Our Partners

These partner organizations expand the network of Fort Worth Sister Cities International.  We believe in inclusiveness that benefits all citizens and creates meaningful relationships in Fort Worth, the U.S. and the world. We have established long-lasting relationships with these organizations and collaborate with them on many programs each year.

Fort Worth Sister Cities International coordinates the sister cities program on behalf of the City of Fort Worth.  The City of Fort Worth is the 16th largest city in the United States.  It is a city proud of its western heritage, rich in culture, and proud of its economic standing.
The mission of Sister Cities International is to promote peace through mutual respect, understanding, & cooperation – one individual, one community at a time.  It is a nonprofit citizen diplomacy network that creates and strengthens partnerships between U.S. and international communities. We strive to build global cooperation at the municipal level, promote cultural understanding and stimulate economic development.
It is the mission of the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce to promote the interests of its members by assuming a leadership role in making Fort Worth an excellent place in which to live, work and do business. Its selection of programs, services and events are designed to connect with a powerful market – the leading business community of Fort Worth.
The Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau is the official destination marketing organization of the 16th-largest city in the United States.  The organization is dedicated to promoting Fort Worth as a premier business and leisure destination, with thriving centers of culture and commerce.
Fort Worth ISD manages a network comprising of nearly 80,000 students in 81 elementary schools, 24 middle schools and 6th grade centers, 13 high schools and 21 special campuses.  Fort Worth ISD enjoys a diverse student population and strong community partnerships.
The mission of the Fort Worth Japanese Society is to foster Japanese and American understanding by providing an opportunity to learn about Japan, it’s people, language and culture. It was founded in 1985 and currently has over 300 members.


The Generation Hope Laptop Program was designed to educate and enhance students’ ability to use technology to achieve academic success.   “The mission of Generation Hope Laptop Program is to nurture, empower and develop the whole child by leveraging technology with computer involvement and global awareness to brighten their life possibilities.”
The mission of Texas Christian University is to educate individuals to think and act as ethical leaders and responsible citizens in the global community. With an extensive study abroad program boasting flagship programs in London, Florence, Italy  and Seville, Spain and a campus in Budapest, Hungary, TCU understands the importance of advancing international understanding.
Tarrant County College provides affordable and open access to quality teaching and learning.Student success is a centerpiece of the new Vision 2015 Strategic Plan, and Tarrant County College has set forth initiatives and partnered with organizations to ensure student success and development.
The University of Texas at Arlington is a comprehensive research, teaching, and public service institution whose mission is the advancement of knowledge and the pursuit of excellence. The University is committed to the promotion of lifelong learning through its academic and continuing education programs and to the formation of good citizenship through its community service learning programs.
Texas Wesleyan University is a United Methodist institution with a tradition in the liberal arts and sciences with professional and career preparation. As a small, private, four-year co-educational university, Wesleyan delivers a solid undergraduate curriculum and select graduate programs to a diverse student body.

The UNT Health Science Center is a 33-acre graduate university located in Fort Worth’s Cultural District. The campus includes the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, the School of Public Health and the School of Health Professions, which includes the departments of Physician Assistant Studies and Physical Therapy.
The World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth brings international awareness and cross-cultural understanding to the North Texas community. The Council ‘s mission is to promote international awareness, understanding and connections through its multifaceted programs. The Council works to enhance the region’s global stature and to prepare North Texans to thrive in our complex world.
The mission of the Arts Council of Fort Worth & Tarrant County is to create an environment that promotes, nurtures, and supports the arts in the community.
The mission of Fort Worth Country Day School is to foster the intellectual, physical, emotional, and ethical development of capable students through an academically rigorous college preparatory program that integrates the arts and athletics, as well as to inspire the passion to learn, the courage to lead, and the commitment to serve.
Kids Who Care is an international musical theatre company based in Fort Worth, Texas. Our mission is to produce confident and creative kids through leadership, musical theatre education and performance.
Arts Fifth Avenue (A5A) in Fort Worth is a non-profit arts organization created to provide a forum of expression for dancers, choreographers, musicians, composers, and visual performing artists; and to stimulate, develop and preserve interest in Tap dance and Jazz music and to educate the public, particularly youth, about these uniquely American art forms.
The Links, Incorporated is an international, not-for-profit corporation, established in 1946. It is one of the nation’s oldest and largest volunteer service organizations of extraordinary women who are committed to enriching, sustaining and ensuring the culture and economic survival of African Americans and other persons of African ancestry.
GlobalNTX-logo Global North Texas is a non-profit organization working with the U.S. State Department to host current and emerging foreign leaders – from government, politics, the media, education, the arts, business and other key fields – who come to North Texas under the government’s International Visitor Leadership Program. They are a member of Global Ties U.S. and part of a national network of 91 offices and 80,000 volunteers and recently nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.


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