Tunisian American Young Professionals

TAYP members speak out

  • What a Time to be a TAYPer!

    Photo Credit: Saoussen Besrour of District Photog By Mahmoud Hachicha In March, TAYP will celebrate its 5th year anniversary. This important milestone in the lifetime of our organization is also a great opportunity to grow our membership base and attract more supporters to maintain the momentum we have generated. Today, TAYP is very proud to have over 250 members across the […]

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  • The Doctoral Day: An Opportunity to Empower Tunisian Researchers

    By Ines Ghalleb The Tunisian American Young Professionals organization (TAYP), the Information Resource Center (IRC) and the Tunisian Association of Young Researchers (TAYR) together organized their first Doctoral Day on October 28, 2015 at the IRC at the US Embassy of Tunis. The Doctoral Day was the first session of a series of doctoral days that will […]

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  • TAYP Handicrafts Project Update

      By Anis Mnif  In concordance with the Handicraft Export Project’s sustainability strategy, TAYP continues its collaboration with its partners ONA, CEPEX, US Embassy, Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Tourism and Handicraft, and the Chamber of Commerce. Initially the project started with 8 artisans, and now currently serves 20 artisans representing over 10 handicraft product […]

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  • Universities Deans meeting at Harvard

    The US Department of Commerce’s Commercial Law department organized a study tour on technology transfer an innovation based entrepreneurship. The delegation was composed of Tunisian and Algerian public universities Deans. On March 3rd, the delegation visited Harvard University and various start-up incubators. A roundtable was organized at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government with the […]

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  • US-Tunisia Joint Economic Commission May 6, 2016

      The United States and Tunisia are hosting a Joint Economic Commission (JEC) on May 6, 2016 in Washington D.C. The JEC is an initiative derived from President Beji Caid Essebsi’s visit to Washington in May 2015. It seeks to promote sustainable economic growth and job creation in the US and Tunisia. Breakout sessions are […]

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  • Members of Parliament discuss role of the diaspora with TAYP

    Picture: From left to right: Mariem Malouche (TAYP), Zouhayer Rajbi (MP), Sana Salhi (MP), Lotfi Ali (MP), Ikbel Achour (TAYP), Haikel Belgacem (MP), Nozha Bayaoui (MP), Hela Farah (TAYP) Faouzia ben Fodha (MP). TAYP: members of the Tunisian American Young Professionals.  MP: Member of Parliament of Tunisian Assembly of the Representatives of the People   […]

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