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Saturday, April 29, 2017
The International Center
Welcoming the World to New York's Capital Region
The International Center, based in New York’s Capital of Albany, helps the Capital Region engage with the world and promote international understanding.
We serve an area that extends north to Plattsburgh, south to Westchester County, east to the borders of Vermont and Massachusetts and west to Syracuse. The International Center does this by:
- Serving as citizen diplomats by hosting international visitors and delegations, and promoting professional and cultural exchanges.
- Fostering education, awareness and advocacy about cultural diversity and global issues.
- Promoting the assets of the New York Capital Region to the global community.
- Offering shared services for international groups in the Capital Region.
The International Center of the Capital Region was chosen by the U.S. Department of State to create the American experience for more than 200 emerging opinion-shapers from around the globe this past year.
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A Note of Heartfelt Appreciation: Diane LaCivita
There's a trick to a graceful exit. It begins with the vision to recognize when a chapter, a life stage, a segment is nearing completion - and to have the ability to let go and cherishing the memories and many new friends and acquaintances made. It means leaving what's been initiated and accomplished without denying its value. Allowing the next stewards to take over with the anticipation of seeing more accomplished and celebrated by those left in charge.
It is with both joy and sadness that I will be bidding farewell to the International Center the beginning of January. I am unable to express adequately how sincerely appreciative I am to all those throughout the Capital Region who have assisted while ...
» read more about Diane and the ICCR newsletter.
Women’s Empowerment: Keys to Leadership
Please join us for Diplomacy Begins Here: Albany! The International Center of the Captial Region, the World Affairs Council of Western Massachusetts and Rochester Global Connections, in partnership with Global Ties U.S. and the U.S. Department of State are hosting a diplomacy summit in Albany on Wednesday, June 1.
» Download the flyer for more information on this Diplomacy Begins Here Global TIES event
Support Our Work Make a Donation today
The International Center welcomes foreign investors and other international delegations to the area and provides services to these delegations.
Donations to the International Center of the Capital Region are tax deductible.
We thank you for your support.