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SHARE! High School Exchange Program, Dallas, Texas

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Address: SHARE! High School Exchange Program
Dallas, Texas  75209  
United States
Fax: 214-366-4677
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 3000
Number of People Being Served: 3750
EIN: 51-0153563
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Mission Statement


ERDT/SHARE! is a global nonprofit educational foundation. Our mission is to create opportunities for greater tolerance and understanding between Americans and peoples of the world. Each year, the SHARE! High School Exchange Program selects and sponsors approximately 750 exchange students, between the ages of 15 and 18 years old, to experience life in the United States by living with Host Families and attending local public high schools for one semester or a full academic year.

Description


SHARE! is looking for caring adults or families to host international exchange students for the upcoming school year or semester. Hosting a SHARE! exchange student fosters lifelong friendships and deeper understanding of other cultures. Host families provide a bed, meals, as well as friendship, understanding, and a desire to share their American way of life. All students speak English, are covered by medical insurance and have spending money for their personal expenses. They attend the high school closest to their host family's home and hope to arrive in August. Families are able to choose their own boy or girl. SHARE! students come from more than twenty five different countries such as: * ARGENTINA * AUSTRALIA * BELGIUM * BRAZIL * CHILE * CHINA & HONG KONG * CZECH REPUBLIC * DENMARK * ECUADOR * ETHIOPIA * FINLAND * FRANCE * GERMANY * ITALY * JAPAN * MEXICO * MONTENEGRO * NETHERLANDS * NORWAY * SERBIA * SLOVAKIA * SPAIN * SWEDEN * SWITZERLAND * THAILAND * UNITED KINGDOM SHARE! families are diverse! Traditional two-parent families (with or without children), single parents or adults, and retired couples all make wonderful host families. Start making a difference in a young person's life and yours! Contact SHARE! for more information at 800-941-3738 or www.sharesouthwest.org.

SHARE! is looking for caring adults or families to host international exchange students for the upcoming school year or semester. Hosting a SHARE! exchange student fosters lifelong friendships and deeper understanding of other cultures. Host families provide a bed, meals, as well as friendship, understanding, and a desire to share their American way of life. All students speak English, are covered by medical insurance and have spending money for their personal expenses. They attend the high school closest to their host family's home and hope to arrive in August. Families are able to choose their own boy or girl. SHARE! students come from more than twenty five different countries such as: * ARGENTINA * AUSTRALIA * BELGIUM * BRAZIL * CHILE * CHINA & HONG KONG * CZECH REPUBLIC * DENMARK * ECUADOR * ETHIOPIA * FINLAND * FRANCE * GERMANY * ITALY * JAPAN * MEXICO * MONTENEGRO * NETHERLANDS * NORWAY * SERBIA * SLOVAKIA * SPAIN * SWEDEN * SWITZERLAND * THAILAND * UNITED KINGDOM SHARE! families are diverse! Traditional two-parent families (with or without children), single parents or adults, and retired couples all make wonderful host families. Start making a difference in a young person's life and yours! Contact SHARE! for more information at 800-941-3738 or www.sharesouthwest.org.

Mission Statement: ERDT/SHARE! is a global nonprofit educational foundation. Our mission is to create opportunities for greater tolerance and understanding between Americans and peoples of the world. Each year, the SHARE! High School Exchange Program selects and sponsors approximately 750 exchange students, between the ages of 15 and 18 years old, to experience life in the United States by living with Host Families and attending local public high schools for one semester or a full academic year.

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Program Type:


Education/Employment Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes