How one African woman’s startup spurs new businesses
Thubelihle Ndlovu, who worked with the State Department's Academy for Women Entrepreneurs, helps women in Africa start businesses. Learn how.
U.S. company launches tech careers in Costa Rica
Learn how Intel is helping students in Costa Rica learn science, technology and language skills that will help them succeed.
AWE alumna’s app expands mental health care access
Lynia Huang created an app that uses artificial intelligence to help users diagnose and treat depression. Read more about her innovation.
Workers with disabilities boost U.S. firms
National Disability Employment Awareness Month highlights the potential of people with disabilities in the U.S. workforce.
How a chef in The Bahamas empowers others
Academy for Women Entrepreneurs alumna Chanté Basden is passing business skills along to others while also expanding her bakery.
How U.S. students gain financial literacy
Financial education is now being taught in many U.S. secondary schools, and nonprofit groups are pushing to make it happen nationwide.
AWE alumna matches music and film using AI technology
The Academy for Women Entrepreneurs helped Frinny Lee develop a business that uses artificial intelligence to find music for movies.
AWE alumna’s winery brings economic growth to rural India
The State Department's Academy for Women Entrepreneurs has helped Tage Rita, of India, and many other businesswomen worldwide succeed.
U.S. sends teachers all over the world
State Department programs send U.S. educators overseas to teach and to learn from their global peers. Learn how these programs change lives.