Alumni Affairs


The U.S. Embassy in Haiti is pleased to announce the launch of the 2024 Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund (AEIF).  AEIF 2024 promotes the relationship between the U.S. government and its exchange alumni while advancing foreign policy goals.

Pending availability of funds, AEIF will consider proposals between $5,000 and $35,000.  The submission deadline for proposals is February 15, 2024.

Please refer to the attached “2024 AEIF – NOFO” document on the right-hand side of this announcement to see an overview, eligibility requirements, and other important guidance for this opportunity.

Participation in an exchange program is not a one-time event, but rather the beginning of an exchange of ideas that continues throughout a participant’s life.  Hundreds of Haitian students and professionals have benefitted from programs offered by the Office of Public Diplomacy at the U.S. Embassy, Port au Prince.  To maintain a strong working relationship with these well-rounded individuals, the Cultural Affairs Section has special programs and opportunities specifically for these alumni.

Alumni find many ways to implement what they’ve learned while on their exchange program after returning home.  Around the globe, alumni are fostering mutual understanding by sharing their talents, knowledge, experience, and time with their community. Many have also risen to positions of prominence. Read about how individuals are giving back.

The Office of the Alumni Coordinator in Haiti promotes greater contact, cooperation, and programming with former participants of U.S. Government funded educational and cultural exchange programs.  It also maintains a database of alumni records and shares relevant information and new opportunities with alumni.  All program alumni are encouraged to stay in touch.  For more information, email

To learn more about the global alumni community, visit our main International Exchange Alumni.