Below is a letter from one of our German students from CHI partner organization, TASTE. Melis is currently an Academic Year Program participant in Washington State. The letter was originally written in German and sent to TASTE. With Melis permission we have
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Academic Year Program participant Michael Klute recently received the Renaissance Very Important Person Award from St. Clair High School in Missouri. We are extremely proud of Michael! Congratulations!
Devil’s Thumb Ranch, located in the Rocky Mountains in Tabernash, CO has been working with CHI Work & Travel for one year now. The Ranch is a highly regarded spa and resort offering upscale accommodations, fine dining and both winter
Fadi Khasib, from Jordan, is having a wonderful summer participating in CHI’s Work & Travel Program. Fadi has been working at Build-A-Bear Worksop in Myrtle Beach, SC since May 1st. Fadi enjoys his job and has made some great friends. He recently visited
CHI’s Niki Woodall recently received the letter below from Romania W&T participant Raluca. Raluca spent her summer working at Pietros Restaurant in Marlton, NJ Dear Niki, My american experience is almost at the final point….I have only one week and 4 days
Written by Samantha Yarwood – from the U.K. – Work and Travel participant working at Chickie’s and Pete’s. I sit here now, in the departure lounge of Washington Ronald Reagan Airport, finally about to get on a plane and return to
CHI Hospitality participant Kristine Lapiz, from the Philippines, is currently interning at the Pear Tree Inn in St. Louis, MO.
I’m Sophia Waldenmaier, a fifteen year old exchange student from Munich, Germany. The 28th of August was the beginning of one of the most interesting and exciting experience of my life. I arrived in the US, knowing that I will
Academic Year Program participant Emeline from Belgium was recently crowned Prom Queen at Kennedy High School in CA. Congratulations Emeline!
As a Community Coordinator with CHI, we communicate with hundreds of international students each season. While we get the opportunity to meet a lot of them, most of our correspondence is limited to email and phone conversations. I knew from