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FLEX Student of the Month – April 2018

We are pleased to announce Julia Kubiak, an ASSE-placed FLEX Student from Poland, as the April 2018 Student of the Month.

FLEX Student of the Month – January 2017

Yurik has amassed 145 hours of community service to date with activities that include stocking shelves for the food pantry, cleaning a women’s shelter, collecting recycling with the Civic Club, and assisting the Kiwanis Club at Trivia nights.

Manana, a FLEX Student from Georgia, Brought Cheer to U.S. Seniors and Veterans

Manana, a World Link-placed Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) student from Georgia flourished in her host community and became a local superstar.

FLEX Student of the Month –April 2016

Davit, a States’ 4-H placed Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) student from Georgia, always has a positive attitude and smile for everyone around him. He is eager to learn and proudly represents his home country.

A-SMYLE Student of the Month – March 2016

In addition to a full academic and volunteering schedule, Nikola lead the planning and organizing efforts for a benefit concert at his host school to raise money for the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

FLEX Student of the Month – March 2016

Jennet, a Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) student from Turkmenistan, has won over her entire community and school with her enthusiasm, hard work and dedication.

FLEX Student of the Month –February 2016

Anel, a World Link-placed Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) student from Kazakhstan, is an eager volunteer and enthusiastic student ambassador.

FLEX Student of the Month – October 2015

Ihor is an active member of his host community, school, and host family, volunteering with a local church, tutoring children in English and math, and helping his host family with chores around the house.

A-SMYLE Student of the Month – September 2015

Tamara, a student from Serbia, carries an ambitious attitude and friendly personality, placing her amongst the brightest and most respectful students at her school.

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