Turkish-American Hour Episode 75

Turkish American Television Presents

Education in America
&
2011 Turkish Festival in DC

Education in America

Studying at an American University if not only a dream of Turkish students, but a dream of students worldwide. However, living the dream is another matter. Going to a foreign country,  to the culture, and find the right school at not easily done. This is where educational advisory firm can help.

Tamer Turkman and Goksin Carey

Turkish-American Hour Host Goksin Carey interviewed Tamer Turkman, founder and president of Study in America, an international educational advisory firm.  Study in America has been helping would be students since 1993. Head Quartered in Baltimore, the firm has been helping students from Turkey, Azerbaijan, and throughout the world live the dream of studying in America by providing advice and help with applications to prestigious American universities.

Washington’s Best

TATV covers the 9th annual Turkish Festival DC voted by the City Paper as Washington’s best.

Turkish Festival at Freedom Plaza, Washington, DC

As in prior years this year’s festival featured a rich mixture of performances, mouth watering Turkish food, and a potpourri of cultural and touristic exhibitions. This year’s special event was the declaration of Ankara and Washington DC to be city papers. Ankara’s Mayor Melih Gocek and Washington DC’s Vincent Gray signed the agreement in front of an enthusiastic throng of festival goers.

Well known musician Ferhat Gocer sang the Turkish and American national anthems before dignitaries including Turkish Ambassador Namik Tan and his wife. Gocer put on a spirited performance despite drizzly rain and chilly temperatures.

Turkish American Hour was a proud sponsor of this colorful event.

For broadcasting schedule, please check http://turkishamericantv.org/program
To watch this show on Internet, please visit http://turkishamericantv.org/episode-75

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