From the US Consulate website:
CONSULATE GENERAL NEWS
American Consul General Visits Tulkarem, Meets with Governor, Mayor, and Visits US Funded Projects
During a June 23 visit to Tulkarem, American Consul General Michael Ratney met with Governor Dr. Abdullah Kmeil and Mayor Iyad Jallad, toured the local muqata’a, and visited the al-Mentar museum and a USAID-funded strawberry farm.
Palestinian Journalism Students Use Training on Environmental Issues to Help Their Communities
With a grant provided by the U.S. Consulate General in Jerusalem, more than 60 young Palestinians studying journalism and communications at universities in Ramallah, Hebron, Jerusalem and Nablus received intensive training on environmental awareness and outreach conducted by the Palestinian Center for Environment (CEP).
U.S. Consul General Visits the Nablus-Beit Iba-Deir Sharaf Road - the Largest U.S. Investment in a Single Road Project in the West Bank
And at the Facebook Page. you can find more activities:
a video of Palestinian kids having fun at the American Consulate General’s booth at the Birzeit Heritage Week, June 23-27, 2014
a short video of young Palestinian handicapped athletes playing basketball as part of a U.S. Consulate General sponsored sports program
the graduation of 100 Palestinian teacher trainees after taking a 4-days training with Dr. Leslie Opp-Beckman. The top 12 were selected to take the Professional Certificate in English Language Teaching.
There are independent initiatives for peace education. There are others. And more. These seem to mix things up but I am not that sure that Arabs from the Pal. Authroity participate with Jews who reside nearvy to them, and doubt it.
Peace will not be achieved if one side doesn't know there is another side.