World Partnerships Is A Worldwide Leadership Network:
4,400+ Current and Emerging Leaders In 187 Countries
Building A More Peaceful, Just, And Open World.
General Joseph Votel, Commander of United States Central Command, takes questions from the 2016 IVLP Murrow journalists. November 2016. Photo by Tom Gagnier.
The Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists is a flagship initiative of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs’ International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) and has brought more than 1,200 foreign journalists to the U.S. (left) African journalists "meet the press" at John Hopkins Middle School's renowned "Journeys in Journalism Program. (right) Volunteering for a project to preserve our coastal ecosystem, the Murrow delegation planted over 1,500 sea oats at Fort DeSoto County Park.
2016 Countries: IVLP Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists
Papua New Guinea
People’s Republic of China
World Partnerships, Inc. is a private, 501-c-3 not-for-profit organization (FEIN: 59-3651710) with a worldwide mission for educational, cultural, commercial and professional exchange for current and emerging global leaders. World Partnerships is the official US Department of State partner for hosting global leaders under the Department’s “International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP)” in Florida’s seven-county Tampa Bay area. World Partnerships, Inc. was established in 2000, and is headquartered in St. Petersburg, Florida. Contributions to World Partnerships are deductible as charitable donations for Federal income tax purposes.