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Individual Membership

Membership at all levels supports ongoing programs that broaden international understanding in Oregon including: more than 60 public programs each year with experts and world leaders; an International Visitor Program that annually hosts 500 emerging leaders and entrepreneurs from around the world for professional exchanges and business training; a vibrant Global Classroom program, enhancing access to international education and multicultural learning for K-12 schools across Oregon and SW Washington.

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Price$1,000.00$500.00$250.00$125.00$70.00$50.00$40.00
Subscription to the Council’s monthly newsletter with information on events and programs2 adults and children in the household2 adults and children in the household2 adults and children in the household2 adults and children in the household2 adults and children in the household1 designated person1 designated person
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Discount admission rates to all Council events and programs
Discounted admission at all participating World Affairs Council events throughout the U.S.
Opportunities to meet with emerging leaders from around the world through the dinner hospitality program of the
Council’s International Visitor Program
Access to World Affairs Council travel programs with in-country briefings
Special subscription rates for periodicals and books**
Preferential opportunities to host participants in the International Visitor Program   
Invitations to special programs and events    
Member discount for 2 guests at Monthly Headline Forums     
Seating at Monthly Headline Forum head table on a rotating basis     
Subscription to Foreign Affairs      
Free admission to regular Council events      
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* Retired, Teacher, Young Professional, Student       

** The Economist • Foreign Affairs • Foreign Policy • Saudi Aramco World • Stratfor • World Affairs • The New Yorker  World Policy Journal • Council on Foreign Relations • Center for Strategic and International Studies • The Brookings Institution