Monday, March 28, 2016

Apply to be a High School Homestay Local Coordinator Application deadline: April 1



Apply to be a High School Homestay Local Coordinator

Application deadline: April 1
High School HomestaySister Cities International’s High School Homestay Exchange Program allows member cities to host students from their sister city for a year or semester of high school in the U.S.

This program is a wonderful opportunity to help a young person experience life and culture in the U.S. while living and studying in your city. As a U.S. State Department-designated sponsoring organization, Sister Cities International can process the J-1 secondary school student visa starting in the 2016-2017 school year.

If there is interest in your sister city program, the first step is recruiting a Local Coordinator for your community. Local Coordinators are individuals who help recruit host families and work with local high schools to place students. A modest stipend is included with the position.

Click here to download a High School Homestay info flyer and click here to download a High School Homestay Local Coordinator application.

The deadline for applications is THIS FRIDAY, April 1, 2016.

For more information about the High School Homestay Program, visithttp://sistercities.org/HSHS or contact Ted Carroll, membership manager for youth programs, at tcarroll@sistercities.org.

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