March 2010

Zapraszamy wszystkim uczestnikom tego programu dołączyć się do nas na Facebooku!  

Elżbieta uczestniczyła w programie Summer Work & Travel latem 2007r. i pracowała w stanie Rhode Island.  Teraz jest specjalista ds. reklamy i marketingu w firmie internetowej i tez prowadzi wlasna działalność.    Podziela swoje wspomnienia:

Dzięki W&T poprawilam zdolności jezykowe na tyle ,że bez problemu rozmawiam z ludzmi z całego świata, dzwoniącymi do pracy. Rozwinęłam również zdolnoć relacji miedzynarodowych. Dzięki temu realizuję zlecenia od osób z zagranicy.

 Żeby przeczytać więcej, proszę kliknąć link poniżej!

 Żeby podzielić się waszymi doświadczeniami i wziąć udział w losowaniu upominka od ambasady, proszę wypełnić tę ankietę.


The U.S. Embassy in Warsaw invites you to a presentation and discussion with Wanda Urbanska, TV producer and author/host of “Simple Living with Wanda Urbanska” on PBS television. She is long-time advocate of sustainability, who has been identified by The New York Times as the “spokeswoman for a phenomenon known as the simplicity movement.” This event will take place on March 25 at 5:00 pm at Warsaw’s Main Public Library at ul. Koszykowa 26/28. The event is open to public and simultaneous translation will be provided. Wanda Urbanska is an author and co-author of several books on the simple living concept: The Heart of Simple Living: 7 Paths to a Better Life, Less is More; Simple Living; Nothing’s too Small to Make a Difference; Moving to a Small Town. She has recently spent most of her time in Poland on sabbatical leave, writing a new book. She will share some insights of her Polish experience on simple living during the presentation. For more information about Wanda Urbanska please visit her website:

Check out the State Department’s new Opinion Space

We are interested in your perspectives and input on a series of important foreign policy questions.  “Opinion Space” is a new discussion forum designed to engage participants from around the world.

Every participant chooses a “point of view” on a global opinion map. Your position is not based on geography or predetermined categories, but on similarity of opinion: those who agree on basic issues are neighbors, those who are far apart have agreed to disagree.  You can instantly see where you stand in relation to other participants; by reviewing their comments, you help the community highlight the most insightful ideas. 

Let us know what you think!

More women are serving in elected and appointed offices at local, state and federal levels of government than ever before, thanks to the help of many who paved the way since America’s earliest days for women to fully realize the rights of citizenship. 

Follow the timeline of growth of women in U.S. government, beginning with our early female political pioneers, like Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott in Seneca Falls, New York, leading up through our present day women leaders, like Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

The U.S. Embassy in Warsaw, the U.S. Consulate in Krakow, and the Zacheta National Gallery of Art invite you to a discussion with renowned American architects Anne Dyson and Christopher Sharples, who will address “New American Architecture: Architecture as an Ecological System” during a digital video conference on Wednesday March 10 at 11 a.m. The program, which is free and open to the public, will take place at the Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Sala Kinowa (entrance from ulica Burschego).

Anne Dyson is a director of the Center of Architecture, Science, and Ecologies (CASE) at the School of Architecture at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. Christopher Sharples, a leading American architect and one of the founders of the SHoP Architects in New York, has taught at Parsons School of Design, the City University of New York, Columbia University, Yale University, and the University of Virginia.

Wednesday’s conference will be held in English, and Polish commentary will be given by Wojciech T. Oktawiec, president of Path Architecture in New York. The audience in Warsaw will connect to Krakow, where both architects are lecturing about modern American architecture to the general public.

March is Women’s History Month, and today, March 08, we are celebrating International Women’s Day.  International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future. 

This publication takes an inspiring  look at Women of Influence throughout U.S. history.

Do you have a role model within these pages?

Entrance is free at CSW’s Kino.Lab (ul. Jazdów 2)!

Friday, March 5

18:00 Within Our Gates, Oscar Micheaux, director; USA, 1920

19:30 Body and Soul, Oscar Micheaux, director; USA, 1925 + Veiled Aristocrats, Oscar Micheaux, director; USA, 1932

Saturday, March 6

17:00 Sidney Poitier. One Bright Light, Lee Grant, director; USA, 2000 18:00 The Defiant Ones, Stanley Kramer, director; USA, 1958

Sunday, March 7

20:00 In the Heat of the Night, Norman Jewison, director; USA, 1967

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