Consortium Members

GAP partners are located all across the country and work together to solve common problems through collaboration, as well as sharing lessons learned and best practices. The GAP consortium develops strong relationships with forward-thinking foundations, institutes, government agencies and intergovernmental organizations, corporations and nonprofits. These relationships benefit all of our partner organizations, their programs and the people they serve. The individuals and organizations currently members of the consortium are as follows:


Americans Promoting Study Abroad
The Aspen Institute
Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs
A Better Chance
The Brookings Institution
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Center for Strategic and International Studies
Council on Foreign Relations
Cultural Vistas
Diversity Abroad
George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs
German Marshall Fund of the United States
Global Glimpse
Global Kids, Inc.
Global Language Project
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
Institute of International Education
Institute for the International Education of Students (IES Abroad)
Inter American Foundation
International Career Advancement Program
International Youth Leadership Institute
Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies
Learn-Serve International
Liberty and Access for All
Meridian International Center
NAFSA: Association of International Educators
National Foreign Language Center, University of Maryland
OIC International
One World Now!
Pacific and Asian Affairs Council (PAAC)
Peace Corps
Pickering and Rangel Fellows Association
Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowship Program
Ralph J. Bunche International Affairs Center at Howard University
Robertson Foundation for Government
Ron Brown Scholars Program
School of International Service at American University
Seton Hall University School of Diplomacy and International Relations
Teens of Color Abroad
Recruitment Division
Bureau of Human Resources
US Department of State
University of Denver Korbel School of International Affairs
Women of Color Advancing Peace and Security
World Learning
World Savvy: Think Beyond Your Border
Yale Jackson School of Global Affairs


Benny Garcia
Zarina Durrani
Marti Estell
Marie Pinto Carland
Sandra Rivera, Ph.D.
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