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American Councils for International Education

Cause Area

  • Arts & Culture
  • Children & Youth
  • Education & Literacy
  • International

Location

1828 L STREET NWSuite 1200WASHINGTON, DC 20036 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

A leader in international education, academic exchange, and overseas language immersion, American Councils creates opportunities that prepare individuals and institutions to succeed in an increasingly interconnected world.

Description

American Councils for International Education is a premier, international nonprofit creating educational opportunities that prepare individuals and institutions to succeed in an interconnected and increasingly interdependent world.

Through academic exchanges, overseas language immersion, and educational development programs, American Councils designs and administers innovative programs that broaden individual perspectives, increase knowledge, and deepen understanding. After being immersed in other countries and cultures, our participants become culturally aware citizens of the world, contributing to mutual understanding and successful international collaboration.

From developing the first exchanges of Eurasian and American students and teachers in the 70s - to current initiatives supporting collaborative education between the U.S., Middle East, South America, Asia, and Africa - American Councils facilitates overseas experiences that create informed and empowered global citizens. Since 1974, American Councils has responded to the needs of the communities where we work with hundreds of robust, international education programs that include academic exchanges, language immersion, testing and assessment, professional training, community development, and scholarly research.

Reviews

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by Zeynep B. from TR (November 1, 2020)
I was not suitable for voluntary work in this organization due to residental place. However, they reached me out very soon, told me why I could have been eligible and why I could not be onboarded. The message was friendly. Wish best for the project.

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