Woodinville Families Needed to Host Int'l Students

The American Homestay Network is seeking Woodinville families to host int'l students
The American Homestay Network is seeking Woodinville families to host int'l students
Did you know Washington State hosts more than 20,000 international students each year – with a growing number (up to 20%) who want to live in an American home to learn more about our culture and language? Did you also know that your family could get paid up to $775 per month to host a student in your home? Yes – a great cultural experience and boost the family budget. The American Homestay Network is currently seeking host families in and around Woodinville for international students coming to study at local area colleges this summer and fall. • What is Homestay? Different than well known "exchange" programs, homestay is a cultural exchange between a local individual or family (called a “Homestay Host”) and a visiting International Student who comes to live as a guest in their home while they are a visiting student. • What do Hosts and students receive from Homestay? The Homestay experience helps the student understand the culture and customs of the region in which they are studying. The Host assists the Student to become familiar with the local area, customs, and language in a relaxed and friendly household setting. Hosts receive a $490-$775 per month hosting fee – a great boost to any family budget as well as an amazing cultural experience having a foreign student live in your home. • What does AHN provide to hosts? Along with the $490-$775/month hosting fee, AHN's professionally managed support services include the use of an easy, online homestay management system for communications and admin, national background check process, 24x7 professionally staffed emergency support, online payment services, compulsory online student and host orientation training, and professional airport transportation services. More information about hosting and the American Homestay Network is available at: www.homestaynetwork.com.


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