WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Open World Leadership Center welcomes its fifth delegation of Senator Ben Nelson Fellows, six medical researchers from Russia. Open World’s Board of Trustees created the Senator Ben Nelson Fellows program to honor Senator Nelson's contribution to Open World and improve ties between the U.S. and Russia. After an orientation in Washington, D.C., delegates’ professional programming will occur in Omaha, NE, Senator Nelson’s home state. Local homestays for delegates will be hosted by Council Bluffs Sister City in Council Bluffs, IA from June 9–17.
WASHINGTON, D.C. —On May 31, Open World Leadership Center welcomes a delegation of five museum curators from Georgia for a 10-day professional program. After an orientation in Washington, D.C., delegates will be hosted by the World Trade Center Institute in Baltimore, MD from June 3-11.
Throughout the program, delegates will gain insight into museum management, marketing, and how to execute high profile exhibits. In Washington, D.C., delegates will work with the Interpretive Programs Office at the Library of Congress and later depart for Baltimore to meet museum professionals.
WASHINGTON, D.C. —Open World Leadership Center announces that Friendship Force International (FFI) will receive the National Grantee of Merit Award at the 2017 Annual Grantee Meeting on Monday, January 23, 2017. The National Grantee of Merit Award is awarded to an organization who has demonstrated outstanding service to Open World.
WASHINGTON, D.C. —Today, Open World Leadership Center announced grant recipients for 2017. Open World awarded grants to 12 non-profit organizations across the United States to further their programs for international exchanges.