El Paso Council for International Visitors

El Paso Council for International Visitors A Non-profit organization promoting citizen diplomacy An evening is spent dining with a local family to learn what El Paso family life is like.


Most international visitors come to El Paso for two to four days and stay in local hotels. During their visit, they meet with their professional counterparts in one to one-and-a-half-hour appointments, three or four appointments each day. One full afternoon or morning may be left unscheduled so that the visitor activities include sightseeing, meeting the local press, shopping

, speaking to classes and attending civic club functions. VISITORS:

Most international visitors are mid-level managers on the "way up" in their chosen profession, which include government, education, journalism, and business. They are usually in the age range of 35 to 55, well-educated and often widely traveled. They visit business, government, and private sector agencies, that relate to their careers in their home country. While some of these visitors speak English, others may require an interpreter. Almost all visitors are accompanied by an es**rt from the US Department of State who helps with interpreting for non-English speakers.


279 Shadow Mountain Drive
El Paso, TX


(915) 351-4080




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