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Expand your world, exchange ideas, share your expertise, and discover new cultures during one of our upcoming programs and events. Global Ties Detroit connects emerging international leaders with their counterparts in Southeastern Michigan. We’re always looking for new partners to collaborate with.
Global Ties Detroit is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Atlas Corps! Together we facilitate fellowships between the best global rising leaders and SE Michigan organizations addressing social issues. Fellows volunteer at organizations for 12 to 18 months and are enrolled in an ongoing training program.DETAILS
This two-part program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State is for two groups of 10-12 educators from all over the world. The second group of delegates are coming from Brazil, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Republic of Korea, Russia, Taiwan, Tajikstan, and Turkey.
They will be visiting Detroit to examine Summer Camp Management II.DETAILS
This US State Department-sponsored International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) is for 14 women's health professionals from Egypt, Japan, Lesotho, Malaysia, Marshall Islands, Morocco, Nigeria, Philippines, Russia, Trinidad and Tobago, United Arab Emirates (UAE), and the West Bank, who will be visiting Detroit to examine Global Women's Health Issues.DETAILS
This US State Department-sponsored International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) is for 9 Educators from the Palestinian Territories and Israel and their U.S. State Dept. liaisons, who will be visiting Detroit to examine Education Innovation.DETAILS
This US State Department-sponsored International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) is for four community advocates and officials from Spain exploring Empowering Communities to Prevent Radicalization Among Youth.DETAILS
Enterprising Detroiters took advantage of our proximity to Canada, making the Detroit area a hub of activity during the Prohibition years. This unique tour will give our guests a chance to explore this chapter in our history first-hand by sailing past some of the bootleggers’ favorite locations along the Detroit River.
While cruising, plan to shop in The Peacock Room pop-up shop with Prohibition-era accessories that will make you look like the cat’s meow!
To register call: Global Ties Detroit 313.638.1626DETAILS
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A lot of people spend half their lives to get the opportunity to meet the people that we met in just 10 days [in Detroit]. This concentration of knowledge and resources brought me one step closer to being global.
The opportunity to welcome and work with international delegations visiting Detroit provides a very rich experience. To be engaged in this work is significant and very rewarding. The world is becoming smaller every day and Global Ties Detroit contributes greatly in building strong bridges with people and nations across the globe.