Bridge building Projects undertaken by South End Jazz until 2008:
- The UNC Charlotte Foundation: stipends for several students to study in Ludwigsburg/Mannheim/Germany for a period of 6 months each.
- Pfeiffer University: financial support for visiting students from Germany to pursue their post graduate degree.
- Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS): financial support to send American high-school students to Germany for a one year period as part of an exchange program.
- Financial support for the DSC - Deutsche Schule Charlotte (German Saturday School) located at Charlotte Country Day School educating German and American children and adults on week-ends in the German language and culture. The Deutsche Schule Charlotte is the oldest foreign language Saturday School in the Southeastern USA
- The World Affairs Council of Charlotte in support of educational programs.
- Public diplomacy in conjunction with the city of Charlotte, NC and the sister city Krefeld/Germany including a tree planting in the Government Park.
- The exhibit of the German artist Dieter Appelt, who exhibited his photographs at the Light Factory, Charlotte, NC.
- A joint program by International House and the McColl Center for Visual Arts promoting works of a young German artist.
- Several other projects.
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