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Have you ever Googled where’s the coldest place in Russia or wondered what someone from Bosnia and China would think of food from the Dominican Republic?
We were so impressed by all of the Cultural Ambassador Award submissions that we decided to select 16 winners.
Emerging leaders representing over 50 countries are currently gathered together for leadership development and global networking at this year’s Global Pathfinder Summit in Charlottesville, VA from May 20-24. During the five-day summit participants will gain skills, knowledge and perspective that
Meet Elizabeth Cunningham. She works at Steel Pier in Atlantic City and has been welcoming summer Work and Travel participants for over 16 years! Find out what Elizabeth loves about the Work & Travel program and how Atlantic City locals
Written by Jodi Blank, Midwest Regional Service Manager, CHI Work & Travel Program The word travel. It can mean so many things. To some, it’s a quick trip to see relatives just a few short hours away. To some its a jaunt to a
There is still time to host an exchange student this fall. Students from around the world are coming to the United States for the 2018-19 school year! Students are 15-18 years old and attend your local high school for either
CHI Au Pair is proud to announce au pair Birte Storms as the winner of our 4th annual Au Pair of the Year contest. Host families were asked to nominate their au pair by explaining how their au pair goes above and beyond.
The Trump administration released its FY2018 budget, which calls for an unprecedented cut of 28 percent to the Department of State. While we don’t know by what amount, it is clear that the administration will soon propose steep cuts to
You’ve matched with your perfect au pair and are anxiously awaiting their arrival! Here are a few quick tips on how best to prepare your family during this exciting time: Prepare your au pair’s room – Try to make sure