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United States Wyoming


Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs

  • 34 Wyoming residents hosted or supported 12 International Visitor Leadership Program participants who visited the state, volunteering a total of 122 hours of service. – More: 

Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs

  • Film remains one of the most powerful public diplomacy tools for educating and involving communities about health risks. Based in Jackson, WY, the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival implemented a grant to deploy through an international network of American Spaces, U.S. missions, and consulates a curated collection of high quality, impactful and science-based documentary films which explore the issues surrounding mosquitoes and other vector-borne disease. With films accompanied by information and discussion guides, this health diplomacy program ran from September 2017 to December 30, 2018. The program worked with top U.S. film producers and health experts in India to reach hundreds of health care professionals as part of an outreach strategy to support the goals of the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA). International visitors also came to Boston to attend the 2018 Science Media Awards and Summit regarding the use of film/video to educate the public. – More: 
  • The Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (OES) continues financial support to the Forest Products Laboratory (FPL) in Madison, Wisconsin. FPL employs 60 research scientists and is working to develop technologies for rapid identification of timber species to combat illegal logging. The program also increases international engagement of U.S. scientists and researchers in collaborative activities worldwide to advance technology and innovation. – More: 

Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration

  • Refugee Arrivals in Fiscal Year 2017: 0 (none). The Department works with nine domestic non-governmental organizations, which place refugees with more than 325 affiliates in roughly 190 communities around the country. These local affiliates work closely with community partners, congregations, volunteers, and state and local officials to provide a successful start for refugees rebuilding their lives. Refugee communities have historically enhanced the economic dynamism and cultural vitality of our nation. Refugees contribute to the United States in numerous ways, including by starting businesses and joining the U.S. military. This program helps the world’s most vulnerable refugees find permanent homes, and it demonstrates the immense generosity of the American people. – More: 

Bureau of Political-Military Affairs

Travel and Security

Bureau of Consular Affairs

Bureau of International Organization Affairs

Bureau of Diplomatic Security

  • Diplomatic Security San Francisco Field Office serves Wyoming. Diplomatic Security has offices throughout the United States staffed with special agents and contract investigators, who conduct criminal, counterterrorism and background investigations. Agents assigned to field and resident offices assist in providing support to the protection of the Secretary of State, the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, and visiting foreign dignitaries. Liaison with federal and local law enforcement, foreign mission personnel, local officials, and the private sector complements their major responsibilities. – More: 

Jobs and Economy

Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs

Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs

  • The Department of State, in partnership with agencies across the federal government, creates jobs for American workers by opening markets and eliminating trade barriers overseas and by attracting foreign direct investment to the United States. In 2018, goods exported totaled $1.3 billion. Those exports supported approximately 5,384 Wyoming jobs (2016) and foreign direct investment into Wyoming supports an additional 7.300 jobs (2016). – More: 

Bureau of Global Talent Management

Bureau of Global Public Affairs

  • The Thomas R. Pickering and Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship Programs encourage applications from minority groups historically underrepresented in the U.S. Foreign Service, women, and those with financial need. Each fellowship provides financial assistance towards the completion of a two year master’s degree in a field related to the Foreign Service, academic funding, mentorship and two internships – one in the U.S. and the other abroad at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate. Fellows commit to a minimum of five years in the Foreign Service. Currently, there are 2 active participants from the state of Wyoming. – More: 


Bureau of Global Talent Management

  • Diplomat-in-Residence (Stewart Devine): Diplomats in Residence (DIRs) are career Foreign Service Officers or Specialists located throughout the U.S. who provide guidance and advice to students, professionals and the community about Department careers. – More: 

Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs

Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs

  • Casper College is a member of the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs supported Consortium of Universities for Drug Demand Reduction. ICUDDR facilitates networking among universities to promote high quality education and training in the field of addiction prevention, treatment and public health interventions. It also pursues related applied addictions research, outreach and advocacy.

Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs

  • As a result of a U.S. Mission Brazil-funded visit to the United States, the State University of Goias established a partnership with the University of Wyoming to create an English immersion program for 60 Brazilian students and faculty. Wyoming faculty, students and volunteers traveled to the city of Pirenopolis and spent one week interacting with the Brazilian participants in English. As a follow up to this program, State University of Goias president and Director for International Affairs traveled to Wyoming to meet with University of Wyoming leadership and discuss future collaboration between the U.S. and Brazilian institutions. University of Wyoming partnered with Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, Mérida (Mexico) to develop a new course in which engineering students will participate in a bilateral exchange. During the course, they will study structural and cultural aspects of the architecture of the Mayan ruins in Mexico and of the strength design methodology of the U.S. masonry code in Wyoming and Colorado. These exchanges were part of the 100,000 Strong in the Americas Innovation Fund, the dynamic public/private sector collaboration between the U.S. Department of State, Embassies, NGOs, companies, and foundations that inspires U.S. universities and colleges in the United States to team up with higher education institutions in the rest of the Western Hemisphere region. – More: 

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