The San José – Dublin Sister City Program promotes “ civic, cultural, economic, educational, artistic and athletic ties between San Jose and Dublin as well as between Silicon Valley and Ireland.”

The San Jose Dublin Sister City Program supports San José's annual Irish Week celebration, Golf Tournament and the Spirit of Ireland Awards, the San José Dublin Sister City Pat McMahon Masters Level Exchange Scholarship Series, as well as a variety of Exchange Activities and ongoing Irish Community Events.

San Jose Dublin Sister Cities
Spirit of Ireland Award
Wednesday, October 8th
5:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Stanford Faculty Club
Stanford, CA

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Craig Barrett
2014 Spirit of Ireland Award Recipient

San Jose Dublin Sister Cites Program (SJD) and the Irish Techonolgy Leadership Group (ITLG) welcomes you to join us and Dr. Craig R. Barrett, Retired CEO/Chairman of the Board of Intel Corporation, for a VIP evening on Wednesday, October 8th at the Stanford Faculty Club. SJD joins the ITLG Silicon Valley 50, the top Irish & Irish American technology leaders in Silicon Valley, at the ITLG 7th Annual Gala Dinner, where ITLG will announce the winners of the ITLG/Irish Times Silicon Valley Global Awards and the San Jose Dublin Sister Cites Program at will honor Dr. Barrett with our prestigious 'Spirit of Ireland' award. We look forward to seeing you at Stanford for a great evening of technology, investment and networking.

    Admission
  • San Jose Dublin Sister Cites Program attendees: $225
  • ITLG Members $200
  • Full Price $450 (Full price includes a one year ITLG membership)

Click this link to purchase any of our tickets:
Eventbrite - San Jose Dublin Sister City Program Ticket Sales

Or mail a check to:
San José – Dublin Sister City Program, Inc.
189 W Santa Clara Street
San Jose, CA 95113
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This year, 2014, the San Jose Dublin Sister City Program, Inc. has a very exciting calendar of activities to support our mission.

You, our public, were cordially invited to participate in our public activities, which we will continue to present in NEW ways in order to achieve our three goals:

1) Continue our ongoing quarterly series of cultural and social activities;

2) Continue our year round fundraising campaign to exclusively support and grow the “first of its kind” Pat McMahon Masters Level Exchange Scholarship Series, and;

3) Showcase the Spirit of Ireland Award Program distinct from Irish Week.

Pat McMahon Masters Level Exchange Scholarship Series

Our second scholarship recipient is Electronic Systems scholar Andrew Kiernan of Dublin, arrived in late January and is fully immersed at SJSU and Cypress Semiconductor.

Use Program's ExtrAA account number 862650 when you book airline tickets, get extra discounts and credits for yourself and our Programs!



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