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Upcoming Events

Career Development: Landing a Job Abroad Panel
Wednesday, February 19
6:15 to 8:00 p.m.
Josef Korbel School of International Studies

WorldDenver International Women's Day Celebration
Friday, March 6
Morning Panel - 8:30 a.m. (FREE & Open to all)
Exhibition & Networking - 10:30a.m.
Ticketed Luncheon & Keynote - 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Denver Performing Arts Complex

"The Crisis in the Middle East" with Ambassador Christopher Hill
Thursday, March 19
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Warwick Hotel

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Meet WorldDenver's Executive Director

The World Denver Board of Directors is pleased to announce that it has appointed John M. Krieger as its new Executive Director, effective October 28th. Krieger brings to the role strong communications and marketing capabilities, policy advocacy skills, as well as deep experience in engaging tand growing non-profit membership...Read More

WorldDenver Impact Stories

An inspiring message from former WorldDenver Board member and current Foreign Service Officer, Norma Mozee

Dear WorldDenver Members and Supporters,

My name is Norma Mozee, and I am a Foreign Service Officer. As a professional diplomat, I have recently returned from Venezuela and will be embarking shortly on my next assignment representing the United States in Denmark. I am grateful for the opportunity to serve in this way, and am looking forward to the adventures that lie ahead.

Before taking the leap to becoming an FSO, I was a citizen diplomat, living and working in Denver and taking advantage of all that WorldDenver offers...Read More


Before and After: The Life-Changing Effects of an International Exchange Program

The impact of professional and youth exchange programs can have both immediate and long-lasting. This article captures reflections from participants of this year's Youth Ambassadors Program for Argentina and Chile, some of whom spent 10 life -changing days in Denver.

About the Program:
Since 2016, WorldDenver has worked in partnership with World Learning in Washington, DC to implement the State Department's Youth Ambassadors Program for Argentina and Chile. The program brings 13 impressive youth, ages 15-17, along with 2 adult mentors, to Denver for 10 days to gain the knowledge and leadership skills to become more engaged in their communities, and get to know the United States and their home countries, as well as the members of their own group of ethnically, religiously, and nationally diverse participants. Youth Ambassadors addresses three primary areas for the students: civic participation, appreciation of multi-ethnic diversity, and youth leadership. In addition, for the adult participants, it addresses adult leadership and mentoring. 
While they're in Denver, the participants engage in workshops, site visits, and community service activities, and connect with local peers. They also stay with local host families who add a crucial cultural exchange component to the program. 


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