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Belia was one of six female coaches to join 18 teenage girls from around the world for a multi-country basketball exchange.
"Home visits were special. It is an opportunity to know other people and exchange cultures. There is lots of laughing."
Really to be an exchange student here is not only to have fun – you should learn something. Traveling is really fun but there are a lot more important things that you should dig out about America.
Because of the YES Program I am confident now and I believe in myself.
Global UGRAD Learns about Southern Culture in New Orleans
“For me, having a friendship family has been the best way to learn about American English and United States culture and history."
Ask Norina Poetter how her exchange experience in America is going and stand by to be "wowed," as her journey unfolds in a whirlwind of enthusiasm and humor that is simply Norina.
Encouraging conversations and democratic classrooms in the Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program
I have grown more than I could have ever imagined, and have learned things that couldn't have been taught in a classroom.
Once Andrey was accepted into the program, the realities of being disabled in a foreign country came to the forefront of his mind.