AMERIGO Association
International Cultural Exchanges Programs Alumni

Amerigo Association brings together the Italian alumni of the International Cultural Exchanges Programs promoted, in their various formulations, by the US State Department (Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs). Born in May 2007 on the initiative of eight founding members coming from the Italian academic, entrepreneurial, journalistic, political and institutional world, it aims to encourage the exchange of personal and professional knowledge and experiences got in the USA during the Exchange Programs, in order to realize common projects.
In close collaboration with the Cultural Office of the US Embassy in Italy, our Association aims to carry out combined projects and to participate, through specific agreements, to activities and initiatives promoted by other Italian and foreign institutions and associations having similar purposes and actions.


Columbus Citizens Foundation
8 East, 69 th Street - New York

The Columbus Citizens Foundation is a non-profit organization created by Mr. Generoso Pope and Judge Samuel Di Falco, in order to keep alive the relationships between Italo-Americans and their home country, to maintain the memory of their origins and traditions, and to celebrate their contributions to the land that sheltered their ancestors.
The Foundation is involved in philanthropic and cultural activities, especially towards the young, in order to give everybody the possibility to be educated and well trained, and guaranteeing a good life.
Since 1929, the Columbus Citizens Foundation organizes the Columbus Day Parade in New York City. This is a moment for celebrating its origins, shared with other Americans, with Italy and with all the Italian communities in the world.


Via Fratelli Bronzetti 21 int - 20129 Milano

èItalia is a magazine that has been defined as the leading source of Italian news in the world. It started in 1999 with the aim to promote the economic, tourist and cultural Italian heritage abroad. It also allows the international community to follow Italy’s various developments and changes in every field.
The magazine is printed in color and has a circulation of 200,000 in Italy and abroad. It is sold together with “Panorama Economy” (in Italy) and with “America Oggi” (in the United States).. èItalia also includes::

èItalia – editor Domenico Calabria