Through Alumni TIES, participants will:
- Increase engagement among U.S. government-sponsored exchange alumni to establish shared identities.
- Have current information about U.S. foreign policy on strategically important issues and use the acquired skills and knowledge to address global challenges.
- Be better equipped to apply their exchange experiences and contribute to the civic life in their home communities.
Alumni TIES seminars take place in six world regions and the United States; each seminar is three to four days for small groups of alumni. The seminars include expert speakers, interactive trainings, participant-led discussions on the seminar’s theme, and alumni networking activities. Through the small grants program, alumni have the opportunity to take action and make a positive difference in their communities.
Learn more about the seminars below!