Saturday, October 26, 2013

New Website!

The American Corner - Tunis has a new website! Be sure to check here for all the latest news, information and updates on whats happening here at the AC.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Week of October 21st

Monday: Beginner level conversation hour

Tuesday: Conversation Hour - Extraterrestrials, is there life outside of earth? 4:30pm

Wednesday: Skype with AC Sousse- 4:00pm

Thursday: Skype with Tunisian Fulbright student living in Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 4:00pm

Friday: Drama Club information session - If you are interested in participating in a drama club, come to this information session to learn more! 4:00pm

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Week of October 14th

Monday: Closed for Aid

Tuesday: Closed for Aid

Wednesday: Closed for Aid

Thursday: Documentary and discussion - Five Broken Cameras 4:00pm

Friday: It's World Food Day! Video and presentation starting at 4:00pm

Monday, October 7, 2013

Week of October 7th

Monday: Conversation Hour - Bullying, who causes bullying in school and how can it be prevented? 4:00pm

Tuesday: Book Club Meeting - Interested in joining a book club? Come to our first meeting and see if this is for you! 4:30pm

Wednesday: Small business owners video series. 4:30pm

Thursday: Information session for Cisco Entrepreneurship Course at Amideast. 3:00

Friday: Skype with AC Gamiba! Time to be announced.

Monday, September 30, 2013

Week of September 30th

Monday: Conversation Hour - 4:00pm (Topic to be decided)

Tuesday: Phonetics Workshop - 4:30pm

Wednesday: AC Closed until 1:00pm, Caroline will be out of office.

Thursday: The Entrepreneurial Idea: How to turn innovative thoughts into action - Video 4:30pm

Friday: Human Rights Culture Academy event. 4:00 AC Basement

Friday, September 27, 2013

Human Rights Culture Academy

Join us today for in information session for Human Rights Culture Academy, an up and coming NGO founded by AC members Ruaa Krimi and Jamil Chouri. They will discuss the aims and goals of this NGO, future projects and how you can get involved. Today at 4:00

Monday, September 23, 2013


Don't forget to join us today at 4:00pm for an information session about the Soliya Connect Program. If you are interested in participating this semester, here is a brief overview:

The Connect Program is a virtual cross-cultural exchange program that focuses primarily on the relationship between Western societies and predominantly Muslim societies, and works with college-age / level students. Participants are placed in groups of approximately 8-9 other students, they meet their respective groups each week for the 8 weeks of the Program semester via a videoconferencing platform. Each of the 8 sessions is 2 hours long, and students are expected to attend the full session, and complete 2 sets of assignments over the course of 8 weeks.