PSOW maintains an expansive network of professional relationships which greatly helps to keep the School and you abreast of trends in the fields of protocol, etiquette and communication skills.
PSOW is a signatory of WOMEN ACHIEVE, an innovative program established by the AmCham Abu Dhabi’s Women in Business Committee that promotes the professional advancement of women. The program was developed to encourage companies and organization to give women more opportunities to advance their careers by offering them positions of greater responsibility and leadership.
One of the world's top 500 universities and PSOW signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which outlines future collaboration in various areas of mutual benefit. This partnership encompasses a wide range of endeavors and will also offer alumni, graduating seniors, post-graduate students, leadership program students and executives within the community at-large, opportunities to attend a workshop to be offered twice a year at AUS. The focus is on internationally-accepted standards and skills that will enhance career and professional expertise.
Crown Prince Court of Abu Dhabi, UAE – PSOW and CPC entered into an Educational Alliance Agreement in October 2011 in relation to the Sponsorship of an Educational Initiative and an Alliance for the Protocol Department at the Crown Prince Court of Abu Dhabi.
Dubai Women Establishment (DWE) and The Protocol School of Washington (PSOW) signed a two-year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), with a view to establishing programs that support and develop the vocational skills of women leaders, helping them to hone their capabilities and achieve greater personal and professional development.
PSOW has entered into a strategic partnership to build and promote cross cultural respect across the world with ISOA, a global partnership of private sector and nongovernmental organizations providing critical services in fragile environments worldwide.
The Protocol School of Washington and the Protocol Department-Dubai (in the United Arab Emirates) entered into an Educational Alliance Agreement in July 2009 in relation to the Sponsorship of an Educational Initiative and an Alliance for the Protocol Department.