Alliance Abroad celebrates women around the world. As a woman owned business, we believe in the power of women. We lift, advance and support women to break through stereotypes and shatter glass ceilings. We encourage women to embrace and own their power and potential. We must stand behind one another, lift each other to greater heights and celebrate the achievements …
Farewell to the Chief, Thank You Secretary Kerry
John Kerry’s exit letter detailing the accomplishments of the Obama administration and the Department of State was brilliantly composed and thoughtfully stated.
United in Our Passion for Cultural Exchange
The Presidential election in the United States has raised questions and concern about the future of international exchange programs. We want to assure you that there will be no immediate or dramatic decisions that will affect the existing program.
When You Are Given an Opportunity, Grab it with Both Hands!
“I’m without words,” is what Thato said when he learned that his story received the coveted Global Youth Travel Extraordinary Experience award.
Reasons to Believe – Thato’s Journey
Thato’s Journey reminds us why we do what we do and why we believe in the higher purpose of our work. Though Thato’s tale is his own, in many ways he represents hundreds of thousands of young people around the globe – people with high hopes and taller obstacles.
Keri Lowry to Give Inaugural Address at WYSTC
Keri Lowry on the State and Fate of J-1 Exchange Program The newly appointed U.S. Department of State’s Deputy Assistant Secretary, Keri Lowry, will be attending The World Youth Student Travel Conference (WYSTC) later this month in Belgrade, Serbia.
Celebrating World Youth Day
Celebrating World Youth Day As cultural exchange enthusiasts we’re in the business of bringing young people into the United States to work, teach, travel and learn.
Reasons to Believe
The relentless pursuit of dreams, undaunted spirits overcoming obstacles and the journey of thousands of miles to launch a new life is what keeps the fire of passion burning in our hearts. It’s why we do what we do, processing mounds of paperwork and navigating endless red tape to bring international students to the United States. We hear their stories …