Supporting greater inter-sectoral coordination between education and labor The OAS, through the DHDEE, promotes the education-labor coordination, recognizing that it is indispensable to respond to educational and labor challenges in terms of quality, equity and inclusion, and to take advantage of opportunities and forge the future of work in the Americas >>Read more
Working to improve the quality of education in the Americas through teacher training In response to a mandate from the VI Inter-American Meeting of Ministers of Education, the Inter-American Teacher Education Network (ITEN) was born, which is one of the initiatives of the DHDEE that aims to contribute to the improvement of quality and equality of education in the Americas by promoting the exchange of knowledge, capacity building, and technical assistance to advance the teaching profession in the region. >>Read more
Promoting access to scholarship opportunities and financial aid Rowe Fund to support human development in the Americas The OAS, through the DHDEE, promotes education and human development in the Americas through scholarship opportunities for undergraduate, graduate, and short term courses through different programs. >>Read more
Supporting quality education for children in vulnerable Caribbean environments The Educational Portal of the Americas, through the ProFuturo Educational Program, addresses the educational gap in the Caribbean by providing quality digital education for children in vulnerable environments. >>Read more
NEW SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN THE REGION AND IN THE WORLD!
Inter-American Network for Labor Administration (RIAL)
TESTIMONIALS FROM OAS SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
"With a degree from Michigan State University College of Law, I intend to continue working for the development of policies that contribute to help countries in the most diverse levels of development to implement and evolve their food industries and help feed the people. This scholarship provides the opportunity to pursue the education necessary for me to bring about the economic development needed to do so.”
Victoria S. 2018 Global Food Law OAS CoL Scholarship Awardee.
"My experience here at UWI has been very rewarding, and I certainly look forward to maximising the rest of the time that I have here at this instituition. I would like to say a heartfelt thank you again, to the OAS, for affording me the opportunity to attend this institution."