Empowering Talent, Strengthening America
According to FWD.us estimates, 100,000 international student graduates of U.S. colleges and universities each year would like to stay and work permanently in the U.S. They could add up to $233 billion to the U.S. economy this decade and reduce STEM-related talent shortages by about a quarter.
Education Knows No Borders, Discrimination Has No Place
International students are an integral part of our society and deserve equal respect and treatment. It is our collective responsibility to stand against discrimination and harm towards them, as they make important contributions to our social and economic development. Let's come together, speak up for international students, and create a safe, inclusive, and friendly environment for them to learn and thrive. Let's stand together against discrimination and harm, and work towards a better future!
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Carnegie International Student Institute
Working Towards a Brighter Future for International Students
At Carnegie International Students Institute, we are working to raise money and offer assistance and services to students who most need it. We think it is critical to speak up and take action right away for foreign students or international education in order to increase the profile of international students in the U.S. and solve the most serious challenges affecting trends in international education. Join us or give us your support so we can make studying in the US simpler, safer, and more enjoyable!
International students' academic success in the United States will help address the tech industry's complaints about the lack of available high-skilled workers.
International students bring their perspectives and experiences to our classrooms and campuses. That benefits all of our students.
Global STEM talent is critical for U.S. competitiveness, innovation, & economic growth.