I was so glad that I had the opportunity to meetthe Chinese Wildlife Conservation IVLP group we hosted July 22-28. The group was composed of government officials, academics,and non-profit conservation groups, and they were from all different parts of China. Two of the group had worked with Pandas and one with Golden Tamarind Monkeys. During their stay in Arizona our visitors were able to learn how the U.S. manages wildlife and habitat through government and NGO involvement, and meet cou
I came to the U.S. as a participant of Korean government exchange program, KoreaWEST. After my language study in San Diego, I moved to Arizona for my internship.With my home-stay family In San Diego, I was pleasantly introduced to American culture: from various American home-style foods to American celebrations on Halloween, Thanksgiving, andChristmas. Also, I made friends from all over the world at my language school and had a great time visiting thebeautiful beaches in San Diego and surfing
Through the U.S. Department of State's premier professional exchange program, International Visitors Leadership Program participants and Global Ties Arizona Members share experiences to strengthen local communities and foster a peaceful, prosperous world.
Through short-term visits to the United States, current and emerging foreign leaders in a variety of fields experience this country firsthand and cultivate lasting relationship
Projects with leaders from various nations within the same region provide diverse perspectives for professionals in our state. They too learn how similar one another are and aim to ask questions benefitting each other’s research and understanding. It is truly a unique interaction that takes place during International Visitor Leadership Program’s with multiple nations. This group from countries throughout Central and South America is a perfect example.
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