Jamin Henderson, Regional Advisor for International School Exchange, is still looking for host families. She has provided QAV with some quick facts about what it’s like to be a host family.
EXPLORE NEW CULTURES WITHOUT LEAVING YOUR HOME! YOU AND YOUR FAMILY WILL LEARN, FIRST HAND, ABOUT ANOTHER EXCITING COUNTRY BY OPENING YOUR HEART AND YOUR HOME TO A HIGH SCHOOL EXCHANGE STUDENT FROM AROUND THE WORLD. Would you be a part of this? A host family is needed for a foreign exchange student who will be attending your High School the 12/13 school year. A potential host family is needed for the following students: A girl from China who hopes to become a designer. She likes swimming, reading, going to museums, travelling and shopping with her friends. She is an A student, or a boy from Ecuador who likes camping, snow sports, riding horses, playing basketball, and cycling. He also loves cooking, and drawing, or a girl from Brazil who loves school, her favorite subjects are geography, philosophy, and Physics, she has advanced English skills, and is active in her church, or a boy from Germany who loves to play basketball, American football, riding his bike, and swimming. His favorite subjects are History, Math, Chemistry and PE, or a girl from Thailand who is an adaptable, responsible and a cheerful girl. She is a good student and enjoys photography, cooking and baking, playing the violin, and family activities or a boy from Russia who enjoys playing the piano, photography, swimming and loves Math and Physics and has won awards in competitions. He is an A student or a boy from Switzerland who is a good student, he is a happy, ambitious, and honest boy. He is in the Boy Scouts and is the headmaster of his Scout group. He also likes snow skiing, fitness training, reading and swimming, and will be here for first semester only, or a girl from China who is positive, extroverted, enthusiastic, likes singing and dancing, shopping, reading and watching movies.
Students come with good English skills, their own insurance and spending money, and mainly the desire to be a member of an American family. Host families do not need to have teenagers of their own; young families as well as empty nesters are excellent high school student hosts this year.
For more information about these or any other students and the program, contact Jamin Henderson at 360-661-0552 email@example.com