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IVLP Participants Learn about Cities through a Global Lens

City-to-city partnerships across the world increase investment in local communities, attract international students, increase tourism, and enrich civil society.

Would You Run a Marathon With Your Host Mom?

host mother and au pair

Soon after meeting, host mom Candice asked her au pair Laura if she would join her in running the New York City Marathon.

International Students Lead to U.S. Jobs

1 million students contributed $36 billion to the U.S. economy, leading to 400k U.S. jobs.

Global Leadership

565 leaders around the world have participated in Department of State exchange programs.

U.S. Economy

International students contributed 32.8 Billion to the U.S. economy in the 2015-2016 academic year.

State by State Impact

International students bring nearly $36 billion to the U.S. economy.

Americans Learn Critical Languages

2500 American students learn critical languages abroad on ECA programs every year.

U.S. Volunteers Introduce American Culture

40,000 U.S. volunteers introduce IVLP participants to U.S. culture through 89 community-based organizations in 45 states.
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New Year's Eve in Dubai

Before traveling to Oman on the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange & Study (YES) Program, Dylan Hoey had never left the United States.