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Student exchange program seeks community representatives

World Heritage, a nonprofit student exchange program, is seeking volunteers to serve as area representatives in their community. World Heritage offers qualified students from around the world, between the ages of 15-18, the opportunity to spend a...

World Heritage, a nonprofit student exchange program, is seeking volunteers to serve as area representatives in their community.

World Heritage offers qualified students from around the world, between the ages of 15-18, the opportunity to spend a high school year or semester in the United States with a host family. The opportunity to study abroad and live with a host family is also offered to our American high school students between 15-18 years old. World Heritage area representatives are the cornerstone of the organization, making all of this possible.

Area representatives recruit and screen potential host families, supervise the exchange students in their community, organize activities with the students throughout the year and provide support to host families, students and schools. Area representatives receive compensation covering their expenses incurred for each student placed and supervised.

Imagine the world of peace and greater understanding.
For more information, call 866-939-4111 or email courtney@world-heritage.org .

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