Access and Basic Education Improvement (QITABI) 2


    Quality Instruction Towards Access and Basic Education Improvement (QITABI) 2 program aims to improve the reading, writing, and social and emotional learning skills for more than 300,000 students at public primary schools in Lebanon.

  • World Learning ACHIEVE – UNHCR DAFI Scholarship Program


    For refugees, tertiary education contributes greatly to forging durable solutions to post-conflict reconstruction, promotes social, economic and gender equity, and provides hope and empowerment to students and their families.

  • Global Undergraduate Exchange Program


    The Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global UGRAD) brings future leaders to the United States to experience U.S. higher education, gain critical professional skills, and explore new cultures and values.

  • Professional Fellows On-Demand Program


    Global events affecting U.S. foreign policy often unfold at a rapid pace, presenting significant challenges to U.S. public diplomacy efforts, but also unique opportunities for creativity.

  • Leadership Development Fellowship

    Algeria, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen

    The Leadership Development Fellowship (formerly known as the Leaders for Democracy Fellowship (LDF) Program) is a seven-year leadership development initiative designed to advance civic engagement and social entrepreneurship in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

  • International Visitor Leadership Program


    Each year, the International Visitor Leadership Program brings about 4,500 visitors to the U.S. for observational study tours ranging from a period of few days to three weeks.

  • Ouargla University Career Center


    The Ouargla University Career Center provides training, coaching, and other employment services to young graduates.

  • Fulbright Specialist Program


    The Fulbright Specialist Program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and is a unique opportunity for U.S. academics and established professionals to engage in two- to six-week consultancies at host institutions across the globe.

  • International Sports Programming Initiative


    The International Sports Programming Initiative uses sports to promote tolerance and respect for diversity and to help underserved youth around the world develop important leadership skills and achieve academic success.

  • Basrah Employability and Entrepreneurship Program


    The Basrah Employability and Entrepreneurship Program in Basrah, Iraq is a seven-month program which provides 30 undergraduate students with training, mentorship, and networking opportunities, which develop their leadership, job-readiness, and entrepreneurship skills.

  • Alumni Thematic International Exchange Seminars


    Alumni Thematic International Exchange Seminars (Alumni TIES) are regionally focused seminars for U.S. government-sponsored exchange program alumni.

  • Algiers STEM Center


    The Algiers STEM Center strengthens the innovation, critical thinking, and communication skills of the Algerian workforce via direct training of youth, targeted teacher training, and community education forums and events.