Welcome to the Ireland US Alumni Home
Welcome to the home of the Ireland US Alumni Association. Please explore our events and our role and Join Us
The IUSA conference took place on 28th January 2021, for the first time, online. We were delighted to continue the great relationship with Ireland and the US and network with those in the IUSA.
Who We are
The Ireland United States Alumni Association (IUSA) is a non-profit voluntary network of alumni of U.S. State Department exchange programmes, including participants of Fulbright Scholarships, International Visitor Leadership Programme, J1 and the Washington Ireland Programme. The IUSA promotes U.S.- Irish relations and develops the next generation of leaders in the U.S.-Irish relationship.
The IUSA is built on a strong network. Set up in 2011, the network has grown accepting even more US – Ireland exchange programmes.
US - Ireland Relations
We want to help build on the learning of the shared experiences of IUSA members. We focus on the diversity and interaction with each cultural exchange programme through the work of the association.
We build exciting and engaging events touching topics from politics to education, from sports to music and more in some of the most exclusive venues in Ireland.
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Join us in the Ireland US Alumni Association for networking, events and more
What’s Going on in the IUSA
The 'IUSA Leaders' Breakfast' took place at Thursday March 21st at 7.30 - 9.00 AM in the Keough Naughton Norte Dame Centre, Merrion Square, Dublin 2 The IUSA Leaders' Breakfast supported by the Keough-Naughton Notre Dame Centre, invited guests to network in a relaxed...
There was a full house for the annual conference and alumni awards in the Westbury Hotel in central Dublin on Thursday, 24 January. Commencing at 5pm and concluding at 11pm that evening following our formal dinner and awards, the event has become the high point of the...
Five Reasons You Should be at the 2019 Global Entrepreneurship Summit Do you have a transformative tech solution for agriculture/food, connectivity, energy, health, or water? Is your innovation more than just a concept, with a functioning, market-ready business model?...
From AEIF Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/state/b7nbob420x-769161?e=731f47b8e8 Dear International Exchange Alumni Community, Due to the lapse in U.S. government appropriations (the partial shutdown), the State Department’s Office of Alumni Affairs cannot post...
Date: Saturday, 8th DecemberTime: 10.00 a.m. - 1.00 p.m.Place: Carman's Hall, Just off Francis Street, Dublin 8 Please take some time before Christmas to volunteer and help brighten up the holidays for residents at an emergency homeless facility. How you can...
As Irish United States Alumni, you experience the profound and lasting impact that U.S. State Department programmes have on people’s lives, careers and communities. The State Department and others would like to hear your story in order to demonstrate the benefits of...
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