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As a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit, ICS seeks out sponsorship to support its various programs and events.  Our work as advoactes and educators is essential to increasing awareness about the role of the Caribbean American community in the Diaspora and in the region.

If you are interested in donating to an ICS program or sponsoring an ICS event, please send an email to icsdcorg@gmail.com or call 202-638-0460.

 

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Academics and Professionals with Doctoral degrees interested in joinng our Research Council, please send email to icsdcorg @gmail.com.
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Graduate Students in Masters and Doctoral Programs or recent graduates within five years of graduation and under 40 years old, send expressions of interest to icsdcorg@gmail.com.   Research must be on issue relevant to Caribbean development or Caribbean American community.
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