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Youth Exchange Information NightApril 25, 2016
Have you been wondering about how our youth exchange program works? Join us for an information night on the topic!
An informal gathering to learn about long term exchange during the junior year of high school, short term exchange (up to 90 days) during the summers between 8th and 12th grades and hosting a foreign exchange student. Current and past exchange students as well as host families will be available to answer questions.
Monday, May 2nd 6:00-8:00pm
The Peru Room at Broadway Commons (3rd Floor)
1300 Broadway NE
RSVP at www.eventbrite.com by May 1st
A Taste of AmericaOctober 12, 2015
We’re having fun showing Nishka around our beautiful state.
She’s our inbound exchange student from India.
As an exchange student, Nishka is attending high school in the Salem area, and learning lot about the differences between cultures. Last Friday, she experienced her first homecoming dance!
Update from RYE StudentSeptember 8, 2015
One of the biggest joys our members have is the ability to support Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE).
Emani is the first student from District 5100 to do a Rotary Youth Exchange program in Slovakia. She arrived just last week.
Instead of attending South Salem High School, Emani will spend her junior year immersed in the culture of this Eastern European nation. She will reside with two different host families in Zillina, a city of about 85,000 in the northwest corner of Slovakia near the borders of Poland and the Czech Republic.
You can follow Emani’s blog by clicking here.
Weekly Newsletter | May 26, 2015May 26, 2015
We’ll also have an opportunity to hear from our exchange students, Andres Klingler and Claire Devoisen. It’s hard to believe they will be headed back to Argentina and France in another month or so. They have been active participants at their schools, making many friends along the way. More than that, though, they have touched our hearts…