Welcome To ISC Alabama’s Official Homepage

The International Services Council of Alabama manages a number of programs designed to bring the international community and the citizens of Alabama together to participate in the global conversation on important issues. These programs educate and inform foreign visitors and local residents of the many similarities they share, as well as of the many differences that make our 21st century world such an interesting place. Please join us in participating in one or more of our programs: International Visitors Leadership Program Global Education Global Perspectives Institute Special Projects.

 


3/10/14 Global Perspectives Institute: STAND! Untold Stories of the Civil Rights Movement

3/10/14 Global Perspectives Institute: STAND! Untold Stories of the Civil Rights Movement

Global Perspectives Institute: “STAND! Untold Stories from the Civil Rights Movement” Donna Dukes, Writer and Director A new documentary film, STAND! Untold Stories of the Civil Rights Movement, chronicles the key events which led Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) to select Birmingham, Alabama as the site for the nowContinue Reading

Home-stay Hosts Needed in Huntsville

Home-stay Hosts Needed in Huntsville

Host a Young International Visitor for a Week Are you interested in welcoming a Central American high-schooler into your home for one week?  The International Services Council of Alabama (ISC) is conducting the Central America Youth Ambassadors Program (CAYA) from April 3 – 8, for 24 high school students and 4 adult chaperones from Belize,Continue Reading

ISC FY 2013 Annual Report

ISC FY 2013 Annual Report

ISC FY 2013 Annual Report  Continue Reading

ISC’s 2013 Holiday Open House

ISC’s 2013 Holiday Open House

If fine old homes hold fond memories, surely they were rekindled for a few hours in the Humphreys-Rodgers House where ISC held a Holiday Open House to celebrate moving to a new home at 102 Gates Avenue. Old friends greeted new ones; three Christmas trees decorated by the Redstone Garden Club chased the cold andContinue Reading