More details about the Thank You Fulbright Campaign can be found at http://www.Facebook.com/ThankYouFulbright.
Via this webpage (below), you and other Fulbrighters will be submitting Thank You letters to an Ambassador in Washington, DC. This is so that we -- current grantees, alumni, and friends of Fulbright -- can acknowledge the invaluable support that the Fulbright program receives from governments around the world.
Via the Facebook page, you can see sample letters and also learn about events that fellow Fulbrighters around the world are hosting in early April to celebrate and commemorate the 109th Anniversary of Senator Fulbright's birth (born April 9, 1905).
If you are a US citizen, the letter will go to the Ambassador of the country that hosted you. If you came to the USA on a Fulbright, it will go to the Ambassador of your home country. Those who were host to a visiting Fulbrighter or have some other affiliation to the Fulbright program are welcome to send a letter as well.
Fulbright exchanges are publicly funded, so in your letter, please provide specific examples of how your Fulbright was beneficial to society. If you wrote a letter in 2012 or 2013, your new letter can describe some recent benefits that came about because of your Fulbright, or you can share other stories about the past.
If you would like to immediately make your letter public, please copy your note before click the "submit" button and paste a copy on our Facebook page.
We apologize for the simplicity of this website. This is a temporary page, and a more advanced site (with nice graphics, images, and more history) will be available later in the campaign.
The TYF 2014 Coordinators