Description

Description

Sister Cities International was created at President Eisenhower’s 1956 White House summit on citizen diplomacy, where he envisioned a network that would be a champion for peace and prosperity by fostering bonds between people from different communities around the world. By forming these relationships, President Eisenhower reasoned that people from different cultures could understand, appreciate, and celebrate their differences while building partnerships that would lessen the chance of new conflicts. Since its inception, the Sister Cities International network has played a key role in renewing and strengthening important global relationships.

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Sister Cities International (Washington D.C.)

Total Ratings

4.4

1 Total
Overall Internship Rating
5/5
Work Mobility
3/5
Social Environment
3/5
Time Flexibility
4/5
Management
5/5
Skill Building
5/5
Networking
5/5
Work Easiness
5/5

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    Sister Cities International (Washington D.C.)