Cultural Education for K-12
The Alliance Project’s educational programs for elementary, middle, and high school students serve as immersive cultural experiences that transport students to faraway places - right in the comfort of their home classrooms and communities.
Our programs give students the tools they need to access and interpret diverse cultural experiences on their educational levels. We work closely with arts and culture educators to create impactful exposure-based experiences that are designed to enhance peer relationships and teach the importance of respect and unity.
The Alliance Project's fun and interactive programs help students build meaningful connections with their classmates so they can develop a kinder, more inclusive outlook on the world around them.
Scholarships For University Students
The Alliance Project believes that every student deserves the opportunity to learn more, see more, and be more. Through international education and travel, our youth can gain insight into different cultures, get the know-how they need to succeed in our fast-paced global economy, and take their place in the rising generation of global leaders.
We award post-secondary study academic scholarships to individuals who conduct research or pursue cultural studies abroad. With the help of generous contributions to the Alliance Project, our students gain a greater global competency and an appreciation for the differences around them.
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic performance, individual achievement, and long-term goals and objectives. To be considered, students must submit an application and complete a formal interview with The Alliance Project’s selection committee.
Youth Development Through the American Tradition of Horsemanship
The Alliance Project’s horsemanship program teaches youth in the Spokane, Washington area about the American tradition of horsemanship.
Young people who have positive interactions with horses often experience increased self-esteem, improved social skills, and greater confidence at home, at school, and in the community.
By working with horses, students foster leadership, citizenship, patience, and increased accountability and responsibility. Our equine programs allow students to work with these special animals in a noncompetitive environment that is geared toward self-improvement.
The Alliance Project horsemanship program is open to youth of all ages in the Spokane, Washington area.
Contact The Alliance Project to learn more about our youth horsemanship program.
The Alliance Project sponsors organizations and programs that are in alignment with its core mission of helping youth broaden their perspectives through travel, cultural education, and exposure-based educational opportunities.
The Alliance Project's Promotion of Equine Programs
The Alliance Project provides sponsorship to equine programs that share our values of self-growth, inclusivity, and responsibility.
Currently, we are contributing to the local 4-H Horse Program. The Alliance Project’s donations to the Spokane County 4-H Youth Development at Washington State University help to support 4-H’s mission through a variety of youth programs including the Spokane County 4-H Horse Project Program.
Our commitment to the support of local equine programs, both in Spokane and throughout the United States, is part of what we're most passionate about at The Alliance Project.
Our sponsorship program is open to donating to similar youth outreach programs nationwide. If your organization would like to be considered for sponsorship, please contact us.
The Alliance Project's Promotion of Arts Programs
The mentors and sponsors at The Alliance Project are focused on providing students of all ages with opportunities to connect with cultures in new and fun ways! Through our in-class arts programs, students learn the ways in which cultures across the globe are unique and special.
Our arts programs include:
- Cooking classes
- Visual arts education
- Language classes
- Music classes
Contact The Alliance Project to learn more about how your project or organization can receive sponsorship.