U.S. Embassy Handover of Education Equipment to the Ministry of Education, Sports, and Culture

The U.S. Embassy hosted a special handover ceremony at the American Corner (2nd floor of Nelson Memorial Library) on June 15 to officially donate  new computers, new chairs, educational and learning materials, furniture and décor to the Ministry of Education, Sports, and Culture for use at the Corner.  The Embassy also pledged to provide another …

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Virtual sessions for Samoan Students a Success

EducationUSA held a one-week virtual program, at the American Corner, to promote higher education in the United States to students from Samoa.  These live sessions allowed students and teachers to virtually join discussions with EdUSA Advisers and twenty U.S. university admission experts who shared their knowledge on a range of topics surrounding the student admissions …

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American Corner

After months of being closed, to adhere to the Government of Samoa’s State of Emergency Orders, we are back in business. We have reading and writing programs along with basic computer skills for Year 1 – Year 8. Check out these dates and learn more about America: August – November: Reading. Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday, for years 1-8 …

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U.S. Embassy Apia – American Corner Program Grant

The U.S. Embassy Apia would like to announce a call for proposals to conduct English Language & Learning Programs, and other educational related activities at the American Corner, upstairs at the Nelson Memorial Library. The American Corner was established by the U.S. Embassy Apia in partnership with the Ministry of Education, Sports, & Culture primarily …

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