This summer, CHI arranged our first ever father/daughter World Explorers homestay in Spain!
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I spent one month of my summer as a volunteer in the United States. My American life has two parts. One is staying with my host family, and the other one is volunteering at the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire.
Our spotlight today comes from Kitti Ersek, a first-time CHI Camp Leaders participant from Hungary.
Now that most of our 2019-2020 high school exchange students have arrived in the U.S. and are getting adjusted to their new lives, next up is a big welcome party!
Movies like Jurassic Park and Godzilla came to life for CHI Work & Travel participants when they visited Kualoa Ranch Nature Reserve in Oahu, HI.
“I really had a great time here and appreciate everyone for what they have done. I hope I can hold this cherish this memory forever.”
For the past few months, we’ve been asking our Work and Travel, Internship/Trainee and CHI Au Pair participants to share photos from their summer fun.
An independent research firm, EurekaFacts, produced a thorough review of Camp
Counselor programs. According to the report, 99% of host camps offer equivalent chances
regarding job opportunities for Americans.
Every year, we welcome some of our Academic Year Program (AYP) students from East Asia for intensive English classes that help them prepare for their year in the U.S.
“This internship made me more confident in my working sphere than before. I achieved personal development after finishing the internship. I would say, I had a brilliant time during this internship and it will never be forgotten in my life.”