Travel makes you stronger, more tolerant of others, and a much more resilient person in general. It turns out that getting to China would take time and patience, more than I ever needed before.
CHI News BLOG
Tag: Summer Work and Travel
CHI representatives attended the 4th Annual National Community Support Group (CSG)
Summit in Branson, MO. The CSG Summit engaged communities, businesses, civic leaders, and designated sponsors across the U.S. to learn and build on the best practices for the Summer Work & Travel (SWT) program participants.
Recently a check for $200 was presented to Karen Brown the director of FootPrints Food Pantry in Kittery, Maine on behalf of Summer Work and Travel participants.
CHI Work and Travel participants Laura Stanciu and Razvan Crestin, from Romania, are having a fantastic summer enjoying the beauty of Alaska.
When you really love something you do it more than once! CHI Work & Travel participant Shaunell Ranglin returned for a second summer to Adventureland in Altoona, IA.
CHI is partnering with a new employer this year in Des Moines, Iowa. Steena Co. (McDonald’s) recently welcomed 27 Summer Work and Travel participants at a few of their locations. They have gone above and beyond to make participants feel welcome and to ensure they are experiencing the cultural aspect of the program.
The local community of Altoona, IA wants their exchange visitors to have a fun and safe summer. Back in May, they held a welcome event where local police officers attended and brought bikes for the Summer Work and Travel participants.
CHI Work and Travel participants from the Downtown Aquarium in Houston, Texas gave back to the local community by volunteering at the Houston Food Bank.
The great community of Wildwood, New Jersey recently hosted an educational meetup on beach safety for Summer Work and Travel participants.
Adventureland Park in Altoona, IA goes above and beyond for their Summer Work and Travel participants.