How to Learn More about International Cultural Exchange 

 April 29, 2014

By  Laura Kosloff

164012937 hands in airI find there are many misunderstandings about what is involved in hosting international visitors and what the expectations are for host families, as well as a lack of knowledge about the differences between different kinds of programs (are short-term summer homestays the same experience as a year-long hosting experience, for example).

What *is* hosting? Do you know?

There are many exchange hosting opportunities to learn about another culture.  They include not only sharing your home, but also hosting a teacher or international visitor. To start, visit the U.S. Department of State’s website — click here for more information.

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