Membership

Anyone with an interest in international affairs is invited to join the Council. Members are invited to attend all of the year’s programs and the receptions that precede them, free of charge, and to participate as they wish in the discussions with our speakers. Most of our programs are in person and all are available via Zoom live feed.

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Alternatively, you are welcome to pay in person before each event, or you can mail a check ahead of time for faster entry to:

Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs
401 E. Pratt St., Suite 1611
Baltimore, MD 21202
Please enclose the following information with your check:

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A confirmation letter will be sent as soon as your renewal or new membership is received.

WAYS TO GET INVOLVED

The Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs intends to expand our activities, and to resume our Educational Outreach Programs in the region. We also hope to expand our outreach to members of the Baltimore community, the Baltimore region and eventually all of Maryland. Volunteers to assist in this expansion process will be heartily welcomed. 

Members are entitled to attend all of the year’s programs and the receptions that precede them, free of charge.

Supporter Members are invited to at least three “Dutch Treat” Leadership Dinners with our guest speakers.

Non-members must pay a $25 entrance fee to attend, while non-members who are guests of members must pay $10 to attend.  While everyone is welcome to attend any particular event, we encourage those with an interest in foreign affairs to join the Council.  

EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCES:

We are now reviewing proposals to resume educational outreach. In the past, BCFA hosted three educational conferences throughout the academic year. One in the Fall was directed at secondary school Social Studies teachers; a winter conference was directed at secondary school students and a spring conference was directed at students and faculty of higher education institutions throughout Maryland. If you would like to help in the efforts for BCFA Educational Outreach Programs, please contact us.

TRAVEL THE WORLD WITH THE WORLD AFFAIRS COUNCIL OF PHILADELPHIA:

The World Affairs Council of Philadelphia has been offering tours to all corners of the world for over 36 years. Tours are accompanied by experts on global political issues and Council leadership and give travelers behind-the-scenes views, briefings and meet-the-people experiences. In addition to making all arrangements, travelers are given substantive reading materials to give them a deeper understanding and grasp of the current issues related to the places they visit and to enhance the educational travel experience.