In April 2010 a group of six Ukrainian librarians came to Chicago to learn about American library and educational systems. Among Chicago libraries the group visited Northwestern University Library, Indian Trails Public Library, Schaumburg District Library, Chicago Public Library, Palatine Public Library, Harper College Library and others.
The International Cultural-Educational Association (ICEA) hosted a group of Ukrainian builders who participated in a program conducted in January 16-27, 2010.
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A group of Russian Jazz Musicians performed in California this November as part of participating in the Open World Cultural Leadership program. Selected musicians from different parts of Russia came together into the Stockton Valley to perform, learn and exchange music with fellow students and accomplished musicians. University of Pacific and Brubeck Institute hosted the group.
This September ICEA representatives visited Ukraine. During this visit they met with government and non-profit organizations, foundations and developing businesses.
Larisa Koval, ICEA president and founder, just had a meeting with John M. O'Keefe, executive director of Open World Leadership Center at the Library of Congress.
This July ICEA hosted a student summer program in three US cities: New York, Boston and Orlando. The objective of this program was learning more about history and culture of United States as well as improving and polishing English language skills.
Oksana Koval, Project Watchdogs director and ICEA's Media director, went to Harvard and wrote an article about it.
ICEA hosted a video conference with Ukraine July 7th, 2009. During this conference ICEA directors and Ukrainian architects discussed the idea of organizing USA-Ukraine expo where American companies will present to Ukraine the newest technologies and ideas on green, sustainable and efficient development and architecture.
ICEA hosted their annual meeting in New Hampshire July 7, 2009. They reviewed previous projects, discussed future programs, enjoyed the rocky shore of the Atlantic Ocean, ate lobsters and otherwise, had a great time.