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This Nonprofit Fosters Intercultural Awareness By Supporting International Students

One To World (formerly Metro International) is a Visit.org nonprofit partner founded by a group of foreign student advisors in 1977 to build bridges between international students on campus and the broader New York community. What began as a series of orientations and publications quickly grew into a diverse and impactful set of programs aimed at creating strong international relationships….

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Corporate Partners, corporate social responsibility

ON Semiconductor Partners with Visit.org for National Volunteer Week 2021

In observance of National Volunteer Week (April 18-24), employees from ON Semiconductor, a leading  supplier of innovative semiconductor-based products and solutions, will be gathering online to participate in Visit.org’s remote giving back experiences. Employee volunteers in the United States and Canada will be making an impact on: The Arts By participating in an online drawing workshop, their team will provide…

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This Nonprofit Sets Up Immigrant Youth for Professional Success

SPEAKHIRE is a Visit.org partner nonprofit that works to develop the social and cultural capital of individuals from immigrant families, in order to become leaders in the workforce. On our platform, the virtual volunteering activities they offer include both mentoring and speaking opportunities. The focus of each experience is on supporting, preparing, and empowering community members in order to help…

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Black History, Nonprofits

This Nonprofit Empowers Black Youth to Eliminate Bullying & Violence

PARTI Program is a Visit.org partner nonprofit that began in 1999, when 3 African American high school students in San Jose, California, approached founder Winston Ashby to assist them in recruiting their peers to generate support for a project that would address violence in their school and community. What started as informal activities for African American youth centered on music,…

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Black History, Nonprofits

This Nonprofit Uplifts Black-Owned Businesses Year-Round — And You Can Help!

For Black History Month, Visit.org’s blog will be highlighting partner organizations that promote racial equity for the Black community. Since 2010, Start Small Think Big has been ensuring that under-resourced entrepreneurs gain access to top-tier guidance from seasoned professionals. Serving entrepreneurs experiencing racial, gender, and socioeconomic marginalization, among other disadvantages. Start Small Think Big bolsters each budding business by connecting…

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