|Does the institute belong to a university or governmental entity?
WSIL was incorporated in 2006 as a 501(c)3, not for profit organization. This means that while we work closely with local, national and international institutions, we remain an independant organization.
How can I donate funding to the Institute?
As a relatively new not for profit institution, donations are essential to ensure the daily operations of the institute. If you wish to make a donation, please contact personnel at the Institute.
How can I volunteer for the Institute?
WSIL invites dedicated and driven community members and organizations to become volunteers on our committees.
Advantages to becoming a member include:
- Play an active role in the implementation of the goals and objectives of WSIL in communities across the world.
- Diversify the leadershop, membership, ideas and projects of the Institute.
- Increase public awareness of the Institute and its programs.
- Attend board meetings and actively engage in the projects of the Institute.
To whom should I send my curriculum vitae or résumé for consideration?
All employment requests should be sent to:
World Studies Institute of Louisiana
200 South Main Street
St. Martinville, LA 70582
When are the Institute's board meetings?
WSIL's Board of Directors meet each third Monday, monthly, at 5:30pm.
If you wish to attend the board meetings, please notify us beforehand at
Where is the institute located?
The executive office of WSIL is located at the Maison DuChamp in historic St. Martinville, LA at the corner of Port and Main Streets.
I like the Liaison project and would like to have my class or instructor participate. What next?
All requests to participate in Liaison should be made to the Institute. We will review your request and contact you promptly.