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The National Council for International Visitors (NCIV) is looking to fill the position of Program Associate for Communications in their Washington, DC office. See the full position description below, and visit the NCIV website for further information.

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Earlier this week, the Alliance sent out a call to contact your Senators and urge them to support full funding of the President’s $58.8 billion FY 2011 International Affairs Budget request. According to the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition, only 12 Senators have signed the bipartisan letter in support of full funding for the IR budget [new signers to date: Akaka (D-HI), Cardin (D-MD), Casey (D-PA), Collins (R-ME), Gillibrand (D-NY), Lautenberg (D-NJ), and Shaheen (D-NH)].

The Alliance moved its offices today from our previous location at 1776 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 620. Our new address is:

1828 L Street, NW, Suite 1150
Washington, DC 20036

Phone, fax, and emails all remain the same. Please update your contact information for us accordingly!

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The Alliance will hold its 2010 Membership Meeting in Washington, DC, October 5-6. The primary venue for the meeting will be the DuPont Hotel, located right in DuPont Circle at 1500 New Hampshire Avenue, NW.

[Please note that participation in this meeting is reserved for Alliance Full Members only.]

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With a record number of participants—83—the Alliance held its 10th annual Advocacy Day on Thursday, March 4. Alliance members participating in this year’s Advocacy Day visited 104 House and Senate offices and represented a record 26 states, as well as the District of Columbia.

(At right: Advocacy Day participant Ana Gil-Garcia, representing the Fulbright Association, with Illinois Senators Roland Burris and Dick Durbin.)

The Alliance released its 2010 Position Papers today in anticipation of its upcoming Advocacy Day events, to take place March 3-4 in Washington, DC.

The 2010 Position Papers can be downloaded here.

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The Alliance held its ninth annual Advocacy Day last Thursday, February 26, 2009. Seventy-one Alliance members participated in this year’s Advocacy Day, visiting 73 House and Senate offices, and representing 18 states, the District of Columbia, and Guam.

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The Alliance convened a meeting of its State Department Task Force on Wednesday, February 11, to discuss the position papers that will be used for the conclusion of FY 2009 appropriations, as well as the FY 2010 appropriations season. Colleagues from the American Councils for International Education, the Fulbright Association, the Institute of International Education, IREX, NAFSA, and Sister Cities International participated. The main issues discussed and decided during the Task Force meeting include:

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The Alliance is pleased to welcome Nick Pena, an intern from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. Nick will be with the Alliance through May as part of a Washington semester program, and will work on Advocacy Day preparations as well as other projects. Nick is a sophomore majoring in theater, and has participated in a Southwestern program in Bulgaria. A Houston native, Nick won one of Southwestern’s prestigious Brown Scholarships, an award that covers all expenses for a four-year bachelors program.

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The Alliance completed visits this fall to consular posts in Asia to discuss visa processing. We visited the following posts: Beijing, Shanghai, Bangkok, Manila.

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