Open World Announces Grant Recipients for 2018

Open World Announces Grant Recipients for 2018

For Immediate Release

Yasmine Evans, Public Affairs Specialist at

WASHINGTON, D.C. —Today, Open World Leadership Center announced grant recipients for 2018. Open World awarded grants to 11 non-profit organizations across the United States to further their programs for international exchanges.

All 2018 grant recipients will work directly with Open World to develop professional programming for more than 850 international leaders during the calendar year. Program themes for 2018 include: Accountable Governance, Civil Society, Ecology, Education and Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Health Care, Legislative Development, Library Science, Media Literacy, Members of Parliament, NGO Development, Rule of Law, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), Social Services, and Zoology.

On Monday, January 29, 2018, Open World’s grant recipients will convene in Washington, D.C. to discuss grant administration, program management, outreach to Congress, and additional programmatic responsibilities of a grant recipient.

The Archangel Committee (Portland, ME)
Council of International Programs USA (Chagrin Falls, OH)
FHI 360 (Durham, NC)
Friendship Force International (Atlanta, GA)
Georgia to Georgia Foundation (Atlanta, GA)
International Focus Inc. (Raleigh, NC)
Linkages of Rochester (Rochester, NY)
Maryland Leningrad Sister State Committee of Sister States of Maryland Inc. (Annapolis, MD)
Rotary International (Evanston, IL)
Supporters of Civil Society in Russia (St. Louis, MO)
U.S.-Ukraine Foundation (Washington, DC)

To learn more about Open World’s 2018 grant recipients, please view here: