Partnerships are key to our ability to provide
unparalleled opportunities to young professionals.
Partnerships with Governments and Corporations
We partner with governments wanting to send their best and brightest to the United States and with companies wishing to train and recruit top students to build their future success.
The programs the Foundation offers are a great strategic platform to place top young professionals in high-quality professional and executive training programs.
Benefits to Governments
Governments who sponsor our programs can expect young leaders to:
- Become ambassadors of their countries in the U.S.
- Return as civic-minded and engaged leaders committed to making their societies more fair and equitable.
- Develop a network of valuable contacts not only from the U.S. but other countries.
- Develop the skills needed to secure a job in their field of choice.
Benefits to Companies
Companies who sponsor our programs help bridge the gap between the abilities their employees have and the skill sets their company needs to thrive and remain competitive in tomorrow's economy.
Our partnership enables companies to contribute to the educational development of young and seasoned professionals in the United States and abroad, who otherwise may not have access to these opportunities.
A partnership with us can also bring the following positive outcomes:
- Opportunities for networking and making contacts
- Human capital development
- Strong marketing/publicity opportunities
Partnerships with Top Leading Universities and Organizations
We partner with top leading Universities and organizations in the U.S. to deliver high quality tailor-made training programs. Some of our U.S. partners include:
Georgetown University: Established in 1789, Georgetown is the nation’s oldest Catholic and Jesuit university. Georgetown University is also one of the world’s leading academic and research institutions, offering a unique educational experience that prepares the next generation of global citizens to lead and make a difference in the world.
The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars: With more than forty years of experience, this organization is the largest independent, nonprofit organization providing young professionals from the U.S. and around the world with an integrated academic and professional living and working experience in Washington D.C. The Washington Center has more than 50,000 alumni, many of whom are in leadership positions in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.
English Systems: As leading Business English Trainers, English Systems has been imparting specialized classes and seminars to many of the top multi-nationals in the world for over 25 years. Their clients include AXA, Telefónica, Microsoft, Iberdrola, CITI Bank, BBVA, and Deloitte, amongst others. Through their exclusive Skype learning platform 'Talking With You,' they have developed the official Advanced Leadership Foundation 'Preparation Package'. This service provides an important advantage to those applicants who need to improve their Business English skills in order to participate in the Foundation's programs. They receive the best preparation possible for, and simulation of, precisely the kinds of business meetings, presentations and tasks they will be confronted with during their internship. The lessons have the added value of injecting participants with the particular American way of thinking and expressing themselves that will best serve them, and allow them to integrate and participate completely.
UCAM Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia: is a private university that empowers students to develop their own real-world skills. As a Catholic institution, UCAM’s aim is to offer an integral formation to its students, not only in terms of academic knowledge but also regarding human values by means of academic subjects, volunteering projects, meetings, congresses, and workshops.
ORP International Foundation: is a private, independent, non-profit organization committed to improving the quality of working life and enhancing business innovation. It's main aim is to contribute to professional excellence by identifying, sharing, forming and spreading "best working practices" and to promote training, research and dissemination of knowledge as essential values for the integral development of people.