USEFP announces Community College Initiative Program 2016 for Young professionals
Islamabad: The United States Education Foundation Pakistan (USEFP) has announced its Community College Initiative Program (CCIP) 2016 through which young professionals having a 14 years of education or 2,3 years’ bachelor’s degree will be going to the US and study at a community college for one year.
Priority areas for this program include agriculture, media, applied engineering, business management and administration, early childhood education, public safety (rescue/disaster risk reduction) and tourism and hospitality management.
Currently employed candidates meeting the set criteria have been advised to submit to their applications on or before December 01, 2015 at the USEFP office, Islamabad. Application can be downloaded from USEFP’s website.
It is worth-noting that every year more than 50 students go to the US through this program.