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  • Ambassador Hartley at the Summer Economics Institute opening (Photo State Department)

    SEI 2016 - Start

    The 5th US Embassy-AmCham Slovenia Summer Economics Institute (SEI) Student Internship Program gives 15 Slovenian university students an understanding of economics, business and entrepreneurship through a two-week US professor led Lean Start-Up course, site visits and internships.

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    “My Parks” National Parks Photo Contest

    In order to celebrate the Centennial of the National Parks System, we are collecting our Facebook followers’ best photos of National Parks in the United States.

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  • U.S. Ambassador Brent R. Hartley (Photo State Department)

    Independence Day Celebration

    Remarks by U.S. Ambassador Brent R. Hartley, Castle Fužine, Ljubljana, June 30, 2016

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  • Trafficking in Persons Report 2016 (DoS)

    Trafficking in Persons Report 2016

    "If there is a single theme to this year’s Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report, it is the conviction that there is nothing inevitable about trafficking in human beings..." – John F. Kerry, Secretary of State

  • Secretary Kerry (Photo State Department)

    On the Occasion of Slovenia’s Statehood Day

    Statement by Secretary Kerry: "On behalf of President Obama and the American people, I congratulate the people of Slovenia on the 25th anniversary of your Statehood Day on June 25..."

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  • Regional Security Officer at "Biotehnicna šola Rakičan" (Photo State Department)
    A Lively Discussion on Agriculture

    Our last school visit in this school year took us to the Biotechnical School Rakican for the first time. 

  • Regional Security Officer visits “Srednja zdravstvena šola Murska Sobota” (Photo State Department)
    Health Care Discussion

    The U.S. Embassy Regional Security Officer visited the High School for Health Care in Murska Sobota where he introduced himself and his work at the embassy. 

  • Deputy Public Affairs Officer Izaak Martin visits a middle school in Dobravlje (Photo State Department)
    Say “Toy Boat” Five Times Fast

    U.S. Embassy Deputy Public Affairs Officer Izaak Martin visited a middle school in Dobravlje to speak with 43 ninth graders.  

  • Political and Economic Counselor Beth Mader at OŠ Mirana Jarca in Ljubljana (Photo State Department)
    "Cool" and Creativity

    What is cosplay? Fan fiction? Fannish language? LARPing? Political and Economic Counselor Beth Mader explained all that and more to 30 students at OŠ Mirana Jarca in Ljubljana.  

  • Political and Economic Counselor Elizabeth Mader and Public Affairs Officer Philip Beekman with the visiting students (Photo State Department)
    Bilateral Relations

    Visiting Business and Engineering students from the @University of Kansas met with Political and Economic Counselor Elizabeth Mader and Public Affairs Officer Philip Beekman. 

  • U.S. Embassy Marine Security Guards visit “Osnovna šola Fram” (Photo State Department)
    Cultural Day in Fram

    Two U.S. Embassy Marine Security Guards paid a visit to “Osnovna šola Fram” on the school's cultural day. 

  • Deputy Public Affairs Officer Izaak Martin and 2013 University of Nebraska-Omaha graduate Maja Mihalinec (Photo State Department)
    Study in the U.S. through Sports

    Deputy Public Affairs Officer Izaak Martin and 2013 University of Nebraska-Omaha graduate Maja Mihalinec (also Slovenian athlete of the year and Olympics qualifier for Rio 2016!) visited Gimnazija Šentvid yesterday to discuss study in the U.S. through sports scholarships. 

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    Release of the 2015 Human Rights Report

    Secretary Kerry (Apr. 13): "It is important to underscore that the reports that we release today, as voluminous as they are, represent just a tiny fraction of what this department does to advance freedom and dignity across the globe." ...   Section related to Slovenia »

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    Study in the USA

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