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What is STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM? What does STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM mean?
 
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What is STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM? What does STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM mean? STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM meaning - STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM definition - STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. A student exchange program is a program in which students from a secondary school or university study abroad at one of their institution's partner institutions. A student exchange program may involve international travel, but does not necessarily require the student to study outside of his or her home country. For example, the National Student Exchange program (NSE) offers placements throughout the United States and Canada. Foreign exchange programs provides students with an opportunity to study in a different country and environment experiencing the history and culture of another country. The term "exchange" means that a partner institution accepts a student, but does not necessarily mean that the students have to find a counterpart from the other institution with whom to exchange. Exchange students live with a host family or in a designated place such as a hostel, an apartment, or a student lodging. Costs for the program vary by the country and institution. Participants fund their participation via scholarships, loans, or self-funding. Student exchanges became popular after World War II, and are intended to increase the participants' understanding and tolerance of other cultures, as well as improving their language skills and broadening their social horizons. Student exchanges also increased further after the end of the Cold War. An exchange student typically stays in the host country for a period of 6 to 10 months. International students or those on study abroad programs may stay in the host country for several years. Some exchange programs also offer academic credit.
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Student Exchange Program
 
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Fisher’s Student Exchange Program allows students to go abroad to one of our partner universities, for a semester or a summer, to experience life as a student in the many countries around the globe. Hear from past participants on what they experienced, how they developed, what they have gained, and why you should be going abroad on the Student Exchange Program! More information on the Student Exchange Program can be found at go.osu.edu/FCOBExchange.
Learning Experiences from AFS Short-Term Exchange Programs
 
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Participants who went on AFS Short-Term Exchange Programs to different countries share their experiences of staying and studying abroad in a different cultural setting. Music from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvMfDRD1f_w
Disability & International Exchange Programs Timeline
 
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The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs is committed to including people with disabilities as exchange program participants and to advancing disability rights in the United States and abroad.Check out http://exchanges.state.gov to find an international exchange program for you! Twitter: http://twitter.com/ECAatState Facebook: http://facebook.com/ExchangeProgramsatState Instagram: http://instagram.com/ExchangeOurWorld
Exchanging Minds: Teacher Exchange Program
 
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Teacher exchange participants describe the unique experiences and challenges of their time spent teaching in a different country.
Views: 3757 albertateachers
Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (UGRAD) participant interviews
 
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Nine students who participated in the Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (UGRAD) this past year came to the U.S. Embassy to share their experiences studying in U.S. schools. All expressed that the experience was both personally rewarding and academically enriching, and their English was fantastic ! Students were able to enjoy the snowy cold weather of Montana and North Dakota, see the hills of Missouri and Indiana, and enjoy the warm sun of and southern hospitality of Mississippi. Ambassador Callahan was able to hear the highlights of their study abroad, congratulate them, and wish them all the best back here on Nicaraguan soil !
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International Exchange Programme: the student experience
 
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The School of Management offers exchange opportunities to students from its partner institutions. Taking part on the exchange programme is an invaluable experience that will expand your knowledge of international business, enhance your CV, and enrich your life on a personal and professional level. Find out more at: http://www.bath.ac.uk/management/international/exchange/index.html Information correct at time of production. Views and opinions expressed by the participants in these films are their own and not necessarily those of the University of Bath. Please check http://www.bath.ac.uk for all up-to-date information, details on courses and other aspects of University life. Some details may have changed. Check our website for details: http://www.bath.ac.uk/management/ Uploaded May 2014
Why being a Global UGRAD exchange is AWESOME
 
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Just wanted to thank Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, and the U.S. Department of State for giving me a great chance to become the power for changes. IREX, Global UGRAD, US Dept of State Это видео создано с помощью видеоредактора YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
Views: 6487 Alisa Malkova
CIEE J-1 Professional Exchange Programs - Interns Meeting
 
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CIEE Internship USA participants get together to share their experiences with each other and discuss what they've learned working in the U.S. Learn more about the CIEE Internship USA program at http://www.ciee.org/intern/.
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AFS Exchange Programs: Connecting People Changing Lives
 
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http://www.afsusa.org Former AFS Exchange Program Participants talk about their time abroad and what the AFS experience means to them Upload Date: December 18, 2008 02:59 PM Upload Date: December 18, 2008 02:59 PM
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J 1 visa exchange visitor orientation for CIPUSA participants
 
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Council of International Programs USA's orientation video for J-1 intern and training visa exchange program participants. CIPUSA's website: www.cipusa.org CIPUSA phone number: +1-440-247-1088 Department of State Office of Private Sector Exchange website: https://eca.state.gov/about-bureau/organizational-structure/office-private-sector-exchange J-1 visa health insurance requirements: https://j1visa.state.gov/sponsors/how-to-administer-a-program/ Wilberforce Pamphlet describing temporary worker rights of nonimmigrants: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/visa-information-resources/temporary-workers.html
Perspectives on the International Educational Exchange Program
 
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Teacher exchange participants share their perspectives on exchange and anticipate upcoming exchanges.
Views: 670 albertateachers
Educational Seminars - Brazil Administrator Exchange Program
 
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This Educational Seminars video offers a glimpse into the exchange experience of two principals from Brazil and a U.S. principal, capturing the remarkable impact of this program in the lives of its participants. The Brazil Administrator Exchange Program is a two-way exchange that provides the opportunity for U.S. and Brazilian school administrators to work together on issues of mutual interest to their communities, schools, and students. The three-week hosting and two-week travel components typically focus on areas of interest including personnel administration, school management,instruction, curriculum development, student affairs, and/or educational policy. The program is open to U.S. school superintendents and K-12 principals, assistant principals, or directors. All Educational Seminars are fully-funded by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA). Educational Seminars is now accepting applications: http://www.americancouncils.org/educationalSeminars.php
US EMBASSY IN AZERBAIJAN HOLDS RECEPTION IN HONOR OF EXCHANGE PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS
 
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On July 2 a reception ceremony was held in the honor of US exchange program participants at the residence of the United States Embassy in Baku. The finalists of FLEX, UGRAD and Fulbright programs, also different exchange program alumni attended the ceremony. During his speech at the ceremony, Richard Morningstar, the ambassador of the US to Azerbaijan noted that these graduates make up a part of the brightest and most intellectual individuals of Azerbaijan's society. According to him, those young people are the future of Azerbaijan. "We believe that young people like these are going to turn Azerbaijan into a more developed and beautiful country, and the country will develop faster than ever thanks to these people" -- said the ambassador. Then the ambassador presented certificates to the students and scholars who participated in the Fulbright program, also the winners of the small grant programs for the graduates and those who successfully finished the program of the US State Department. Filligar, the rock band from the US touring Azerbaijan under the auspices of the "Arts Ambassadors" program of the US State Department performed in the end of the ceremony.
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HOPE Exchange Programme Participants
 
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You are a professional with managerial responsabiltiies in a healthcare institution? We invite you to join the European Hospital and Healthcare Federation (HOPE) Exchange Programme. HOPE Exchange Programme consists in a 4-week training programme for professionals with managerial responsibilities working in hospitals and healthcare facilities. It is a practical and multi-professional experience. HOPE brings together participants from different backgrounds and responsibilities to learn from other healthcare systems. The exchange of knowledge between participants is also a powerful characteristic of the Programme. This experience gives participants and institutions the possibility of confronting different ways in organising healthcare services. It is also an opportunity to discover successful projects and good practices as well as to establish networks. HOW TO PARTICIPATE Participation of candidates and host organisations is organized through the distribution of information (application forms, timetable, information sheets...) by national co-ordinators and depends on the willingness of the employing authority to grant special leave with pay to the candidates going abroad. Host organisations are requested to provide free accommodation as well as meals at a reasonable price. Each national co-ordinator of the HOPE Exchange Programme is responsible for the initial selection of the professionals and host organisations from his/her country for participation in the Exchange Programme and for the language proficiency of candidates. The application forms from candidates and host organisations are then sent to HOPE, that then assigns -- together with the national co-ordinators and within the scope of the offer of host organisations -- the candidates to the most appropriate host organisations. Efforts are made to facilitate the wishes of professionals in regard to the type of candidate a host organisation wants to host, but the final decision rests with HOPE. The emphasis of the programme is practical rather than academic and should also take into account the professional's specific motivation for joining the programme as well as the agreed theme for the year. Once the attachment is decided by HOPE, the professional has to contact his host organisation in order to arrange accommodation facilities and to discuss the individual exchange programme. The length of the exchange period is 4 weeks, starting in May for all the candidates and has been followed, since 1988, by an evaluation meeting and since 1992 also by a seminar in June, to which all professionals of the HOPE Exchange Programme are invited. Each year these meetings are organized in a different country by its national delegation of HOPE. During the evaluation meeting each professional is requested to contribute to a national presentation of his/her experiences abroad. The host organisations must send in an outline of the individual exchange programme of the professional before the training starts. A final report has to be drawn up at the end of the training by both the participant and the host organisation. Having completed their training the professionals receive a certificate for having participated in a European Exchange Programme. The national co-ordinator is also responsible for the organisation of a social programme for professionals coming to the country. This allows them to exchange ideas and experiences with other candidates in the host country. In addition, hosts will be asked to consider a social programme for their visitors recognising that some will be more independent than others. For more information and details concerning registration procedures, please contact the national co-ordinator of the country in which your organisations is located. More information at: http://www.hope.be/04exchange/nationalcoordinators/nationalcoordinators.html http://www.hope.be/
Views: 2923 Beatriz Elola
ZIMFEBI INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL BIRA EXCHANGE PROGRAM  Participants from SWEDEN- Introductions
 
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2014/8 ZIMFEBI INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL BIRA EXCHANGE PROGRAM, Introductions were made to father Madhinga E Zvemisha Chikutu, Hon Mayor Mr Mushayavanhu, other ZIM officials and the ZIMFEBI participants from Sweden in Zimbabwe. Welcome kumusha kwedu Hama, one love. Produced by MAKANDIRE MUZANI MUSIC. Video by Cephas Mahinga Chikutu. More information: www.manluckerz.org
Exchange Student Tips
 
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Through the exchange experience, YFU participants gain intercultural understanding, learn mutual respect, and develop a sense of social responsibility. Your experience abroad gives you leadership competencies necessary to meet the challenges and benefit from the opportunities of a fast-changing global community. YFU offers programming for all ages that allow you to immerse yourself in another culture, learn a new language and meet like-minded individuals who believe in our mission. Learn more at: https://www.yfuusa.org/study
Views: 1569 YFU USA
International Teacher Exchange
 
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To apply follow the link below: http://www.dec.nsw.gov.au/what-we-offer/awards-scholarships-and-grants/exchange-programs/teacher-exchange-programs Hear what some of our International Teacher Exchange participants have to say about their exchange experience and how they benefited from the program.
HOPE Exchange Programme Hosts
 
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You are running a European hospital or healthcare institution? The European Hospital and Healthcare Federation (HOPE) invites you to join its Exchange Programme. Don't miss this opportunity to train your staff and to learn from the experience of foreign professionals. HOPE Exchange Programme consists in a 4-week training programme for professionals with managerial responsibilities working in hospitals and healthcare facilities. It is a practical and multi-professional experience. HOPE brings together participants from different backgrounds and responsibilities that meet abroad to learn from other healthcare systems. The exchange of knowledge between participants is also a powerful characteristic of the Programme. This experience gives participants and institutions the possibility of confronting different ways in organising healthcare services. It is also an opportunity to discover successful projects and good practices as well as to establis networks. Hundreds of organisations have already participed in the HOPE exchange programme. Join them! HOW TO PARTICIPATE Participation of candidates and host organisations is organized through the distribution of information (application forms, timetable, information sheets...) by national co-ordinators and depends on the willingness of the employing authority to grant special leave with pay to the candidates going abroad. Host organisations are requested to provide free accommodation as well as meals at a reasonable price. Each national co-ordinator of the HOPE Exchange Programme is responsible for the initial selection of the professionals and host organisations from his/her country for participation in the Exchange Programme and for the language proficiency of candidates. The application forms from candidates and host organisations are then sent to HOPE, that then assigns -- together with the national co-ordinators and within the scope of the offer of host organisations -- the candidates to the most appropriate host organisations. Efforts are made to facilitate the wishes of professionals in regard to the type of candidate a host organisation wants to host, but the final decision rests with HOPE. The emphasis of the programme is practical rather than academic and should also take into account the professional's specific motivation for joining the programme as well as the agreed theme for the year. Once the attachment is decided by HOPE, the professional has to contact his host organisation in order to arrange accommodation facilities and to discuss the individual exchange programme. The length of the exchange period is 4 weeks, starting in May for all the candidates and has been followed, since 1988, by an evaluation meeting and since 1992 also by a seminar in June, to which all professionals of the HOPE Exchange Programme are invited. Each year these meetings are organized in a different country by its national delegation of HOPE. During the evaluation meeting each professional is requested to contribute to a national presentation of his/her experiences abroad. The host organisations must send in an outline of the individual exchange programme of the professional before the training starts. A final report has to be drawn up at the end of the training by both the participant and the host organisation. Having completed their training the professionals receive a certificate for having participated in a European Exchange Programme. The national co-ordinator is also responsible for the organisation of a social programme for professionals coming to the country. This allows them to exchange ideas and experiences with other candidates in the host country. In addition, hosts will be asked to consider a social programme for their visitors recognising that some will be more independent than others. For more information and details concerning registration procedures, please contact the national co-ordinator of the country in which your organisations is located: http://www.hope.be/04exchange/nationalcoordinators/nationalcoordinators.html http://www.hope.be/
Views: 1492 Beatriz Elola
Applying for a J-1 Visa for The Exchange Visitor Program
 
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http://www.VisaPlace.com The J-1 Visa is a non immigrant visa to exchange visitor participants in programs that promote cultural exchange and specifically to obtain business or medical training. Greatly increase your chances by partnering with an experienced immigration law firm. Learn more about the minimum requirements necessary for a J-1 Visa application to occur: http://www.visaplace.com/usa-immigration/j1-visa.php Or call us: Local: 416-410-7484 | Toll-free: 1-866-929-0991 Niren & Associates 20 Eglinton Ave West (Suite 2202) Toronto ON Canada M4R 1K8 The information contained in this video is for general information purposes and does not constitute legal advise. Should you require legal advise, contact a licensed immigration lawyer to discuss your specific situation.
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Education One F-1 Academic High School Exchange Program
 
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Education One (EONE) specializes in bringing international students to the US as part of our F-1 visa academic exchange program. We place students between 14-18 years of age in private and public high schools throughout the United States. Our students live with vetted host families, or in the school’s boarding facility. EONE gives international students an exciting and life changing full immersion program – educationally and culturally. Learn more at www.educationoneinc.org Contact: [email protected] 755 Baywood Drive, Suite 380 Petaluma, Ca 94954-5511 Phone us toll free at 800.216.3223
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Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program
 
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The Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange program is organized by World Learning and funded by the U.S. State Department's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, and the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad. The program brings together dozens of Iraqi and US youth to build cross-cultural friendships and challenge stereotypes. For more information, visit www.worldlearning.org/idp
Views: 1455 World Learning
Sister Cities Yorktown Exchange Program
 
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Sister Cities Yorktown coordinates adult and student exchange programs between Yorktown and Port-Vendres, France. York County high school students can apply to be accepted into the exchange program on an annual basis. Participants correspond with students before visiting each other’s hometowns as citizen ambassadors. Last month, students and teachers from both York County and France shared more about their experiences.
Going on Exchange with AFS
 
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A short video where young AFS participants talk about their experiences on an AFS Student Exchange. This is a very beneficial resource for anyone considering a Student Exchange as well as the parents of students considering going away with AFS.
Fulbright Classroom Teacher Exchange Program
 
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Interviews with Fulbright Classroom Teacher Exchange participants from around the world!
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High School Study Abroad Programs in China | Chinese Immersion
 
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Our High School Program in China gives participants a complete immersion into the Chinese Culture. Participants live with home stays, explore, volunteer, learn Chinese, intern and get a complete exposure to Chinese history and civilization. Check out our programs at http://www.chinainternshipplacements.com/study-abroad-china/high-school-study-abroad-in-china/
M.U.I. - Morocco Student Cultural Exchange Experience
 
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Muhammad University of Islam's staff and students were hosts and participants in a cultural exchange program set up by IEARN that opened the door for Moroccan students to visit the United States and attend schools of US students who participated in a virtual exchange program (via Skype and digital media) last school year. The student were able to experience a day in the life of an MUI student as well as student from local Chicago high schools. The experience was eye opening and phenomenal.
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AIESEC in Jordan Exchange Participants Video.
 
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Get to see what AIESEC in Jordan exchange participant experienced from different places that they volunteered in their 6 Weeks Exchange program around the world.
Views: 290 Faraji Emily
TiROP Summer Program Student Testimonials
 
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Tokyo Tech provides students with opportunities to establish networks with world-leading science and technology universities through joint educational and research exchange programs. TiROP Summer Program is an intensive program for conducting research from June through August. Participants conduct short-term research projects in the labs of their interest. Here some TiROP participants share their experiences.
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The JET Experience
 
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JET Program participants, both current and former, share their stories of Japan. With scenes from across Japan, be inspired to learn more about JET and start on your own adventure! Learn more at https://jetprogramusa.org/
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#MyPride in Exchange Programs Photo & Video Campaign!
 
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As part of #LGBTI Pride month, we invite past and current exchange participants who identify as LGBTI or allies of the LGBTI community to submit photos & videos to our #MyPride Campaign. Learn how to participate at http://mypride.state.gov
Ibn Khaldoun Students Exchange Program - 2nd Edition Algeria
 
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Participants' contribution
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What exchange programs alumni communities are all about? See what A-SMYLErs have to say!
 
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A-SMYLE, American Serbia & Montenegro Youth Leadership Exchange, is a cultural exchange program which allows high school students from Serbia and Montenegro to study in the United States for an academic year while living with an American family. The program was patterned after the FLEX program and initially launched through direct funding from the U.S. Embassy in Belgrade. As of September 2015, this U.S. State Department-sponsored high school exchange program in Serbia and Montenegro will be administered by American Councils under the name FLEX. The name is changing, but the program will remain the same! Just like A-SMYLE, FLEX offers a free-of-charge opportunity for students from these two countries to spend one school year in the USA on a U.S. State Department scholarship. #asmyledecade
Work and Travel USA 2009
 
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IEC Work and Travel participants in the US in 2009. International Exchange Center. Work and Travel and other student exchange programs since 1989.
Views: 1552 IEC
Welcome 2015 SUSI Student Leaders!
 
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The Study of the United States Institutes for Student Leaders (SUSI), funded by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, are 5-6 week academic programs for foreign undergraduate students and scholars hosted by colleges and universities across the United States. These programs are designed to provide participants a deeper understanding of U.S. society, culture, and institutions through leadership training, civic engagement, a domestic study tour and interacting with Americans of all walks of life. The University of Delaware will be host to the SUSI Women's Leadership Program for participants from sub-Saharan Africa. Twenty participants will engage in an academically grounded program that includes community service and cultural activities throughout Newark, Delaware and in nearby metropolitan areas. In addition to the Delaware-based components, study tours include trips to Atlanta, Georgia, New York City, Lancaster, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C. The SUSI-WL focuses on the history and participation of women in public life in the United States while working with participants to: 1. Develop leadership skills in areas such as critical thinking, communication, decision-making and managerial abilities; and 2. Place these abilities in the context of the history and participation of women in U.S. politics, economics, culture and society.
Student Exchange - Free Information Evenings in New Zealand
 
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We hold free information evenings across New Zealand. They are a great way to find out more about going on a high school exchange program and ask questions. You can also hear from hear from students who have returned from their exchange program and find out about our Discounts and Scholarships available. To check out locations, times and dates of our upcoming information evenings please visit: http://studentexchange.org.nz/info-sessions/in-person-city-sessions/
Jesus Youth Cultural Exchange Program 2006 -  AP Participants Testimonies
 
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Jesus Youth Cultural Exchange Program 2006 - Andhra Pradesh Participants Testimonies
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Feedback from Participants Ewha ISC
 
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Direct comments from the 2016 Ewha ISC participants on the last day of the program
Views: 916 Ewha Summer
Exchange Participants Testimonials 2015 | AIESEC in Blida
 
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AIESEC in Blida Exchange Participants' testimonials from around the world. Follow us on facebook: www.facebook.com/AIESEC.Blida
Views: 1375 AIESEC in Blida
HOPE Exchange Programme - Explainer video
 
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Since 1981, the European Hospital and Healthcare Federation is running the HOPE Exchange Programme. It consists in a 4-week training programme for professionals with managerial responsibilities working in hospitals and healthcare facilities. HOPE Exchange Programme is a practical and multi-professional experience. HOPE brings together participants from different backgrounds and responsibilities to learn from other healthcare systems. The exchange of knowledge between participants is also a powerful characteristic of the Programme. This experience gives participants and institutions the possibility of confronting different ways in organising healthcare services. It is also an opportunity to discover successful projects and good practices as well as to create networks, More information at: http://www.hope.be/04exchange/exchangefirstpage_general_information.html http://www.hope.be/
Views: 3256 Beatriz Elola
Welcome for Reunion participants
 
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American host organizations and host families welcome the Community Connections participants who took part in the professional exchange program in 2017
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Japan, Canada and Me - Karine Pontbriand, Canadian Kakehashi Exchange Participant
 
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Karine Pointbriand was a student at the University of Montreal in Quebec (UQAM) when she visited Japan under the Kakehashi Project, a people-to-people exchange program between Japan and North America. “Kakehashi” is a Japanese word that means “bridge”, and participants are selected to act as kakehashi between Canada and Japan, sharing their own culture abroad, and returning to share information about the other culture in their home country. Through the Kakehashi Project, Karine and her fellow students had the chance to establish meaningful ties with their Japanese counterparts, who made their own visit to the Province of Quebec under the same program. Watch Karine’s video to learn more about the Kakehashi Project and the importance of people-to-people exchanges for Japan-Canada relations. More information about the Kakehashi Project: https://www.mofa.go.jp/na/na1/page22e_000748.html
Reception for YES Program Students and Alumni, August 2012
 
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In August 2012, Public Affairs Counselor Angela Aggeler hosted a reception for participants of the Youth Exchange and Study (or YES) program. Guests included 12 students who will be departing soon to begin their studies in the United States, their parents, and students who just returned from their exchange year. The YES program scholarships, which are supported directly by the U.S. State Department, allow students around the world to study in high schools across America for one academic year. The program began in 2002, and Macedonia joined the program in 2009. To date, 57 Macedonian students have been able to participate in the YES program. During the year, the students live with host families, attend high school, participate in activities to learn about American culture, and help educate Americans about Macedonia. On a local level, the YES program is supported by American citizens and secondary schools which host, educate and support the students with no financial compensation. The students have been assigned to schools in both large cities and smaller towns, across a variety of states. They were excited to talk with the alumni about their experiences. The proud and somewhat anxious parents of the students were also glad to talk with returning alumni and embassy staff about what to expect. The YES alumni return home with more mature and broadened perspectives. Many go on to leadership roles within their communities, becoming role models for younger children. In Macedonia, the YES program is organized by the American Councils for International Education, a non-profit organization that promotes the exchange and development of knowledge between the U.S. and Eastern Europe, Eurasia and the Balkans. For more information about the Youth Exchange Study Program: www.macedonia.usembassy.gov; www.americancouncilssee.org
Views: 995 USEmbassyMacedonia
New Orleans Young Professionals Exchange
 
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In 2016, the Young Professionals Group (YPG) of MWH planned four short-term networking and professional development trips as part of a program called the YP Exchange. Participants from around the United States were sent on two-day trips to miniature summits on some of our developing practices. On these trips, participating YPs discussed the direction of the industry, participated in site tours and networked with top subject matter experts and one another. This video highlights one of these four exchanges. It took place in New Orleans, Louisiana, in November of 2016 and was hosted by Steve Mathies, the coastal restoration and resiliency leader. To learn more about our YPG, visit: http://bit.ly/MWHYPG. MWH, now part of Stantec, unites architects, engineers and consultants to bring water and infrastructure projects to life. Globally, our community’s 22,000 employees always design with community in mind.
AIESEC Global Citizen Programme (UTAR Exchange Participants)
 
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AIESEC Specialized Unit UTAR Exchange Participants Video!! This is a short video featuring our very own EPs who went for AIESEC Global Citizen Programme in Poland, Cambodia and Taiwan. Enjoy! :)
Views: 320 Zhi Ying Tan
[AIESEC in PolyU] Memories Recap for 2011-12 Exchange Participants
 
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This is a recap for 2011-12 Exchange Participants of AIESEC in PolyU. Let's see how they had gone through the whole process and finally made a difference in their life!
Views: 140 AIESEC in PolyU
"What surprised you the most?" - NWCCI participants studying at Pierce College
 
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"What surprised you the most?" In this video, students from the 2015-2016 NWCCI cohort who studied at Pierce College, share their experiences on the Department of State sponsored CCI Program in Washington State. Find out more about Department of State sponsored exchange programs: https://exchanges.state.gov
Views: 172 NWCCIProgram

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