Rochester Global Connections (RGC) is pleased to present the 2nd Annual Global Citizens Gala, an evening to celebrate and recognize fellow global citizens, while supporting essential exchange programs in Rochester that promote international understanding and a more peaceful and prosperous world.
Proceeds for the event will go towards building capacity to help emerging leaders from around the world and people in Rochester have enriching life experiences that build bridges across cultures and promote international understanding.
More details and tickets at https://rgcglobalcitizens.eventbrite.com
Join Rochester Global Connections for a night of networking with legal professionals from Central America, the Caribbean, and South America, who are visiting Rochester on the U.S. Department of State International Visitor Leadership Program. You will have the opportunity to meet delegates from the following countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Paraguay, and Peru.
Play board games from around the world with international students and locals! "Travel" to different countries with your game passport and enter to win a raffle prize! Light refreshments will be provided.
This event is co-hosted and co-sponsored by Rochester Global Connections and the Town of Henrietta's Youth Asset Team.
Register at https://internationalgame.eventbrite.com
In celebration of International Women's Day, engage with women leaders in Rochester who are trailblazers in government, labor, media, and law. Explore the impact of creating a more gender balanced boardroom, gender-balanced government, gender-balanced media coverage, and gender-balance of employees.
RGC is proud to co-sponsor this event.
Join us for a community discussion on the Diversity Advantage, when inclusion is transformed into full equity. The discussion will be sparked by Althea Tait (African American Literature), Mary Scipioni (Landscape Architecture), Luticha Doucette (Disability Advocacy), Tatyana Bakhmetyeva (Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies), and Mara Ahmed (Activism/Art/Film). Be a part of the conversation and meet your Rochester neighbors. This event is free and open to the public. Co-sponsored by the Gandhi Institute, Department of History – University of Rochester, Rochester Global Connections, and American Association of University Women.