Past Activities

Sponsorship of significant international activities in partnership with the office of Oklahoma Secretary of State, Oklahoma Department of Commerece, and others from the private, public and non-profit sectors. Recent activites include:

  • Sponsorship of major international events including the annual hosting of Consuls General visits to Oklahoma, Day at the Capitol for international students, facilitation of the U.S. Passport application process by state legislators, and other events.
  • Hosting of conferences and workshops that bring together organizations with diverse international missions to share thought on needs and accomplishments in the Oklahoma international arena.
  • Assistance to governmental and other organizations in the hosting of foreign visitors to the state.
  • Bi-monthly GIT meetings held at the Department of Commerce, which include program of international interest
  • Social and networking events

Oklahoma City played host to the 36th annual 20th & 21st Century French and Francophone Studies International Colloquium on March 14-16, 2019, with organizing efforts from staff and students at three Oklahoma universities assisting in its production. The University of Central Oklahoma, University of Oklahoma and University of Tulsa helped prepare and organize the event, […]

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation is battling a nationwide problem with a global solution. Loss of manufacturing has affected cities, states and tribal nations across the United States. Younger people are leaving their homes to look for better work or settling for jobs with lower wages. As a result, economies in those regions have lagged. The […]

Hardware+Tools Middle East Exhibition Hardware+Tools Middle East will be showcasing over 180 exhibitors including 3 Country Pavilions of Thailand, Taiwan and China where you can find the best cost-effective solutions to improve your projects’ profitability. If you are looking for competitive business deals, then don’t miss the opportunity to meet the source, the manufacturers themselves, at the show. […]