Follow the Student Exchange Delegates on Instagram!

This summer you may use social media to follow our student delegates as they embark on the summer of a lifetime! Agra, Trollhattan, Lower Hutt and Regensburg student exchanges have already begun with more delegates scheduled to depart in the coming weeks! Follow Tempe Sister Cities on INSTAGRAM or check out the link below:

“Making a World of Difference (Sister Cities)” – A tribute to the Mission of Tempe Sister Cities

Duane Moore, lead singer of Mogollon Band and one of our board members,  wrote a song with the help of local and international sister city friends honoring the mission of Tempe Sister Cities and Sister Cities International.  There’s nothing more fitting than celebrating our mission of peace through the universal language of music.  Have a listen!

TSC Student Summer Program Donations

Please help TSC by donating to the student summer activities programs.  Each year the 32 Tempe student delegates raise funds to support the many summer activities they enjoy with the 32 international student visitors from our sister cities.  If you would like to make a donation, please click here. Make a Summer Program Donation. Tempe Sister Cities as a 501(c)3 compliant non-profit organization.  You donation is 100% tax deductible.

Trollhättan, Sweden Officially Becomes Tempe’s 10th Sister City

Trollhättan, Sweden officially becomes Tempe’s 10th Sister City in May 2015. However, there has been a collaboration between Tempe and Trollhättan since we first met in 2008. We have enjoyed and have had successful exchanges of student delegates since 2010, as well as professional delegate exchanges and the very first International Chef to cook at Hackett House was Peter Erikson, Professional Chef and Vice Mayor of  Trollhättan, in October 2014. Tell me more about Trollhättan… The name “Trollhättan” comes from folkloristic tales. People once believed that large trolls lived in the river Göta älv and that the islands in the […]

TSC Youth Group Known for Philanthropy Projects

Tempe Sisters Cities Youth Group is known for their philanthropy projects, and this year’s delegates are  no  exception.  One of the projects is Feed My Starving Children. FMSC is when volunteers hand package food and ship them offto 70 countries over the world for malnourished children. The Youth Group has volunteered for this twice already and the third volunteer opportunity is on March 26.

Tempe Sister Cities 2013 Year In Review

2013 has been a busy year for Tempe Sister Cities Members and all of our hardworking volunteers, so we thought it important to recap some of our top newsletter stories of the past year.  We hope you will check our web site often as we continue to celebrate our Tempe Sister Cities and Hackett House activities during 2014. Our continued goal is  “Bringing the World Together…  One Friendship at a Time” Happy New Year from all of us at Tempe Sister Cities. January (Click Here to View Full Articles)     New Zealand Educator Exchange News     Hackett House School Tours […]

Thirty-Two Young Adults Selected for Summer Travel Abroad

March 1st was a day for thirty-two young adults to remember as they were selected to travel this coming summer to one of Tempe’s sister cities. The selection process was a rigorous set of group and individual interviews that students were able to demonstrate their aptitude for being successful delegates and exceptional

THIRTY-TWO STUDENT DELEGATES SELECTED TO REPRESENT TEMPE

Selection Night was a memorable experience for 32 high school juniors from around Tempe. It was the night they were selected to be 2012 Tempe Sister City Delegates to 8 international destinations. The excitement was in the air as each student stepped up on the stage to hear which sister city they will be visiting this summer. Visiting Beaulieu sur Mer, France will be Hollly Berns, Kelsey Files, Colin McCormick,and Kimberely Valentine. Going to Carlow, Ireland will be

Top TSC Newsletter Stories of 2011

Since it has been a busy year for Tempe Sister Cities as we celebrate our 40th Anniversary, we thought it important to recap some of our top newsletter stories of the past year.  We hope you will check our web site often as we continue to celebrate our Tempe Sister Cities and Hackett House activities during 2012. Happy New Year from all of us at Tempe Sister Cities. January (Click Here to View Full Articles)     Sister City Young Artists Recognized     Soup For You, A School For Timbuktu     Youth Group Brightens Family’s Christmas February (Click Here to View […]

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