Exchange nonprofit welcomes coordinatorJuly 11, 2019
From Local Sources
JASPER — International Cultural Exchange Services welcomes Laura Henninger as a new local coordinator.
ICES is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting a peaceful world by increasing international awareness and understanding through cultural sharing experiences.
Henninger will work with international high school students and the local families that host them. She will work with families and schools in Jasper and the surrounding area.
She is currently looking for families that would like to host for the 2019 school year. Exchange students live as a member of the host family —not a guest or boarder. They participate in family activities, follow host family rules and help with chores.
Students have their own medical insurance and spending money to cover all personal expenses; host families provide room and board and loving parental guidance to the student.
For more information about hosting or working with ICES, contact Henninger at 812-827-0021 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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