Alumni Services

AMIDEAST offices offer the opportunity for alumni groups of U.S. educational institutions or U.S. Department of State programs to hold meetings for recruitment or networking purposes, as well as to support community activities. Currently, we have Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Program alumni programs in Sanaa and Aden, as well as volunteer opportunities for other alumni. 

Are you a graduate of an exchange or training program administered by AMIDEAST Yemen? Please click on the button below to update your contact information so that we can let you know about further academic and professional opportunities.

Ways that alumni can get involved with AMIDEAST Yemen:

  • All alumni can volunteer to lead an English conversation hour with current AMIDEAST students (in person or via Skype)
  • All alumni can inspire others by sharing your success story with our social media followers
  • YES alumni in Sanaa or Aden can join the YES alumni club
  • MEPI Tomorrow's Leaders scholarship alumni can help facilitate pre-departure orientations for current finalists
  • Alumni in Aden can volunteer to lead career skills training sessions for AMIDEAST interns
  • Alumni of U.S. educational institutions can volunteer to share their international edcuation experience with EducationUSA Yemen advisees  (in person or via Skype)

For more information on how to get involved in any of the above activities, please contact the AMIDEAST Aden offices or Sana'a offices.

U.S. Department of State Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Program alumni spent time playing games and doing arts and crafts with children from a center for the disabled in Sana'a, Yemen.

 

U.S. Department of State Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Program alumni painting, fixing and cleaning a public park in Aden, Yemen.

 

U.S. Department of State Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Program alumni visited the public orphanage in Sana'a, Yemen, to help paint, clean, and play games with the kids.