The International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State with funding provided by the U.S. Government and administered by the World Affairs Council which is a member of Global Ties U.S.
21st Century ChangeMakers: Countering Disinformation among Older Adults: Our first in-person program since 2020, this program is a direct follow-up to last year's virtual program of the same name. Participants will explore disinformation and initiatives to counteract it, online ethics, effective fact checking, and management of information from known and unknown sources, especially as it affects older adults.
The Young Transatlantic Innovation Leaders Initiative Fellowship Program (YTILI) is funded by the U.S. Department of State and implemented by WorldChicago in partnership with the World Affairs Council.
Young Transatlantic Leaders Initiative (YTILI): Using entrepreneurship as a tool for economic development, YTILI promotes mutual understanding, enhances business and leadership skills, and builds lasting partnerships between business leaders from Europe and the United States. 7 entrepreneurs from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Ireland, Latvia, and Montenegro will collaborate with Seattle-based organizations and businesses through a month-long Fellowship.
The Fulbright Korean International Education Administrators (KIEA) Program is funded by the Korean Fulbright program through the Korean-American Educational Commission and implemented by the Institute of International Education (IIE) in partnership with the World Affairs Council.
Fulbright Korean International Education Administrators (KIEA) Program: Participants involved in the supervision or management of international education activities in Korea, either through higher education institutions or non-profit exchange organizations, will explore the American higher education system and exchange best practices in international education to facilitate future collaboration.