Welcome to our online community focused on globally connected teaching and learning. Contribute ideas, resources, and inspiration!


Latest Activity

Profile Icon via Twitter
RT @rensink_connie: Looking forward to seeing #GlobalEd and #TeachSDG friends Friday if I the weather and travel gods will cooperate! #Firs
Twitter4 hours ago · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
Read our newest featured article! Subscribe to our newsletter at https://t.co/cmIoAcuV8E. Divorce May Soon Be Legal… https://t.co/T4Oc5y4qZv
Twitter6 hours ago · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
Parents as Customers: Three Takeaways in Working with ParentsASCD Inservice https://t.co/oOuOqbs92d
Twitter10 hours ago · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
RT @AsiaSocietyEDU: Please join us on Thursday, March 22, to discuss global leadership with @NEAFoundation and @globaledcon! #globaledchat
Twitter12 hours ago · Reply · Retweet

How to Do Education Business in Bahrain, Up date on Current Events

Event Details

How to Do Education Business in Bahrain, Up date on Current Events

Time: February 1, 2012 from 4pm to 6pm
Location: The Embassy of Bahrain
Street: 3502 International Drive N.W.
City/Town: Washington, D.C. 20008
Website or Map: http://www.bahrainembassy.org
Phone: 240-345-9288
Event Type: monthly, gathering, of, international, education, professionals
Organized By: Carole Robertson-Fenn
Latest Activity: May 30, 2016

Export to Outlook or iCal (.ics)

Event Description

You are cordially invited to get an update on current affairs in Bahrain from Ambassador (Ms.) Houda Ezra Ebrahim Nonoo, and get an overview of the educational system from the Cultural Attache, Ms. Aysha Murad. Learn about resources for recruiting students, educational exchange, and how to do business in the education sector in Bahrain through the Ministry of Education and other agencies. There will also be a brief introduction to the program sponsor, the Global Development Network/iEd, and guest speaker from the U.S. government to explain how they can help facilitate doing business in Bahrain.

Take the Metro to Van Ness and walk to the Embassy, or park in the plaza around International Drive. An RSVP is required for invitation verification. Only the first 85 RSVPs will be accepted. Here are some resources to learn about Bahrain before the meeting:

Embassy of Bahrain

State Department with links to the Library of Congress

Middle East Institute



Carole Robertson-Fenn
Founder,Chair of Board
Global Development Network/iEd
Office) 240-345-9288
E-mail: carolefenn@gdnonline.net

Comment Wall


RSVP for How to Do Education Business in Bahrain, Up date on Current Events to add comments!

Join The Global Education Conference Network

Private Guest List

Carole Robertson-Fenn has decided to hide the list of guests.

© 2018   Created by Lucy Gray.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service