- To create and strengthen bonds between the US and Spain by taking full advantage of the opportunities and support available by the respective embassies of both nations.
- To develop and expand partnerships between the embassies of other countries with which we work in order to develop, promote and grow this project.
- To develop projects that help to discover and strengthen talent in developing countries where we work.
- To encourage meetings with public and private institutions associated with the American higher education model.
- To foster a relationship with American universities and colleges in the US, the International Studies Foundation USA Inc and the Fundación International Studies in Spain.
Objectives linking the US and Spain
- To implement a plan for the promotion of research studies, as well as to promote and support publications related to the social objectives of the Foundation.
- To create an activity plan to relate to the American business community.
- To encourage social awareness and social responsibility in CIS students through their involvement in the Foundation activities and charitable initiatives.
- To foster educational and training programs in moral standards, working with children and young people, to help their social integration, access and progress in the educational system.
- To create a scholarship program based on academic performance and economic status.
- To develop an activity plan that encourages an approach to the American entrepreneurial world.
- To Support and work on international development projects associated with teaching, training, and education in a general sense.
- Social charitable contributions to be determined based on each individual case.
View our plan for the next three years.
The Foundation is supported by CIS – The College for International Studies, as well as maintained and funded by its backers, partners, supporters, and other sources of revenues from its activities.
- Donations from corporations and foundations in addition to individuals.
- Grants from public institutions.
- Contributions from CIS and its directors.
- Cooperative agreements with other institutions.
- Income from Foundation activities, such as lectures, conferences, auctions, charity breakfasts, lunches, and benefit dinners, among others.