Tyler Sister Cities is a non-profit citizen diplomacy network dedicated to creating partnerships between Tyler, Texas and cities around the world.

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Tyler Sister Cities is part of Sister Cities International, a flourishing global network of exchanges through arts and culture, fostering economic and community development.
 “Everyone has the power to make a difference.”

Salsa dancing, kimono modeling, even antique shopping are a part of our Tyler Sister Cities activities as we visit our compatriots and learn about cultures in their countries. With activities in Japan, Mexico,  Poland, and Costa Rica, Sister Cities encourages Tyler residents to interact face to face with others from a variety of cultures. And, on return visits to Tyler these friends enjoy our city treasures such as the Tyler Rose Garden, the Goodman Museum, The Art Museum, Tyler Junior College, and the University of Texas at Tyler, as well as home visits.

SALSA DANCING…
KIMONO MODELING…

Welcome to the Yachiyo International Association and Yachiyo Board of Education!!

• Our Japanese friends visited from October 16-21 2019! We had a wonderful time renewing acquaintances and making new friends!

NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS!!
The city of Yachiyo is looking for Assistant Language Teachers. This position will begin in July - and it’s time to apply NOW.    Read More >>>


• We’re building a new relationship with San Miguel, Mexico and planning future sister cities activities. A small group went to San Miguel in November, 2019, to meet the Mayor and others.

VISITORS, CELEBRATIONS, AND FUTURE PLANS

TYLER SISTER CITIES NEWS

We installed our first Peace Pole at the Tyler Rose Garden on May 23, 2018! The pole has directional signs pointing to our sister cities around the world, as well as a message of peace.

YACHIYO SISTER CITY DELEGATION VISITED TYLER IN OCTOBER, 2019.

Tyler is a city in and the county seat of Smith County, Texas, in the United States. It takes its name from President John Tyler. Tyler's 2014 estimated population is 107,405. Tyler has the nickname "Rose Capital of the World". It gained this name due to the large quantity of rose bushes processed through the area, along with hosting America's largest rose garden.

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If you would like to be considered for an ALT position , click HERE for more info.

Membership in the Tyler Sister Cities program is open to interested persons who seek to encourage international citizen diplomacy through informal community exchanges, educational, cultural and economic partnerships.
    
  
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Tyler Sister Cities, please contact:

Tyler Sister Cities
600 Tremont St
Tyler, TX 75701