Australia Visitors Ms. Cassandra Mao, Board Director, Youth without Borders, and Mr. Alex Splitt, Senior Policy Officer, Aboriginal Housing Victoria were visitors to SAZCIV from September 21 – 26, 2017. The people they met with went over and above to make sure the visit accomplished all their goals. Special thanks to Alma Peralta from the[…]
SAZCIV is proud to announce that so far in 2017 we have hosted visitors from the following countries (and there will be more by the end of the year.) Bangladesh, Croatia, Japan, Mexico, Nepal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Burkina Faso, Chad, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia, Afghanistan, France, India, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka,[…]
European visitors meeting the Shadow Wolves on their visit to SAZCIV. The Shadow Wolves are a part of ICE but all members of the Tohono O’odham nation serving as trackers for ICE. Kevin Carlos, with the Shadow Wolves, is an outstanding addition to the security of the USA.
Pat, Greg, and Alma took these visitors from the countries of Italy and Lithuania to Guadalajara Grill for dinner. This delightful group enjoyed both the food and the music by the Mariachi.
The group arrived and had their orientation before the programing starts. Great group! The group was welcomed to the Tucson Police Dept by Assistant Chief Carla Johnson. The group and presenters at the end of the TPD department Pascua Yaqui police department meeting. At the end of the PY meeting
SAZCIV attended the 2017 Global Engagement Conference at Maricopa Community College along with representatives from PCC.
The Open World Group visited us a couple of months ago from Eurasia. The program was part of the Rumsfeld Foundation administered by FHI360 and SAZCIV. The visitors were home stay guests while in Southern Arizona. We thank the hosts for opening their homes and hearts to the visitors.
In the summer of 2016 six girls from the Haiki High School participated in a volleyball camp at Eastern Arizona College. The trip was sponsored by SAZCIV. It was the first time some of the girls had ever been outside of the Tucson area and exposed to the rigors of a training camp with sessions[…]