Useful Links 2016-11-19T12:32:02+00:00

Useful Links

Assembly of Turkish American Associations: ATAA is a fast-growing umbrella organization of Turkish American associations throughout the United States, Canada and Turkey, dedicated to pursuing the interests of Turkish Americans and friends of Turkey in Washington, DC and beyond.
www.ataa.org


ATEP (American-Turkish Energy Professionals): ATEP is a non-profit, non-religious organization with no political affiliation, that promotes cooperation and networking activities among all energy professionals that are interested in Turkey's and Azerbaijan's Energy Sector.
www.linkedin.com/groups/ATEP-AmericanTurkish-Energy-Professionals-1835572/about


Education for Women in Turkey Fund: EWT Fund promotes closing the gap in education and to empower underprivileged girls with the knowledge and the skills necessary to create a better life for themselves, their families and the community around them.
www.ewtfund.org


Turkish American Association for Business: Turkish American Association for Business (TAAB) is a non-profit organization primarily composed of Turkish / American professionals and business people located in the Greater Houston Metropolitan Area.
taab-texas.org


Turkish American Political Action Committee: (TurkishPAC - Turkish American Heritage Political Action Committee until May 2008)  is incorporated in Houston, TX. Initially, it is conceived as an e-mail list of Turks living in Houston, to be expanded in time to other cities in Texas and, eventually, to other states in the US.
turkishpac.org


Turkish Consulate General in Houston: Here you will find information on Turkey, the news and events related to the Turkish American community in our jurisdiction area.
houston.cg.mfa.gov.tr


Turkish Cultural Foundation: The Turkish Cultural Foundation promotes and preserves Turkish culture and heritage worldwide, and places special emphasis on education for disadvantaged students in Turkey and abroad. Created in 2000, the Foundation seeks to help build cultural bridges between Turkey and other countries in order to support a better understanding and appreciation of Turkish cultural heritage. To do this, the Foundation coordinates a series of people-to-people cultural exchanges, educational programs, and websites promoting Turkish music, art, and cuisine. As a US tax-exempt public charitable organization, the Foundation is supported entirely by private donations and has offices in Boston, Istanbul, Sonoma and Washington, DC.
www.turkishculturalfoundation.org