If you have questions about Switzerland, or need information about Swiss Abroad, Social Services for Swiss Citizens, Scholarships and grants, please see our the links below. These fine organizations may help you find what you are looking for.
|Consulate General of Switzerland in New York|
Competent for the States of New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Consulate General of Switzerland in Chicago – Facebook
After the recent re-opening of our offices in Chicago, we are excited to be back in the Midwest and now, also on Facebook. On this page, the team and I will be sharing stories and events about innovation, culture and more from Switzerland and the Midwest. Our goal, especially, during these difficult times, is to start conversations, build connections, and spark curiosity. We invite you to join us on this journey.
Swiss Embassy in Washington, D.C
The Swiss Embassy in Washington works closely with the entire Swiss network of official representations in the U.S., specifically the six Consulates General, the Swiss Business Hub USA and other offices.
Swiss American Chamber of Commerce
The Swiss American Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit organization committed to the promotion and facilitation of business relations between Switzerland and the United States.
Swiss Benevolent Society of New York
The Swiss Benevolent Society of New York is the oldest charitable Swiss organization in the United States. It provides social services, education scholarships and grants, and the Swiss Business Directory.
Swiss Tourism Board
The official website of the Swiss National Tourist Office. Find all information you need for your vacation, your holidays in Switzerland. Book hotels, apartments and chalets. Buy souvenirs, gifts or rail tickets.
ThinkSwiss shows you that Switzerland is a global, knowledge-based country full of talent, high-tech opportunities and creativity. The program is run by the Swiss representations in the USA under the auspices of the SER, FDFA and Presence Switzerland
Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, offers a lot of information about Switzerland, the Swiss government, the history of Switzerland, Switzerland’s languages, Swiss culture and more.
American Swiss Foundation
Created in 1945, the Foundation seeks to preserve and strengthen the historic friendship between the United States and Switzerland on a person-to-person basis.
The Swiss Center of North America
The Swiss Center of North America is unique destination located on-line and in the heart of one of the largest Swiss settlements in America. Our reach is global as the Swiss government has entrusted us with its popular Swiss Roots program.
American Swiss Clubs
- Celebrate Swiss National Day with the DSS Sunday 7/31 2-6PMat Island Lake Recreation Area, Liberty Shelter Enter park at 6301 Kensington Rd, Brighton, MI 48116 – drive about 5 Miles inside Park – follow the DSS signs all the way to Liberty Shelter RSVP Not requiredMembers FREE, Non-members $ 10.00, Children <12 FREE We will serve Famous Brat- and Knockwurst from Winter Sausage – Please bringContinue reading “Celebrate Swiss National Day with the DSS Sunday 7/31 2-6PM”
- Celebrate Swiss National Day with the DSS – July 31, 2-6PMat Island Lake Recreation Area, Liberty Shelter Enter park at 6301 Kensington Rd, Brighton, MI 48116 – drive about 5 Miles inside Park – follow the DSS signs all the way to Liberty Shelter RSVP Not requiredMembers FREE, Non-members $ 10.00, Children <12 FREE We will serve Famous Brat- and Knockwurst from Winter Sausage – Please bringContinue reading “Celebrate Swiss National Day with the DSS – July 31, 2-6PM”