The International Affairs Committee (IAC), founded in 1989, works to advance the contributions of public works to humanity’s sustainability and well-being and raise awareness of APWA’s role in facilitating the international exchange of ideas, programs, services and technologies among public works practitioners and like-minded organizations worldwide.
About the Committee
One of the IAC’s principle objectives is to manage APWA’s Jennings Randolph International Fellowship Program. Each year, the IAC appoints five of its members to serve on the Jennings Randolph International Fellowship Program Review Task Force to solicit and review applications and make recommendations about candidates and the funding of fellowship recipients.
The IAC also promotes and encourages international public works exchange programs, facilitates technology exchange among international public works officials, and manages the APWA International Ambassador Program at PWX.
International Public Works Exchanges
From time to time, APWA is contacted by public works professionals from international partner associations indicating they would like to arrange a public works study tour in the USA and/or Canada. The IAC has developed these two documents to assist APWA chapters in hosting and organizing public works study tours in their communities.
International Public Works Exchanges pamphlet
International Public Works Exchanges information
Current Committee Roster