About the Author: Molly Teas serves as Senior Advisor for Education in the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs.
With more than 100,000 Indian students studying in the United States each year, young people in India tend to know a fair amount about U.S. cities, culture and businesses. But fewer than 3,000 U.S. students study in India annually. It’s been one of my goals as Senior Advisor for Education in the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs to see the number of U.S. students going to India increase. During the Secretary’s recent trip to India, she announced an exciting new initiative that I hope will help American young people get to know India better: Passport to India.
Passport to India will promote internships for American high school and college students in India. Funded entirely by private companies,… more »
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