The George C. Marshall International Center

The George C. Marshall International Center GCMIC preserves and advances Marshall's legacy through education, international exchanges, exhibits, and preservation of The Marshall House in Leesburg, VA

The George C. Marshall International Center was founded to preserve The Marshall House, the beloved home of George and Katherine Marshall, and to further the legacy of General Marshall who is considered by many to be one of the greatest modern-day American heroes.

Today, GCMIC’s mission is to preserve and advance Marshall’s legacy of peace and international cooperation as best exemplified by the Marshall Plan for which General Marshall won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1953. These objectives are advanced through education programs, international exchanges, community events, and the interpretation of Marshall’s home and gardens.

Education is the cornerstone of our programming. GCMIC's Immersion Workshop for teachers and Student Partnership Exchange Program are designed to strengthen the relationships between Europe and the United States, on a grass roots level, by providing unique experiences for the exchange of ideas among participants from the United States and the Marshall Plan countries.

As a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization, the George C. Marshall International Center GCMIC relies on a combination of memberships, corporate sponsorships, private donations and grants to fund its mission. Proceeds from contributions, programs and events support our education programs, and help us preserve The Marshall House.


Make sure not to miss out our upcoming International Speakers Series. The GCMIC Speaker Series at The Marshall House brings distinguished speakers from the international business, policy, diplomatic and academic communities to discuss global topics and promote international understanding. Be sure to purchase your tickets at-


Join us for our next Foreign Policy Book Club: The Looming Tower : Al Quaeda, and the Road to 9/11, by Lawrence Wright
May 2, 2018 12-1pm.
GCMIC Education Center, 312 Market Street, Suite C
Leesburg, VA 20175


Thank you to all who came out to our 2nd Annual Youth Film Festival. And a huge congratulations to our WINNERS.
1st- First Place: Architect of Victory
Sarah Gresens, Hyrum Madson (above)
2nd- Second Place: A Taste of the Marshall House
Tyler Cadenas, Robert Tashiro, Quinn Ramirez
We look forward to seeing you again next year!


We hope you'll join us next Tuesday for our Friends Event at The Marshall House, featuring Marshall Biographer Rachel Yarnell Thompson.


A reminder to RSVP today to join us for this special event!


Please note that The Marshall House will be open this Saturday but closed for tours this Easter Sunday, April 1.


RSVP by Monday, April 2 to join us for our Second Annual Youth Film Festival!


GCMIC offices are closed today due to inclement weather.


Friends of The Marshall House enjoyed a talk by author Wolfgang Samuel this week, who shared some of the memories included in his book "German Boy: A Child of War."


We hope you'll join us tomorrow night!


Author Benn Steil signed copies of his recent book "The Marshall Plan: Dawn of the Cold War" for those that attended our recent reception honoring The Marshall House docents and kicking off our 2018 tour season.


The Marshall House will re-open for tours on Saturday, March 3. In 2018 our public tour hours are Saturday, 10am-5pm, and Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Tours begin on the hour and half hour and the last tour begins at 3:30 p.m. Private or group tours during the week may be arranged by emailing [email protected] at least two weeks in advance. We hope you'll visit us!


Please note that The Marshall House is closed for tours during the months of January and February. We are looking forward to Spring!


The Board of Directors and staff of the GCMIC wish all of our Facebook friends a very Happy New Year.


Wishing all of our Facebook friends a wonderful holiday season.

We want to thank the West Point Alumni Glee Club for their participation in our annual Veterans Day commemoration event at The Marshall House. If you would like to see them again, please consider their upcoming performance of "Johnny Vet: Freedom Isn’t Free" this Saturday, November 18th.

A Veteran's Musical Journey Through History Johnny Vet: Freedom Isn’t Free is a dynamic and inspirational musical journey of the men and women who have fought the nation’s wars and how those same men and women, as veterans, have helped to shape the nation and its destiny.
Newest Marshall Scholars Visit Marshall's Home in Leesburg

Forty George Marshall scholars visited their namesake's home in Leesburg Tuesday afternoon, ahead of beginning their studies in the United Kingdom. The program launched in 1953, established by the British government as a living gift to the U.S in recognition of the generosity of then-Secretary of


312 E Market St, Ste C
Leesburg, VA


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