Well, well, well is August already here? Check out our calendar and join us!... read more »
Our July calendar is out!
- learn entrepreneural skills,
- read books and learn English,
- watch good movies, and more!... read more »
Our June calendar is out:
Have a look at what’s happening at the Corner this month!
Plus: The 2017 Summer Reading Program for ages 7 - 25 starts on June 12 - details coming soon!
Plus: Learn how to start a social enterprise or an NGO - sign up for the interactive workshops to learn these valuable skills! We start on June 14.... read more »
English for STEM (Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics), is a Massive Open Online Course, which means you can take it from any part of the world, as long as you have access to a computer or mobile device, and Internet. It is designed for learners at pre-intermediate and intermediate levels who will be able to choose two different tracks to match their skill level. Additionally, you can attend facilitated weekly ... read more »
Get ready for a unique opportunity! American graphic novelist Ben Hatke is visiting the Corner on May 7, at 5 pm! Be sure to come and meet him, and learn about his creative work. We’ll be announcing the winning comics from the Short Comics Contest as well.
High school students, if you’re interested in going to college in the U.S., attend the “Study in the U.S.” presentation with EducationUSA Adviser Biljana Kuzmanovska Tasetovikj, on May 9. Stay tuned for the exact time!
Fans of DIY, join us on May 23 at 6 pm. We’ll be crocheting and making pot holders. Ages 16+
Our Reading Group member... read more »
In this issue you will find:
The United States Peace Corps is a U.S. government agency in Macedonia and seeks qualified and motivated candidates for temporary full-time positions as:
From April 22 to April 30, 2017, every person over 12 years of age who is a fan of writing or drawing was invited to take part in the Short Comics Contest organized by the U.S. Embassy and the American Corners in Macedonia. The rules of participation were very simple: ...