The Professional Liaison Program is designed to allow spouses of internationals to address questions about their career with other professionals in their field either through CCIS professional contacts or through weekly group discussions with other internationals including invited speakers in diverse professional fields.


For Internationals

To help you decide whether PLP is right for you, we have incorporated a few examples of how the PLP allowed the participants to either advance in their career or to make a change to another career of more interest to them. Examples of recent PLP success will give you an idea of how the program has helped other applicants.

Large group of female internationals and their children outside with the Professional Liaison chairman.

Our community contacts are volunteers who donate time to share their professional experience with international visitors. If a personal one-on-one contact is desired, the PLP Coordinator will contact you to arrange a meeting first with you and then with the professonal contact person.

To participate in the one-on-one contact program


To participate in the PLP weekly group discussion


For more information contact Professional Liaison Program at:

For CCIS Volunteers

Professional Liaison Program participants, seated around a table, watching a presentation.

Becoming a professional contact is easy and generally involves meeting with an international applicant to answer questions the applicant might have about a profession.

Food Science reseracher from Japan giving presentation on factors influencing what we eat and their impact on your health.  

To participate in the one-on-one contact program

Spouses and members meet over lunch 

For more information contact Member Services at: