Embassy in a Box at a Governor's Residence
Busy day in Växjö - flipping pancakes for hungry 8th-graders, answering questions at the Linneaus University, hosting the first-ever s.a.g.a. stund, all the while many visitor took the opportunity to sit down with the Consul and the Foreign Commercial Service.
In addition, Consul Martin Tatuch, assisted by representatives of the Education USA Student Corps and Public Affairs, talked about studying in the U.S. and getting that much-needed visa.
Before packing up the Embassy in a Box for this time, PAO Chris Dunnett moderated an open forum on how to build on the history of U.S.-Swedish relations while reaching out to and engaging with the next generation.
To see photos from the day in Växjö, please visit the Embassy's Flickr photostream. You can also visit our YouTube page to listen to the local high school choir which helped to end the Växjö stop on a high note.
See the below links for various media outlets' reporting on the Embassy stop in Växjö. (Please note that most information on these links will be in Swedish.)