Did you know we accept host families nationwide? Help a high school student experience the United States and share your culture with them! Host an exchange student next year with SAEglobal.org! Learn more about being a host family and get ready for next years studentsRead More
Children of All Nation’s, Student Ambassador Exchange program offers opportunities for high school students from Spain to visit the United States, study for a year in a local high school, and live with a host family to learn more about American culture. Are you interested in sharing about your traditions while learning more about Spanish customs? Then our J-1 Visa High School Program is for you!
Host families are expected to provide meals, a room, and a supportive environment for these students to live, grow, and study in. Students will come with their own spending money and an open heart for your family! In return, you’ll get all the benefits of travel and learning about another culture without ever having to leave your home. While families cannot receive compensation for hosting a student, there is an approved IRS deduction of $50 per month families can quote on their taxes. This is a volunteer opportunity to reach out into the world and make it just a little smaller, connecting one family to another across an ocean.
Our three students from Spain have written amazing welcome letters to their potential host families, and we would be excited to tell you more about each one of them. If you think you’re ready to open your heart and home to one of these students, click here to contact an SAE Program Coordinator Today!
Gonzalo’s parents say ” Gon as we affectionatly call him is sociable, audacious, and persistent. He’s always been a great friend and when he wants something, he doesn’t stop until he gets it.”
Marcos’s mother says “Marcos is special, intelligent, and empathetic. We leave in your hands the most precious thing in our life hoping that the experience will enrich your life and his.”
Meet Daniel’s parents say “Daniel’s best quality is his big heart! He is a very good boy. He has a great sense of humor and is very outgoing. He’s also quite active with soccer and martial arts.”
If you’d like to find out more about the students in our program, contact a Program Coordinator at email@example.com to receive a Student Profile! They might be the perfect fit for your family’s new adventure in cultural exchange!Read More
Top 10 Questions About Hosting Exchange Students
I get quite a few questions at this time of year about what are the expectations for a family looking to host a high school exchange student. This blog discusses our top ten most asked questions.
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