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Last Q&A before Virtual NSLI-Y Fall '23 application closes!

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aatk
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2023-06-05 14:52
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Virtual NSLI-Y

Do you know U.S. high school students with an interest in live, online foreign language learning?

Are you a high school student deciding whether to apply to Virtual NSLI-Y?

Attend tomorrow's final Q&A session before the fall deadline, or view our Q&A Zoom recording!

Virtual NSLI-Y Office Hours and Q&A

Tuesday, June 6, 2023 @ 6:30 PM ET - Register here!

Can't make it to our Q&As? View May 25th recording here!

Join us for a casual chat about the program and ask any questions you may have. We invite you to join us for the whole session, but drop-ins are also welcome!

Virtual NSLI-Y, a program of the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, provides U.S. high school students with beginner-level foreign language and culture experience. Eligible U.S. high school students can apply to Virtual NSLI-Y to study Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Hindi, Korean, Russian, or Turkish. Selected finalists will receive a merit scholarship to study the language and associated culture(s) in live, online classes with peers from across the U.S.!

Virtual NSLI-Y Fall 2023 Application Now Available!

Deadline to Apply: Thursday, June 15, 2023, 4 PM US Eastern Time

Click here to apply for Virtual NSLI-Y!

In addition to our webinar and website, you can visit the NSLI-Y FacebookInstagram, and NSLI-Y Interactive site to learn from past participants’ experiences and engage with our team.

Have further questions?

Email us at virtualnsliy@americancouncils.org

Call us at 202-833-7522

Virtual NSLI-Y administrators strongly encourage applicants to ask any questions and submit the application well in advance of the deadline. Any technical problems with the application form should be reported to virtualnsliy@americancouncils.org. NSLI-Y and American Councils for International Education bear no responsibility for data transmission problems in submitting the application.

For more information regarding this website and news posting, please contact aatk@aatk.org

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