Host a Scout from Another Country this school year
Ed Henderson (biged@SCOUTER.COM)
Wed, 22 Jul 1998 20:27:08 -0500
I came across a wonderful program that might be of interest to Scouting
families in the Midwest for this upcoming school year.
International Student Exchange of Iowa contacted us here at SCOUTER
Magazine. They are an international student exchange program that works to
place students from other countries with good host families in America.
They have a few students left that they still need to place this summer
with good homes in the Midwest. Several of the boys belong to Scouting in
their home countries.
This is a great way to learn more about Scouting in another country through
first-person contact as well as promoting the International Brotherhood of
Scouting in your home & community.
International Student Exchange of Iowa is actively seeking nine Midwestern
families willing to host a teenage foreign student. These are delightful
young people worth hosting and building a long-term friendship with.
Families provide room & board, love, and care. Students have their own
pocket money and are fully insured. For information and more details,
contact Lina Tak=E1cs, president of International Student Exchange of Iowa,
Inc. at 1-800-356-9365, or e-mail her at email@example.com.
Or you can check out their web site for more information at
http://www.internationality.org. Be sure to ask her if there are any of the
students left who are Scouts.
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