26 05, 2017

Land of the Free Because of the Brave

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Memorial Day is a revered American holiday that honors the memory, patriotism, courage and ultimate sacrifice of American soldiers. In 1971, the last Monday in May was declared the official day for observing the memories of the men and women who lost their lives while serving in the United States military. In the years [...]

9 05, 2017

Inspiring and Teaching Using Robotics

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Wilmar Lee is a robotics fanatic and she’s passing her infectious passion to middle school students in Houston, Texas.  Wilmar is not from Texas, in fact, she’s not an American. She’s a Filipino citizen participating in a teacher exchange program.  Back home, on the other side of the world, Wilmar taught math, computer and [...]

8 05, 2017

Fighting for the Future of Cultural Exchange

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We Never Tire of Fighting for What’s Right - We Hope You Don’t Either! Exchange programs are under intense scrutiny by the new administration and we’re asking once again for your support.  The Trump administration want to ensure our national economy and security, which is why we believe in fighting for the future of [...]

17 03, 2017

Trump Budget Compromises Important Diplomacy Programs

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Our interest in preserving State Department programs, like the visitor exchange, is not self-promoting; it is national security preserving. After 27 years supporting cultural exchange programs, we know that programs aimed at creating global connections work. They accomplish the goal of greater understanding and establish early diplomatic ties with foreigner students, many of whom [...]

1 03, 2017

A Day Without Immigrants is a Sad Day for America

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Restaurants may be closed or short on staff today. Construction projects may come to a grinding halt. Hotels around the country may contend with unmade beds and understaffed restaurants. Lawns and yards may not be manicured or maintained. Fruit and vegetables may wither on the vines. Why? Throughout the country immigrants are protesting Donald [...]