How is ICC funded?
ICC is a program within the nonprofit organization the Minnesota International Center and as such receives its funding from the same sources. This includes private and corporate partners and support from the State of Minnesota. In addition, ICC receives a nominal fee per presentation from the schools it works with,which is used toward transportation, materials and compensation for the international speakers.
How many presentations does ICC give per year?
In the 2006-2007 school year ICC’s international speakers made 580 presentations which reached over 16,000 students.
On what spectrum (local, state, regional, national) does ICC operate?
ICC is a state-wide program offering opportunities in the Twin Cities Metro area and Greater Minnesota.
How can I get involved?
There are several levels of involvement available with the ICC program. You can become a speaker, host a speaker at your school, or become an intern for ICC. Detailed information on all three opportunities is available on this website.