HELENA, Mont. -

A nonprofit organization that promotes international exchanges and foreign leaders' visits to Montana is moving its headquarters from Bozeman to Helena.
    
The Independent Record reports (http://bit.ly/1pf5dgk ) WorldMontana announced recently it will relocate from Montana State University to Carroll College.
    
Carroll President Tom Evans says most foreign delegations visiting Montana travel to Helena to meet with government officials, so it makes sense for WorldMontana to be based in the capital city.
    
The headquarters will be housed in Carroll's new Artaza Center for Excellence in Global Education.
    
WorldMontana was founded in 1987. Its website says it participates in the U.S. State Department's International Visitor Leadership Program and hosts about 150 international leaders per year.