The EducationUSA advising center at Fundacion del Empresariado Chihuahuense, A.C (FECHAC) in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, offers professional educational advising services to approximately 1800 students each year. Operating at the comprehensive level, our advising center services students who are interested in engaging in academic experiences in the U.S. From studying English as a foreign language, participating in short term exchanges, enrolling into full academic degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels at accredited U.S. higher education institutions, our EducationUSA advising center promotes a wide variety of academic opportunities and supports students, parents, teachers, local governments and higher education institutions in their efforts to achieve their academic mobility goals.
The center provides a variety of educational services, including free introductory public information sessions on various topics of U.S. education, webinars, individual consultations on U.S. study, and application support services. It also provides logistical support to accredited U.S. higher education institutions on recruitment in Mexico as well as supports open public events such as presentations and fairs to promote exchange opportunities, working closely with the local educational community.
Our host, Fechac is a non-profit, non-partisan, independent and autonomous grant-making foundation. its purpose is to address critical community needs in our three program areas: quality basic education, preventive health, and creation of social capital. We strive to improve the quality of life of Chihuahua residents by promoting corporate social responsibility, civic engagement, and strengthening civil society organizations, in the ongoing and demanding task to build and improve our community. Advisees from all the state of Chihuahua are benefited from the EducationUSA Ciudad Juarez Center.
EducationUSA Ciudad Juarez is a space in which the local community can enjoy cultural and educational activities that promote the strong bond among the U.S. and Mexico.