Five years after her first International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) experience, Solvita Jirgensone will return to the United States as an IVLP alumna.
Assistant Secretary Royce takes us to some of her favorite spots in Washington D.C.
The University of Montana partnered with in-country partner FUSALMO to conduct a two-way sports exchange between Montana and El Salvador focusing on youth who are susceptible to gangs and crime.
National Ability Center sent an American training team and 12 American youth with disabilities, in the sports of alpine skiing and snowboarding, to South Korea to teach Korean youth and coaches best practices. The Korean and American groups had the opportunity to attend the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Paralympics Opening Ceremonies!
World Learning, through a subaward partnership with A World Fit For Kids! brought coaches and administrators from Bahrain, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia to Los Angeles to learn how to better serve youth and to address health issues, such as obesity.
Virginia Commonwealth University, through a subaward partnership with Goals for Girls, conducted a soccer-based program focused on women's empowerment and gender equality through developing young leaders to benefit the youth in India.