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  • U.S. Embassy intern Victoria Irvine with OŠ Predoslje students (Photo State Dept.)

    Discussions on U.S. Education

    U.S. Embassy intern Victoria Irvine visited two middle schools, OŠ Predoslje and OŠ Matije Čopa in Kranj, where she discussed the U.S. education system and how it compares to the Slovene system of education.

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  • Charge d’Affaires Gautam Rana (Photo State Department)

    Meeting Ljubljana high school students

    Charge d’Affaires Gautam Rana met with Gimnazija Jože Plečnik students at EU Parliamentarian Lojze Peterle's Office in Ljubljana on Friday.

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  • U.S. Embassy Intern Fletcher Goldinger with the students (Photo State Department)

    How is Living in Wisconsin?

    Almost 100 middle school students gathered to meet us during our first visit to OŠ Kanal in Soča Valley. U.S. Embassy Intern Fletcher Goldinger offered a presentation on the Embassy's activities and his home state, Wisconsin, known for its cold and snowy winters.

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  • Joshua, the U.S. Embassy Marine Security Guards Commander with the students (Photo State Department)

    Visiting a school under the Kamnik Alps

    The U.S. Embassy paid its first visit to "OŠ Marije Vere" in Kamnik on a beautiful sunny day. Embassy Marine Security Guards Commander Joshua showed the students a short presentation about his home, career, and hobbies.

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  • Fletcher Goldinger (Photo State Department)

    “America in three words”

    U.S. Embassy intern Fletcher Goldinger visited the middle school of Franjo Malgaj in Šentjur near Celje to speak with the students about his home state of Wisconsin as well as Embassy activities.

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  • DPAO Izaak Martin visits OŠ Hinka Smrekarja in Ljubljana (Photo State Department)
    A discussion with middle school students

    Deputy Public Affairs Officer Izaak Martin visited OŠ Hinka Smrekarja in Ljubljana. 

  • Bilateral Affairs Officer Major Perry Read at Gimnazija Jesenice (Photo State Department)
    Visit to Gimnazija Jesenice

    Bilateral Affairs Officer Major Perry Read, his spouse Mrs. Kelli Wordekemper, and intern Fletcher Goddfinger visited Gimnazija Jesenice to discuss with about 60 high school students. 

  • Consul Amy Lorenzen visits High School and College for Catering and Tourism in Velenje (Photo State Department)
    Catering and Tourism

    U.S. Embassy Consul, Amy Lorenzen, visited High School and College for Catering and Tourism at the School Center Velenje to meet 50 students. 

  • Photo Exhibit and School Team Project Competition (Photo Luka Dakskobler)
    Green City Design Challenge

    The Green City Design Challenge concept was created by an award winning 6th grade US science teacher using a project based learning model. 

  • Ambassador Hartley and Consul Amy Lorenzen with the Law School students (Photo State Department)
    Diplomatic and Consular Law

    Ambassador Hartley and Consul Amy Lorenzen visited the University of Ljubljana Law School to discuss issues and laws with the Diplomatic and Consular Law class there. 

  • LTC Krist Thodoropoulos at OŠ Škofljica (Photo State Department)
    Last School Visit in 2016

    U.S. Embassy Defense Attaché Lieutenant Colonel Krist Thodoropoulos visited more than 100 students at OŠ Škofljica. 

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FULBRIGHT PROGRAM COMPETITION

  • 2018-2019 FULBRIGHT PROGRAM COMPETITION IS OPEN
    Application Deadline: July 17, 2017
    The Embassy of the United States of Slovenia is pleased to announce the Fulbright Program competition for the 2018-2019 academic year for Slovenian Visiting (Post-Doctoral) candidates and Slovenian (Pre-Doctoral) Visiting research student candidates in the United States.  
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    2018-2019 FULBRIGHT PROGRAM COMPETITION IS OPEN

    Application Deadline: July 17, 2017


    The Embassy of the United States of Slovenia is pleased to announce the Fulbright Program competition for the 2018-2019 academic year for Slovenian Visiting (Post-Doctoral) candidates and Slovenian (Pre-Doctoral) Visiting research student candidates in the United States.  

    Learn more/Apply

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