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“The Role and Operations of U.S. NPOs” Project Participants

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Posted on Aug 06, 2016

“The Role and Operations of U.S. NPOs” Project Participants

Between August 20th and 31st, Graduate School USA’s International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) team will administer a project titled “The Role and Operations of U.S. NPOs.” The ten participants from South Korea are leaders of local non-profit organizations situated in 10 major cities of Korea.

In addition to visiting Washington, DC, the group will travel to Burlington, Vermont and Seattle, Washington. The project will expose participants to innovative cases of public-private partnerships as well as enhance the visitors’ understanding of intermediary organizations’ contributions to social innovation and community development and growth.

The group will be meeting with officials at all levels, including personnel from the U.S. Small Business Administration, representatives of the Ben and Jerry’s Foundation, as well as members of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to learn about corporate social responsibility in large corporations.

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