CHI Area Program Administrator Jennie Fouts has been living cultural exchange for many years. She has a wonderful relationship with her host brother from Japan and they recently got their families together for a visit. “1970 – my parents hosted
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Last month CHI Academic Year Program participants in California experienced something new by volunteering at the 2018 Lodi Grape Festival. The four-day festival was packed with entertainment, carnival, food, exhibits and lots of grapes. Left to right: Giorgia (Italy), Jimena
Homecoming is an annual tradition in the United States for many high schools and colleges. In the fall, students and alumni are all welcomed to celebrate the school and the season with football games, school dances, and other fun events
CHI is pleased to announce that Chanon (Gene) Wongthonglaue has been named November student of the month. Gene is an exceptional exchange student from Thailand. He is currently living with the Arp family and attending Beaufort High School in South Carolina.
Exchange students and host families spent the day visiting Spooner Farms in Washington. They enjoyed the pumpkin patch and local corn maze. With about 20 students and host families, they had a great turnout!
CHI welcomes 2018-2019 high school exchange students to Milwaukie, Oregon!
See what life is like for a French exchange student living in California. Salema is currently participating in CHI’s Academic Year Program.
High school exchange students are so brave! Beatrice Cascio, from Italy, has been in this country for under two months and she just appeared as Joe Crowell in Goffstown High School’s production of Our Town! An Italian girl plays New Hampshire
High school exchange student Sarah, from Luxembourg, is part of her high school cross country team in Boulder City, NV. Sarah’s team recently placed second in their division and are headed to regionals! Sarah far left and her host sister second from
High school exchange students in Oregon visited The Pumpkin Patch on Sauvie Island. With free hayrides, a corn maze and 2 million pounds of pumpkins, there was plenty to do!