407 West State Street, Trenton, NJ 08618  (609)695-3481
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William G. Dressel Jr, Executive Director - Michael J. Darcey, CAE, Asst Executive Director

Did You Know That Your State Municipal League is a Member of Sister Cities International?

If you are seeking ways to help your community build linkages internationally, develop your local economy, empower local citizens and business leaders, and foster an atmosphere or multicultural understanding, then you want to check out membership in Sister Cities International.

As a nonprofit citizen diplomacy network, Sister Cities International creates and strengthens partnerships between U.S. and international communities. We build global cooperation at the municipal level by linking communities together. Our programs promote cultural understanding, volunteer action, community growth, municipal engagement, youth development, and economic development.

Our network can help your community establish close ties with international communities. Through cultural, educational, municipal, business, professional and technical exchanges and projects, your community can grow.
And it gets better. Because the New Jersey State League of Municipalities is a member of Sister Cities International, your community will receive a 50% discount off of your first year’s membership dues.

As a member of Sister Cites International, your community receives many benefits. Our publications, instructional toolkits and guides will help you develop your local sister city program. Your listing in our Membership Directory and online directory grant your sister cities program official status. You can also apply for seed grant opportunities available only to members, and get expert advice from State Coordinators and professional staff. Our member’s only website area links you to a global network of contacts and offers a host of resources and even translation materials. If your community is especially interested in sustainable development or youth programming, you’ll want to join our Network for Sustainable Development or our Youth and Education Network.

For more information about Sister Cities International, go to

407 West State Street, Trenton, NJ 08618  (609)695-3481
 NJLM logo 

William G. Dressel Jr, Executive Director - Michael J. Darcey, CAE, Asst Executive Director

Did You Know That Your State Municipal League is a Member of Sister Cities International?

If you are seeking ways to help your community build linkages internationally, develop your local economy, empower local citizens and business leaders, and foster an atmosphere or multicultural understanding, then you want to check out membership in Sister Cities International.

As a nonprofit citizen diplomacy network, Sister Cities International creates and strengthens partnerships between U.S. and international communities. We build global cooperation at the municipal level by linking communities together. Our programs promote cultural understanding, volunteer action, community growth, municipal engagement, youth development, and economic development.

Our network can help your community establish close ties with international communities. Through cultural, educational, municipal, business, professional and technical exchanges and projects, your community can grow.
And it gets better. Because the New Jersey State League of Municipalities is a member of Sister Cities International, your community will receive a 50% discount off of your first year’s membership dues.

As a member of Sister Cites International, your community receives many benefits. Our publications, instructional toolkits and guides will help you develop your local sister city program. Your listing in our Membership Directory and online directory grant your sister cities program official status. You can also apply for seed grant opportunities available only to members, and get expert advice from State Coordinators and professional staff. Our member’s only website area links you to a global network of contacts and offers a host of resources and even translation materials. If your community is especially interested in sustainable development or youth programming, you’ll want to join our Network for Sustainable Development or our Youth and Education Network.

For more information about Sister Cities International, go to www.sister-cities.org