Alyandra Gusman from Indonesia is enjoying his year at Wausau East.
Emma Brandt, our outbound student from DC Everest, is studying in France.

Rotary Youth Exchange Program –  Chair: Gaylene Rhoden – Jeff Sargent, Jean Tehan and Brad Peck

Rotary Short Term Exchange presents opportunities for students to advance their knowledge and world understanding by allowing them to exchange in a different country. Participants will live with host families in their selected land usually for three to four weeks in the summer, under the sponsorship of their local Rotary Club. The student returns home with their host student to stay here for three to four weeks as part of the exchange. Any student, age 15-18 of good character who possesses a warm personality and a desire to live abroad and host in return is eligible. Candidates should be adaptable and flexible, well-mannered and want to experience life in other countries and cultures. Children of Rotarians and non-Rotarians are equally eligible.

Applications for the 2019 Summer will be available soon.

Since 1927, students and host families all over the world have had their horizons broadened and their lives enriched by the generosity of Rotary’s Youth Exchange program. Administered by Rotary clubs, districts and multidistrict groups, the program
today involves more than 82 countries and over 8,000 students each year.

For more information on RYE the following links will be valuable.:

See Contact Page to select President or Secretary about the Rotary Youth Exchange.