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  • A Police Officer inspects a car at Costa Rica south border (State Deparment)
    U.S. funded border checkpoint in the Southern Zone

    Costa Rican Border Police officers demonstrate that advanced training, teamwork and the right tools can make a difference in citizen security... 

  • Artist Roland Hockett is in Costa Rica to work on his sculpture, which for years stood in San Jose’s Parque 9-11 (State Department)
    U.S. Artist Revives Statue Honoring Victims of the 9-11 Attacks

    A statue commemorating the victims of the deadly terror attacks of September 11th, 2001 is getting restored for the second time. Artist Roland Hockett is in Costa Rica to work on his sculpture... 

  • A group of 4 people(State Department)
    Play Ball!

    With the Major League Baseball season about to get underway, what better time for the Embassy to visit the company that makes all the baseballs used by the league? Rawlings factory in Turrialba... 

  • Group picture(State Department)
    Intellectual Property at the Border

    The World Customs Organization, in partnership with agencies of the United States government, opened up a 8-day intensive regional training program in Costa Rica ... 

  • Scholarships to Study English (State Department)
    Scholarships to Study English

    Their willingness to achieve and learn earned 86 students from San Isidro del General grants for a full two-year program to study English through the U.S. Government’s Access Microscholarships... 

  • In pursuit of more opportunities for educational exchanges (State Department)
    Opportunities for educational exchanges

    On March 18th, Costa Rica hosted the conference New Opportunities for Mobility and International Education which brought together public and private universities in Central American ...