Benedetta Villano, an exchange student from Italy, was able to graduate high school in Italy and in America. Read some of her amazing story below, or read the full article here. Benedetta “Benni” Villano is a 17-year-old exchange student from Italy that was placed with a host family in Yuma, Arizona. Although she was nervous […]
International Student Exchange maintains a strong presence in Nevada through our Rocky Mountain Regional Office. Over the past ten years, our Nevada regional staff has enriched the lives of over 105 exchange students and countless American kids and families in communities across the state. Our students have attended more than 37 different public high schools in Nevada.
Opportunities to get involved throughout the state are available today!
Work with Exchange Students in Nevada
Become an Area Representative in Nevada and join over 30 individuals who have made it their mission to bring student exchange to their communities. Our Area Representatives:
- Work with local high schools to secure placements for exchange students
- Recruit local families to host exchange students for 5, 10, or 12-month programs
- Provide supervision and guidance for exchange students throughout their stay
Welcome International Exchange Students To Your High School
There are many benefits of having foreign exchange students in your local high school. They help students and faculty learn new cultures, values and languages.
Here are some of the schools that our students have attended in Nevada:
Are you interested in having foreign exchange students in your local high school? Click the link below!
Irene Huguet is a Spanish exchange student attending high school in Wantagh, New York. Irene arrived to New York this past summer and has been loving every moment she has been here. She is a high honors student, as well as the starting center for the girls basketball team. Irene was able to lead Wantagh […]
If there was just one story that truly encapsulates why ISE believes in giving back, it would be the story of Amanda*. For years, Amanda lived a life typical of other youngsters in her Kentucky town — playing outside, riding bikes in her neighborhood, and meeting new friends at school. But not so long ago, […]