Connect, Share, Learn
American Spaces are local places for foreign residents to connect – with people, with ideas and with the United States through collaboration and self-discovery. This fully revised website is the go-to, one-stop shop for everything for American Spaces. Look for useful guidance and resources in the management, programming, training and design sections.
Need a New Entrepreneurship Resource?
Startup Smart: A Handbook for Entrepreneurs. This 80-page publication focuses on assisting aspiring entrepreneurs in honestly evaluating their business proposition, understanding and becoming comfortable with business risk and determining the best ways to minimize the risks. Read more.
Highlights from the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History This program kit contains selected objects from NMAAHC that can stimulate discussion and learning about African American history and the broader history of the United States. It is designed as a resource kit for program facilitators. Read more.
Share the American Spaces 2016 Annual Report
Office of American Spaces Annual Report: The Office of American Spaces has released its second annual report. The report outlines how the office’s total budget was allocated and presents numbers of visitors, programs and other data about the activities within the American Spaces. Read more.
American Spaces and their patrons can participate in the English for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics MOOC through the University of Pennsylvania and Coursera. This course is designed for non-native English speakers who are interested in improving their English skills in the sciences. The class begins June 5. A second facilitated course will begin October 16. Read more.
Thanks to the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs support, American Spaces and individual patrons can participate in a MOOCs offered by the prestigious University of Iowa International Writing Program. Power of the Pen: Identities and Social Issues in Poetry and Plays will open on June 17. Read more.