The Diplomatic Corps provides an avenue of philanthropic engagement in support of YADL. This generosity in turn sustains and advances the important work of YADL in fostering a new generation of young Americans committed to diplomatic leadership. Members of The Diplomatic Corps are honored through various benefits according to their contribution as categorized by our recognition levels: Ambassador, Consul and Attaché.
Ambassador | $1,000 to $2,499
An ambassador is the highest representative from one state to another state. The role requires skill and tact, tenacity and sophistication. YADL trains the American delegation to the G8 & G20 Youth Summits to effectively serve as goodwill ambassadors while promoting national interests.
Consul | $500 to $999
A consul is a special representative of an ambassador in a specific territory of a state charged with facilitating relations in that community. To this end, YADL works closely with our partners across the country including universities, think tanks, foundations, and corporations to carry out its mission.
Attaché | $100 to $499
An attaché executes and oversees a specific portfolio in order to complement and advance the diplomatic work of the embassy. YADL develops young Americans to think critically and compassionately about the many domestic and international policy implications of diplomacy.