Ready for a New Adventure?
Do you dream of life in America? Turn that dream into reality with CHI! Get ready to spend up to a year either studying or gaining real world job skills in an American school or business. We know that going abroad is a big endeavor, which is why we’re with you every step of the way with training and local support. Be confident when you go with a trusted sponsor like CHI. What are you waiting for? Choose your preferred program today!
Travel to the U.S. for one-four weeks. Live with a host family and attend English conversation classes in the local community.
Your days will be filled with fun adventures like visiting the beach, seeing local landmarks and practicing your English.
The friendship you make with your host family will last a lifetime!
Receive an introduction to the business world of an American company. For one to
three months volunteer your time and practice your English in an American work setting.
Participate in cultural events and make long-lasting friendships.
Internship & Training
Come to U.S. for 12 to 18 month and gain practical experience in an American host business and put your university major “to work” in a chosen professional field.
Participate in exciting cultural events and make long-lasting friendships.
Work & Travel
Explore U.S. culture while gaining valuable work experience.
For three to four months, during your break from school you can make friends, learn about an American business and enjoy all the U.S. has to offer through exciting cultural events.
Participants must be full-time university students and have strong English skills.
CHI Camp Leaders
CHI’s Camp Leaders Program allows you to experience the excitement of working in the great outdoors, while at the same time, make a difference in a child’s life!
Gain valuable leadership experience in the role of a summer camp counselor in the U.S.
Become an Au Pair
Experience American culture firsthand by living with a host family and helping to care for their children.
Au pairs must have over 200 hours of childcare experience and a good command of the English language.
Intimately experience the day-to-day life of a typical American family.