We are in need of volunteers. For the past several years, the Tempe Sister Cities Volunteers have participated in the Rock ‘N’ Roll Arizona Marathon. No! No! We don’t run in the marathon. We serve beer, to the runners, at the end of the race. Each runner is allowed one free beer and we sell […]
I finally have time to begin my blog! The four of us (Natalie, Sean, David, and I) arrived on Sunday afternoon. We each left with our families and I finally met Sashka and her parents. She lives in a house about ten minutes from the center of the city by bus. Her mother made chicken […]
Thirty-two Tempe Sister City students are embarking on their unique adventures in one of our many sister cities this month. They will spend 5 weeks with their sister city brother or sister and return with them as part of their exchange. Sixty-four students from all over the world will be experiencing all that Tempe, Arizona […]
You have many ways to become involved In 1971, a loaf of bread cost 16 cents, Apollo 14 landed on the moon, and Tempe Sister Cities was born. Since that time, our all-volunteer run organization has impacted thousands of lives all over the globe. Now we ask YOU, former delegates and family members, to become […]
My name is Molly Evans and I went to Regensburg in 2009. Tempe Sister Cities did a lot for me. It changed me after just one, extremely short summer. I was a very shy, withdrawn kid in most public situations and rarely went out for anything. The interview process (as well as the rest of the […]
My Name is Mariah Hoffman and I was a delegate to Lower Hutt in 2008. Tempe Sister Cities changed my world outlook: After TSC I will forever have the adventurous craving to travel and experience the world through the eyes and hearts of another culture.
My name is Sarah Hill and I was a delegate in 2001 to Lower Hutt. I was originally selected to go to Skopje, but due to the war in Kosovo we were not sent. My sister Rachel Hill was a delegate to Skopje seven years later. I am currently living in Regensburg and I’d love […]
Planned activities include Grand Canyon trip, Disneyland weekend, and a real American prom For Tempe youth who take part in the Tempe Sister Cities Student Exchange program, spending a month abroad is only half the fun—because after the students return home to Tempe, they have the fun of playing host to their exchange brother or […]