Hosted dinners often make the biggest impact on the international visitors because they create opportunities for one-on-one conversation and a deeper appreciation for cultural commonalities. Whether a summer barbecue, a dinner shared with friends, or a simple family supper, these visits often lead to long-term friendships and offer a welcoming window for visitors during their time in the U.S. We offer opportunities to host anywhere from two visitors to a whole group. Meals usually take place in the evening and last two to four hours.
Upcoming meal hosting opportunities:
Saturday, November 9 or Sunday, November 10: Visitors from Brazil examining minority rights (9 visitors, 3 Portuguese interpreters available).
Friday, November 22 or Saturday, November 23: Visitors from the Kyrgyz Republic examining propaganda through digital influence (6 visitors, 3 Russian interpreters)