More than 11,000 Indonesians are alumni of U.S. Embassy-sponsored exchange programs. Thousands more have graduated from U.S. colleges and universities.

Are you an #AlumniAS? The U.S. Mission to Indonesia provides ongoing opportunities for alumni to connect with each other and to continue to build on partnerships that were created while they were in the United States.

Alumni of U.S. government-sponsored exchanges are invited to engage in the global International Exchange Alumni community at

In Indonesia, American Spaces including, MyAmerica Jakarta, and throughout the country are available for alumni to hold events free of charge.

For more information, email us at, visit the International Exchange Alumni website and follow #AlumniAS on Facebook and Instagram.

To see the Terms of Service for Alumni Facebook group, please click here (PDF – 282KB).

AEIF Applications OPEN until February 7

The Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund (AEIF) is back! AEIF is an annual grant competition that supports teams of alumni with grants from USD $5,000 up to USD $25,000 to complete public service projects that promote shared values and innovative solutions to global challenges. If you are an alum of U.S. government-sponsored international exchange programs, you can team up with other alumni to apply for an Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund (AEIF) grant!

The AEIF 2020 theme is Women, Peace, and Security

The theme of Women, Peace, and Security includes projects that:

  • Strengthen the role of women in peace, security, and governance;
  • Engage women as partners in preventing terrorism and countering radicalization and recruitment;
  • Promote protection of women and girls from violence, abuse, and exploitation; or,
  • Support women’s political, economic, and civic participation.

Exchange alumni interested in participating in AEIF 2020 should review the complete Notice of Funding Opportunity and submit the application and budget form to by February 7, 2020 at 12.00 a.m. WIB.