See our Host Family FAQs below and find out how you can get involved in one student’s dream of education and service!
Open communication, encouragement, patience, and sound advice.
- A separate bed, which can be in a shared room with a host sibling of similar age and same gender, and a quiet place to study.
- Three meals a day.
- Local transportation. (as students are not permitted to drive during the program)
- Treatment as a member of the family, which include the same rules, responsibility, and love provided to members of the family.
Additionally, safety of everyone involved in the program is of extreme importance, which is why we ask that all participants, students, host families, local coordinators, and staff, abide by the regulations set forth by the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, the Council of Standards for International and Educational Travel (CSIET), and Student Ambassador Exchange.
Have more questions?
For other questions, Contact us at (512) 323-9595, at firstname.lastname@example.org , or fill out the form to the right and a team member will be in contact with you soon.
We’re excited to tell you about our students’ dreams and how you can make them happen!