The World Affairs Council of New Hampshire proudly partners with the following organizations to provide professional development opportunities for foreign nationals while the visit the United States.  This program not only provides the visitors with substantive professional meetings, which without the generous support of these and other partners would not happen, but also allows them to gather a true picture of U.S. daily life.  WACNH would like to take a moment to thank all volunteers who have given so generously of their time to make the world a better place in so many ways.





Girls at Work, Inc. empowers at-risk girls in New Hampshire and throughout New England by teaching them woodworking skills and how to safely use power tools to build with a team of girls. We help them discover their inner power tools of strength and courage, tools that many will need to survive their challenging situations. So many of the girls we work with face neglect, abandonment and abuse in their lives. Our program lifts their spirits and shows them how powerful, strong and smart they really are!

Manchester Community College is part of the Community College System of New Hampshire, and offers more than 50 associate degree and certificate programs for transfer and career training. Associate degree programs include health & wellness, automotive technologies, building construction, business studies, computer technologies, education, HVAC, liberal arts and welding. MCC also offers professional and workforce development, and customized corporate training. For more information, visit

The Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications helps our foreign visitors understand the media in the U.S. The school has hosted sessions on teaching Newswriting, uses of Social Media, preparing multimedia presentations and how the news media cover politics and government. For more information about the non-profit school and its free classes, visit



The New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College was established in 2001 to serve as a resource for students, scholars, politicians, and the general public. Founded on the premise that an informed and involved citizenry is an essential element of a well-functioning democracy, the institute sponsors educational programs and scholarly research designed to educate citizens about the contemporary political problems and challenges facing New Hampshire, the United States, and the larger world.


The New Hampshire State House dates from 1819.   The historic Senate and House Chambers are the oldest continuously used legislative chambers in America.   NH’s General Court is the largest state legislature in the US and a true citizen legislature.   This is the capitol where all the Presidential Candidates visit to register in the NH First in the Nation Presidential Primary.

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