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San Antonio Council for International Visitors

Our Goal, Mission & Community

Register & Help Make Change

Hospitality, Opportunities & Donate

We aim to build international friendships, to facilitate the exchange of ideas, to foster cultural understanding, and to promote San Antonio as an international city.

about us

San Antonio Council for International Visitors (SACIV) is a non-profit organization that arranges professional programming for emerging international leaders who have been selected by the U.S. State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) to come to the United States. Hundreds of these international visitors come to San Antonio each year, providing opportunities to the community for fostering economic development and cross-cultural understanding. In addition to meeting with area professionals in their fields and exploring the local culture of San Antonio, international visitors are invited into the homes of SACIV members or hosted for meals or special excursions, giving them invaluable first-hand experience with everyday Americans.

OUR PROGRAMS

January 31- February 3, 2022

Rule of Law and U.S. Judicial System

Regional Project

February 7-8, 2022

Promoting Cybersecurity

Regional Project

April 10-15, 2022

Law Enforcement - Community Policing

Regional Project

By the Numbers

1989

YEAR ESTABLISHED

19

PROJECTS COMPLETED
in 2020

175

VISITORS WELCOMED
in 2020

86

PROFESSIONAL RESOURCES INVOLVED
in 2020

Latest News

Thank you to our Corporate Members

Thank you for the following support from City Council

District 1 – City Councilman Mario Bravo

District 2 - City Councilman Jalen Mckee-Rodriguez

District 3 - City Councilwoman Phyllis Viagran 

District 4 - City Councilwoman Adriana Rocha Garcia

District 6 - City Councilwoman Melissa Cabello Havrda 

District 7 - City Councilwoman Ana Sandoval

District 9 - City Councilman John Courage

District 10 - City Councilman Clayton Perry

Mayor Ron Nirenberg