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Host an exchange student
Caring families (with or without children) as well as single people are needed to provide food, a bed, and a loving home for high school students from Germany for the second semester.
Educational Merit Foundation (EMF) high school students are between the ages of 15 and 18, have medical insurance, spending money for their personal expenses, and expect to share their host family’s daily life including household responsibilities. Students speak English, are well-screened, and eager to experience life in America. Their stay here is sponsored and supervised by EMF, a nonprofit, educational exchange organization. The deadline to place students is Tuesday, Jan. 15.
For more information, call Marie-Claude Dijoud at 1-800-467-8363 or visit www.emfusa.org.
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