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“My host mother's family accepted me too, and we shared all kinds of traditions and holidays.”Ivan V. Youth Leadership Exchange Program participant from Montenegro
“We had managed to bring our cultures together and form a big family,” Ndeye E-Teacher Scholarship Program participant from Senegal
GCE allows high school students to expand their computer literacy skills, engage in cultural exchange, and learn to better use technology in order to develop their leadership skills and influence change in their communities.
The EMPOWER programs supports two-way professional exchanges designed to bolster disability rights around the world.
Make sure to start learning about the United States before you begin your program. By planning ahead, you can prevent problems later.
Travel.state.gov offers resources to help you prepare for your child's exchange experience in the U.S.
The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs statement on diversity.