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Hosting a Foreign Exchange Student
The EF Foundation for Foreign Study's mission is to promote international understanding and global awareness across the United States and to do so with the highest level of program quality and participant support in the exhange community. This organization is the leader in high school exchange and brings more international students to the United States each year than any other program in the industry. Their organization finds host families, enrolls students in school and provides students, hosts and schools
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The Benefits of Hosting an International Exchange Student
AFS-USA works to foster global competency among U.S. citizens by providing international and intercultural education opportunities for students, schools, families, and communities through a global volunteer partnership. Each year the Greater Milwaukee Area AFS Team volunteers work hard to find more than 50 host families for foreign exchange students from around the world. Joining us to discuss the benefits of this program are Norwegian AFS student Gard Jorgensen and his "host dad" Chad Bauman. To learn more about hosting an AFS student, volunteering or going abroad with AFS, visit AFSUSA.org.
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Living with American Host Family: Dos and Don'ts
I serve as a marketing and PR associate at New Oasis International Education. I wrote, directed, shot and edited this video for the purpose of preparing Chinese students to live with American host families.
Views: 4487 Xiao Sylvia Bao
Discover what Exchange Students Think of America? American Food and Host Families
Exchange Student Talk USA Episode 5. Student from Lithuania, Germany, and Thailand discuss their experiences in the US. For more information on Studying Abroad or hosting a foreign exchange student. Please visit us at www.exchangestudenttalkusa.com.
Is Hosting an Exchange Student for You?
EF Foundation for Foreign Study promotes international understanding and global awareness across the United States, and to do so with the highest level of program quality and participant support in the exchange community. EF Foundation for Foreign Study is the leader in high school exchange. They bring more international students to the United States each year than any other program in the industry. They place approximately 3,000 students each year with caring host families. Check out EFFoundation.org
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Hosting an Exchange Student Q&A | experience + advice
Here's some insight into what it's like to host an exchange student. Feel free to ask me questions in the description (: watch my last video: https://youtu.be/ZQGM7f6LNrE subscribe to my channel: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCmNHmh... ———————————————————— my social media // twitter: @marisallogan https://twitter.com/marisallogan instagram: @marisalll http://instagram.com/marisalll tumblr: http://cluelessowl.tumblr.com pinterest: @marisallogan http://www.pinterest.com/marisallogan/ snapchat: @marisa1199 ———————————————————— a little note for ya // Hey there to whoever is reading this! My name is Marisa and right now I'm a high school student living in the Midwest of the USA. One of my favorite things ever is making videos for YouTube and connecting with all sorts of people through the internet. I like to post videos about fashion, food, makeup, books, advice, travel, tags, challenges and other things. If you want to see my new uploads be sure to subscribe to my channel and you can always follow me on any of my social media accounts listed above to keep connected with me as well. I hope you know that you're capable, brave and significant. I love you for existing and supporting me and I will see you guys in my next video!!! ♡
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Student Tips: Living with a Host Family
Your host family is one of the most important parts of your exchange year. Hear from former students on what it's like to settle into a new home and make the most of your time with your host family. http:///www.exchangestories.com
Arriving at my host family's house | Yuna's EF story
Hi ♡ My name is Yuna Borsboom and I am a sixteen years old Dutch girl. I’m on my exchange year in Bristol, Virginia with EF. And I’m going to share all of my adventures with you! Every week I make 2 vlogs, one during a school week and one in the weekend. Sometimes I upload more than 2 video’s, but not always. My video’s are called Yuna’s EF story. Would you like to follow me on my adventure? Subscribe! Love, Yuna Twitter : https://twitter.com/yunaborsboom Instagram : http://instagram.com/yunaborsboom Soundcloud : https://soundcloud.com/yuna-borsboom Snapchat: yunaborsboom Camera: Samsung NX300M
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Hosting a foreign exchange student
There are benefits for the student and the host family when it comes to housing a foreign exchange student.
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Picking Up Our Exchange Student ✈️
**** Please Click "Show More" and Read The Description! **** ------------------------ This video has had quite a bit of success and it makes up a large portion of my views. I'm so glad you found the video and if you're an exchange student (or you want to be one) that is amazing! I make many other types of videos as well so if you enjoyed this format stick around for other types of videos as well! :) ------------------------ Today we picked up our EXCHANGE STUDENT! It was so exciting and it has been great learning about Finland! If you are interested in hosting or becoming an exchange student you should check out YFU. YFU is a company that finds host families for students that want to go on exchange. If you are looking for any tips on hosting you can ask me in the comments, we have hosted five exchange students and plan to host again in the future. It is always so exciting to get an arrival date and go pick them up! :) Music: Damien Jurado Gnash My Gear: The camera I use for daily vlogs- http://amzn.to/2afAvJN The tripod I love- http://amzn.to/29XOSTz The best vlogging mic- http://amzn.to/2a3Ejg9 An awesome lense- http://amzn.to/2afA5mT Another great lense for a cheaper price- http://amzn.to/29Z8U9X Social Media: Instagram: @cart_surach Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cart_surach Website: http://www.visualsbycarter.com Daily Wisdom: Don’t let yourself get overwhelmed, just take a step back and look at what’s important.
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MY HOST FAMILY - exchange year USA 2016/17 || Sara Guggi
Hello you guys! Finally I’m able to upload this video about my lovely texan host family and where I’ll be living (I was in the mountains with no wifi). Hope you enjoy it and please comment for any questions or whatever you want. Make sure to stay tuned for my next video about my last month in Italy! ------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTACTS: Instagram - sara.guggi snapchat - sara.guggi facebook - https://www.facebook.com/sara.guggi.5 email - [email protected] SITES: My Italian organization: http://www.astudy.it My American organization: http://www.cetusa.org ABOUT ME: Name: Sara Guggi Age: 16 From: Italy Camera: Gopro Hero4 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- DISCLAIMER: ALL CREDITS GO TO THE OWNERS OF THE SONGS.
Views: 39996 Sara Guggi
https://www.facebook.com/Stephen-Nymberg-stacker97-118445394914991/ I am studying abroad for 4 months in Valencia, Spain and chose to live with a host family. I live with a Spanish speaking family of 2 parents, 2 brothers, and 2 sisters. I can honestly say it has been the best experience of my life. They're pumped to meet you guys you through the screen!
Views: 26216 Stephen Nymberg
Meeting Our Exchange Student From Thailand
In this video we pick up and meet our exchange student from Thailand. Her name is Fong! We went the airport, and picked her up. We were all hungry so we went to get a bite to eat. When we got back home we gave a tour of the house and shared some gifts with each other. Fong loves playing guitar so she has been doing that for us as well! :) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Instagram: @visualsbycarter Snapchat: @visualsbycarter
Views: 126021 Carter Surach
SO EXCITED!!! The Exchange Student Arrives From France
Thank you for supporting The Vlog Life :) SUBSCRIBE for more! ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... The Vlog Life http://thevloglife.com/ The Vlog Life https://www.facebook.com/TheVlogLife Twitter https://twitter.com/paulrobinett Instagram http://instagram.com/paulrobinett The Fragrance of Life Aromatherapy Candles http://paulrobinett.com/ ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... My Morning Manifest: I can and I will, focus on my desire, to live the life that I've imagined. I can and I will, stay close to this desire, by reminding myself of it, every day. No one can stop me, but me. No thing can stop me, until tomorrow. I only have to believe this is possible, just for today. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Acting small. Dreaming big. Moving forward. Every day. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... My contact info is: [email protected]
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Host an Exchange Student with EF High School Exchange Year
Host families share their experiences hosting international exchange students with EF High School Exchange Year. Learn more about becoming a host family at www.efexchangeyear.org
Host Family Tips: Welcoming your Student
There are many things that you as a host family can do to welcome your student and make them feel more at home within the first days. Hear some helpful tips from past host families on how they get the year off to a great start. http://www.efexchangeyear.org
Meeting our host families | JAPAN DAY 6
Yay multiple uploads. This was so fun, actually seeing the way japanese students learnt and studied. Also i didn't film walking into the hall but we had no idea what was going to happen and thats why we were kind of freaking out during that whole thing. Regarding how I managed to go to Japan and be a foreign exchange student, my school has a really good connection with our sister schools in Japan so my insanely dedicated teachers organised the for our whole year 10 class to go on this trip. Some of my friends did go through exchange programs though and they had a great time. Twitter: https://twitter.com/Acadia_B Instagram: http://instagram.com/Acadia_B
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Japanese exchange students experience American life at ONW
Starting last month, ONW hosted several students from Maebashi, a town in central Japan. For 10 days, the exchange students got to experience American school, entertainment, food, and more.
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Hosting Foreign Students with Homestay.com
Deirdre from Blackrock in Dublin tells us why she loves hosting foreign students with Homestay.com.
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Exchange student gets surprise he'll never forget...
Jakob, an exchange student from Sweden, is spending his exchange year in Arizona. He thinks this is just an interview about his exchange. Host an exchange student with EF High School Exchange Year. http://www.efexchangeyear.org
Tour of my American home! - Foreign Exchange Student!
I'm a 17 year old exchange student in the United States in the State of Michigan. In this video I will be showcasing the house that I'm staying at. If you have any questions feel free to leave them in the comment section!
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Why Dinner time is her favorite... Foreign Exchange Student Natalia from Spain
Why Dinner time is her favorite... Foreign Exchange Student Natalia from Spain Learn more about studying abroad and hosting: Website ► http://aspectfoundation.org Blog ► http://aspectblog.org Connect with us on social media: Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/AspectFoundation/ Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/aspectfoundation/ Twitter ► http://twitter.com/aspectexchange Pinterest ► http://pinterest.com/aspectexchange If you are wanting to learn more about study abroad or attending school in america then you have come to the right place. We host students from germany, spain, italy, norway, mexico, japan, thailand, france and so many more places. A great chance to travel and meet new people and continue your education.
Views: 3983 Aspect Foundation
Arriving to Colombia (My garbage host family)
Hey, please let me know if you had any bad experiences with host families, planning to go on exchange, or have been to Colombia. If you enjoyed this, please like and subscribe!
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Hosting an International Exchange Student
ACES - American Cultural Exchange Service is a non-governmental, non-profit organization dedicated to international cultural, educational, and sports exchanges. The mission of ACES is to provide high quality international cultural, educational, and sports exchange programs to people in the United States and around the world. At ACES we believe that only through interaction can the peoples of the world truly understand each other, establish friendships and promote world peace. For more information, please contact us at: 1-800-661-2237 or visit: www.ExploreTheWorld.org
Everyone welcome Miriam! She's is our foreign exchange student and is going to be staying with my family for 6 WEEKS during the summer! Subscribe for more fun videos with Miriam! SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter: https://twitter.com/sydkate1111 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sydkate1111/ Snapchat: @Sydsky1111 Vlog Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClMt5LFHcRB5sgiYb54qkHA
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Hosting an International Student
Hosting an international student is a great way to meet a new friend and learn about a different culture.
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Being a host family - hosting an international-Experience.net student
Feedback from former host families who hosted a high school student
Martina From Italy!!  Favorite part about being a Foreign Exchange Student
Martina From Italy!! Favorite part about being a Foreign Exchange Student Learn more about studying abroad and hosting: Website ► http://aspectfoundation.org Blog ► http://aspectblog.org Connect with us on social media: Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/AspectFoundation/ Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/aspectfoundation/ Twitter ► http://twitter.com/aspectexchange Pinterest ► http://pinterest.com/aspectexchange If you are wanting to learn more about study abroad or attending school in america then you have come to the right place. We host students from germany, spain, italy, norway, mexico, japan, thailand, france and so many more places. A great chance to travel and meet new people and continue your education.
Views: 2145 Aspect Foundation
Becoming a Host Family for Foreign Exchange Students - MyEducation UK
Become a host family with MyEducation UK and host high school exchange students in your home. An overview of being a host family.
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Facts about Hosting a Foreign Exchange Student
If you have any additional questions feel free to email me at [email protected]
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Why Host an Exchange Student?
When you host an exchange student, you're doing more than making his or her dream come true. You also gain a new family member, experience a new culture firsthand, create lifelong friendships, and make a positive impact locally and globally. Consider becoming an exchange student host with ISE! Visit https://www.iseusa.org/ for more information!
Host Families - 5 Things You Will Love & Hate about Living with a Host Family
http://www.woltersworld.com Heading abroad with AFS, Rotary Youth Exchange, Your university's study abroad program? Well, living with a host family can be magical or it could be hell. Here are 5 things we love and hate about host families. Mark has had some amazing families and some... well Mark has had some amazing families. Filmed in Vienna, Austria Copyright Mark Wolters 2014
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Create Lifelong Connections By Hosting an Exchange Student with Greenheart
Laura Rose, Greenheart International CEO, shares how Greenheart Exchange host families often develop meaningful and lasting relationships with the students they host. Begin your hosting journey and open your heart and home to the world. Visit hostwithgreenheart.org to learn more about hosting a high school exchange student with us today!
Why I Host - Victoria Homestay Family
Sylvie hosts international students because it opens her home to different cultures. She has hosted students from China, Japan and Brazil. Not only only has Sylvie benefitted from hosting, her daughter Juliette has too. Become a Canada Homestay Network host! For more information on becoming a host: http://whyihost.ca Whether you are a Canadian family, an international student, an agent or a school, we are here to help. http://www.canadahomestayinternational.com/index.html Get more: https://www.facebook.com/CanadaHomestayInternational https://twitter.com/HomestayCHN
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Foreign Exchange Student Hosting
This video promotes families of Waukesha West High School to consider hosting foreign exchange students for the upcoming school year.
Views: 205 Mike Mueller
Host a Foreign Exchange Student
Broaden your family's horizons, host a foreign exchange student! www.ForeignExchangeStudent.com
High School Exchange Beneficial for Both Students and Host Families
Flagstaff is growing more and more each year, by not only local residents, but international students, as well. Miguel Guerrero sat down with Angela, the regional coordinator for Education First (EF) High School Exchange Year, and Paula Grun, a German high school exchange student, to discuss the benefits of the program. EF High School Exchange Year is a non-profit organization that places foreign exchange students from over 13 countries with local host families. The students attend a local high school for a full school year and immerse themselves in American culture. Grun, 17, currently attends Flagstaff Arts & Leadership Academy. She enjoys the contrast the school provides in comparison to typical schools in Germany. Grun describes the strong relationship between her and her host mother, Sharon, and the support she's received since she'd arrived in Flagstaff. She's enjoyed her experience thus far, and has grown a lot and learned more about herself, the United States and her home country. Host families, upon receiving an international student, are encouraged to make the student a part of their family. It's not only important for the visiting student to experience American culture, but for the host family to get a better sense of the student's home country as well. Anyone interested in becoming a host can fill out an online application and go through a screening process. Host families are asked to provide room and board, daily meals and a reasonable amount of transportation to and from social activities. More information can be found online at welcome.efexchangeyear.org.
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Foreign exchange students in need of host family
Foreign exchange students in need of host family
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Hosting an exchange student with ASSE INTERNATIONAL
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Hosting an Exchange Student
AFS Intercultural Programs/USA has been a leader in international high school student exchange for more than 65 years and is part of a worldwide AFS network. AFS-USA welcomes 2,300 international high school exchange students from 90 countries to the US to study in high schools and live with host families. They are currently looking for host families for more than 50 exchange students in the greater Milwaukee area. We are joined by the AFS Chapter President for Whitefish Bay, Stephanie Schultz, as well as ho
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West Texas In Need Of Host Homes for Foreign Exchange Students
The International Cultural Exchange Service needs more host families in the area, because without them, students from other countries may not get the chance to experience West Texas. "I became a host mom. I hosted my first student and fell in love with the program and decided to continue to provide the service and have other people experience what we experienced," said Karen Ivey, the regional administrator for ICES. Ivey is in charge of placing students in host homes in Big Spring, Midland, Coahoma, and Odessa. "We have 60 students,but we would love to place more than 60," she said. Ivey said the students enjoy the area, mostly because of the weather. "It's warm a lot of these kids come from countries that are really cold, so the fall in love with the temperature," she explained. The problem is not very many people are signing up to be host families. "This is a volunteer position, but they will be given something awesome in return, as a son or daughter in an extended family," she said. According to the ICES pamphlet, students are responsible for their expenses. "The host student comes with full coverage health insurance and they are also given money by their natural parents for spending," said Ivey. For families that do decide to open their homes, they could see a tax break. "The tax deduction is $50 a month for the entire year the student is here," Ivey said. Ivey currently has 2 exchange students and said she enjoys watching them take part in the American high school experience. "They're all participating right now in prom and that's an experience in itself for them," she said. Above everything else, Ivey said it's the bond that is made with the kids that is important. "Some of the students do come back to visit their 'families' and spend holidays with each other," she said. If you would like more information on becoming a host family, visit http://www.iceusa.org/. You can also reach Karen Ivey at 432-847-4555.
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The Benefits of Hosting a YES Student
The Kennedy Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) program promotes understanding between the U.S. and Muslim majority countries through a high school exchange program. We're always looking for volunteer families in the U.S. to host one of these amazing students.
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Exchange students meet host families at Spokane International
In the midst of the crowded airport friends and family greeted each other with smiles and hugs, many for the first time. KXLY's Caiti Currey reports.
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Foreign Exchange programs looking for host families
If you want to give a teen the opportunity of a lifetime, the chance to experience American culture, history, friends, consider becoming a host family for an exchange student.
Why We Host Exchange Students
If you have ever wondered about hosting a foreign exchange student, this is a video for you!
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Exchange Student USA- VLOG 2 (Host family)
Helloo!!!! How is everyone going? Great news, I have my host family! YAY! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I'll be going to ALASKA for 5 months for my exchange!!! I'm going to Anchorage to be specific... I will have a host sister and a host mom. I hope that you follow me on my exchange student journey :) If you haven't watched my other videos (then you really should!), you won't know that I'm going with STS. Website for STS: http://www.sts-education.com Next up, I have my pre-departure orientation in a months time. I should be learning about anything and everything my exchange year will offer, my insurance, visa etc etc Stay tuned! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Other videos: - Introduction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRvM0Ujohsg - Random Update: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKwNyEzf93Y - Visa, Pre-departue and More: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Px3DqvYFCIo -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- As always, feel free to contact me via my email: [email protected]
Views: 3962 Sophie Stone