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Volunteerism: United We Serve An International Visitor Leadership Program
Each year, the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) brings over 4,000 foreign visitors from all over the world to the United States to meet and confer with their professional counterparts and to experience the U.S.
International Visitor Leadership Program alumna Betty Chinyamuyamu describes a sustainable development project that she worked on in her home county of Malawi.
Mr. Ali Mzee Ali, Chairman of the Zanzibar House of Representatives, participated in the International Visitor Leadership Program.
Inspired by President Obama's call for renewed commitment to public service, the U.S. Department of State created a new international exchange program "Volunteerism: United We Serve."
Diane Elton speaks about the importance of an International Visitor Leadership group's poignant meeting with Native Americans in Southern California.
Dorothy Riddle tells a story of how the simplest of activities can change someone's whole perspective on life and relationships.
Jena Melancon, Executive Director, Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council, talks about the visit of a group of Boy Scout Leaders to the local Boy Scout chapter, and how their interaction has had lasting community effects.
Katka Letzing, Lead Program Officer and Marketing Manager, Institute for International Education, West Coast Center, San Francisco, California tells a story of learning about individual courage while having fun and developing a new hobby on the San Francisco Bay.
Matt Madden, Program Manager for the Kentucky/Southern Indiana World Affairs Council, tells of a musical journey from Iran to Owensboro and Louisville, Kentucky for a folk, bluegrass and jazz jam.