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The American Institute on Foreign Policy has announced it will be hosting Prince Charles Napoleon of France for two sessions during its Spring Session.
By: American Institute on Foreign Policy
Napoléon VII, Prince Imperial (Charles Marie Jérôme Victor Napoléon) is a French politician, and the current head of the Imperial House of France as male heir to the rights and legacy established by his great-great-
"Through the support of donors, affiliates, and friends of education, we are now able to expose an even larger group of future leaders to the world of international relations, global politics, geo-economics, and foreign affairs in general," states Andrew Dwyer, President of the American Institute on Foreign Policy . "Today, we have a better grasp of globalization, we know how to better define it and understand the importance of learning globally."
Since its conception, the American Institute's program has been dedicated to educating and inspiring youth to become successful students and future global leaders. The program prepares students for civic and global engagement with real world training and interactive mentorship. Students receive strategies for integrating, developing, and expanding their grasp of international issues and assist in creating a community of active learners who are engaged in learning about foreign policy issues. Students learn pertinent international issues, engage with world leaders, receive leadership training from high ranking officials and executives, and build an attractive college application or resume along the way.
"The earlier we can begin addressing global issues to the next generation of international leaders, the better equipped they will be to establish a more promising future," says Benjamin Barrick, Committee Chairman, NF-CFR.
Barrick, the co-founder of the American Institute's Program hails from Noblesville, Indiana -- a small suburb outside of Indianapolis. He acknowledges that international affairs travel far beyond the "New York's, London's, and Singapore's of the world -- but also affect areas like Noblesville, and Tallahassee equally."
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