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Intercultural Training Brochure

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speaker series INTERNATIONAL HOUSE INTERNATIONAL HOUSE AT UC BERKELEY LOCATION Chevron Auditorium, International House 2299 Piedmont Avenue at Bancroft, Berkeley PARKING & DINING For parking directions and information visit public. "I-House" is a non-profit living and learning program center that fosters cross-cultural experiences, friendships, and leadership for a world of greater understanding. Since 1930, we have served nearly 600 students and scholars daily, representing 150+ countries, including the U.S. Our alumni roster is 80,000 strong. The I-House Cafe & Dining Hall are open to the public. Visit for information. INFORMATION Telephone Mailing Address Email Address Order Online TICKETS Full Series 510.642.9460 International House Program Office 2299 Piedmont Avenue Berkeley, CA 94720-2320 I-House Membership Matters (5 lectu es) $35 Individual Lectures Public $10 / Students with I.D. $5 I-House Residents FREE All sales are final. Speakers subject to substitution and/or rescheduling. Doors open one hour before events. Special pricing on intercultural training is linked to a robust I-House membership program that includes a corporate tier. Memberships support room and board scholarships for residents with financial need. Benefits include free and discount tickets to intercultural films, lectures, and our annual Gala. Learn more at: We offer a diverse array of vibrant programs to support our mission, many of which are open to the INTERNATIONAL HOUSE INTERNATIONAL HOUSE INTERCULTURAL TRAINING speaker series Advancing a World of Greater Understanding 2012 SPRING 2009 2011 2011 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION U.S. POSTAGE OAKLAND, CA PERMIT NO.459 OAKLAND, CA PERMITNO. 459 US POSTAGE PAID PRSRT STD PAID International House Intercultural Training 2299 Piedmont Avenue Berkeley, CA 94720-2320 International House Speaker Series 2299 Piedmont Avenue Berkeley, CA 94720-2320

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