The Boise State Center for Global Education will host a public reception for international trade emerging leaders at 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 28, in the Student Union Building Bishop Barnwell Room.
The visitors come from Mexico, Spain, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and Vietnam. They are in Idaho thanks to an invitation from the United States Department of State. Boise is one of three communities to which the visitors are assigned. They will explore the role of the United States in international trade and exchange ideas with local residents.
While on campus, they will also speak to students in Jack Marr’s international business class in the College of Business and Economics.
The Idaho Council for International Visitors, a nonprofit group, organized the program. Call (208) 426-4238 for more information.