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To support the Albrecht Fellowships
November 3, 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm | La Cuchara
Join us on November 3rd, from 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm, at La Cuchara restaurant in Baltimore for an exciting fundraiser in support of our youth-focused Albrecht fellowships. Tickets start at $150 and entitle you to an evening full of fun.
Proceeds from the evening will support future Albrecht fellowships.
Join us for an evening of fun and networking while learning how these fellowships change lives.
Help us cultivate future leaders by supporting the Albrecht Fellowships.
Change your real money using cash, checks, or your credit card to purchase "funny money." One hundred percent of the real money you exchange will fund the Albrecht fellowships, and all of your donation is tax-deductible.
What to do with Your Funny Money
The raffle will be held at the end of the evening. You must be present to win. Prizes include:
Two programs fall under the Albrecht fellowships banner - Youth Diplomats for high school students and Global Pathways for Students, for college students. Both programs help students take their first steps into the exciting and challenging world of International business and global affairs. The fellowships are designed to prepare students for fast-paced and competitive careers while creating a pipeline of talent for the Mid-Atlantic's globally-minded businesses. Key elements of these programs include:
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The idea to create the Global Pathways for Students and Youth Diplomats programs came from Baltimore icon Dr. James Albrecht. The programs marry two of his lifelong interests: youth education and global business. Bringing those interests together under the umbrella of WTCI was a natural, as Dr. Albrecht has been involved with the organization for more than three decades. He was a member of the first WTCI Board of Directors.