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Arriving to Colombia (My garbage host family)
Hey, please let me know if you had any bad experiences with host families, planning to go on exchange, or have been to Colombia. If you enjoyed this, please like and subscribe!
Views: 23470 Liz Gregory
Picking Up Our Exchange Student ✈️
**** Please Click "Show More" and Read The Description! **** ------------------------ This video has had quite a bit of success and it makes up a large portion of my views. I'm so glad you found the video and if you're an exchange student (or you want to be one) that is amazing! I make many other types of videos as well so if you enjoyed this format stick around for other types of videos as well! :) ------------------------ Today we picked up our EXCHANGE STUDENT! It was so exciting and it has been great learning about Finland! If you are interested in hosting or becoming an exchange student you should check out YFU. YFU is a company that finds host families for students that want to go on exchange. If you are looking for any tips on hosting you can ask me in the comments, we have hosted five exchange students and plan to host again in the future. It is always so exciting to get an arrival date and go pick them up! :) Music: Damien Jurado Gnash My Gear: The camera I use for daily vlogs- http://amzn.to/2afAvJN The tripod I love- http://amzn.to/29XOSTz The best vlogging mic- http://amzn.to/2a3Ejg9 An awesome lense- http://amzn.to/2afA5mT Another great lense for a cheaper price- http://amzn.to/29Z8U9X Social Media: Instagram: @cart_surach Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cart_surach Website: http://www.visualsbycarter.com Daily Wisdom: Don’t let yourself get overwhelmed, just take a step back and look at what’s important.
Views: 91490 Carter Surach
https://www.facebook.com/Stephen-Nymberg-stacker97-118445394914991/ I am studying abroad for 4 months in Valencia, Spain and chose to live with a host family. I live with a Spanish speaking family of 2 parents, 2 brothers, and 2 sisters. I can honestly say it has been the best experience of my life. They're pumped to meet you guys you through the screen!
Views: 16276 Stephen Nymberg
MY HOST FAMILY - exchange year USA 2016/17 || Sara Guggi
Hello you guys! Finally I’m able to upload this video about my lovely texan host family and where I’ll be living (I was in the mountains with no wifi). Hope you enjoy it and please comment for any questions or whatever you want. Make sure to stay tuned for my next video about my last month in Italy! ------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONTACTS: Instagram - sara.guggi snapchat - sara.guggi facebook - https://www.facebook.com/sara.guggi.5 email - [email protected] SITES: My Italian organization: http://www.astudy.it My American organization: http://www.cetusa.org ABOUT ME: Name: Sara Guggi Age: 16 From: Italy Camera: Gopro Hero4 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- DISCLAIMER: ALL CREDITS GO TO THE OWNERS OF THE SONGS.
Views: 36978 Sara Guggi
Everyone welcome Miriam! She's is our foreign exchange student and is going to be staying with my family for 6 WEEKS during the summer! Subscribe for more fun videos with Miriam! SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter: https://twitter.com/sydkate1111 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sydkate1111/ Snapchat: @Sydsky1111 Vlog Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClMt5LFHcRB5sgiYb54qkHA
Views: 10725 SydneyKate
Student Tips: Living with a Host Family
Your host family is one of the most important parts of your exchange year. Hear from former students on what it's like to settle into a new home and make the most of your time with your host family. http:///www.exchangestories.com
Host Family Tips: Welcoming your Student
There are many things that you as a host family can do to welcome your student and make them feel more at home within the first days. Hear some helpful tips from past host families on how they get the year off to a great start. http://www.efexchangeyear.org
I Changed my Host Family // Exchange Year USA 2017/18 #17
I changed my host family and this was my process of changing I hope you liked the video! Heyy! My Name Is Janine I’m 17 years old and I’ll do an exchange year 2017/18 in Las Vegas, Nevada If you have any questions leave a comment down below. My Organization; EF: www.ef.com/highschool stalk me😏 My instagram: http://instagram.com/_janine__xx My snapchat: janine1105 camera: Canon eos 700d or my iPhone 6 cutting program: Final cut pro x _______________________________________________ Music: Tep No - Lana Del Dre https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=END7FM7oZRE Møme - Aloha https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30s4t1WASM4
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR WATCHING!! F O L L O W. M E instagram @isabelgalv snapchat @isabelgalv SUBSCRIBE xoxoxo
Views: 1117 Isabel Galvin
Becoming a Host Family for Foreign Exchange Students - MyEducation UK
Become a host family with MyEducation UK and host high school exchange students in your home. An overview of being a host family.
Views: 4082 Big Toe Web Design
Arriving at my host family's house | Yuna's EF story
Hi ♡ My name is Yuna Borsboom and I am a sixteen years old Dutch girl. I’m on my exchange year in Bristol, Virginia with EF. And I’m going to share all of my adventures with you! Every week I make 2 vlogs, one during a school week and one in the weekend. Sometimes I upload more than 2 video’s, but not always. My video’s are called Yuna’s EF story. Would you like to follow me on my adventure? Subscribe! Love, Yuna Twitter : https://twitter.com/yunaborsboom Instagram : http://instagram.com/yunaborsboom Soundcloud : https://soundcloud.com/yuna-borsboom Snapchat: yunaborsboom Camera: Samsung NX300M
Views: 24477 Yuna Borsboom
How to Write a Letter to your Host Family | Wakaran
Hey hey! This is just a simple video that was made in attempt to help out anyone who needs to write a letter to their host family; it's a very personal letter so my example and my suggestions shouldn't be followed strictly unless you choose to do so. Have fun with it and try to portray the best side of you in your letter to ensure that you aren't perceived negatively! Good luck! My Blog: https://heregoesjapan.wordpress.com This Blog Post: https://heregoesjapan.wordpress.com/2017/03/20/how-to-write-a-letter-to-your-host-family/ To Read my Letter: https://heregoesjapan.wordpress.com/2017/06/28/letter-to-my-host-family/
Views: 5719 Wakaran
Hosting an Exchange Student Q&A | experience + advice
Here's some insight into what it's like to host an exchange student. Feel free to ask me questions in the description (: watch my last video: https://youtu.be/ZQGM7f6LNrE subscribe to my channel: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCmNHmh... ———————————————————— my social media // twitter: @marisallogan https://twitter.com/marisallogan instagram: @marisalll http://instagram.com/marisalll tumblr: http://cluelessowl.tumblr.com pinterest: @marisallogan http://www.pinterest.com/marisallogan/ snapchat: @marisa1199 ———————————————————— a little note for ya // Hey there to whoever is reading this! My name is Marisa and right now I'm a high school student living in the Midwest of the USA. One of my favorite things ever is making videos for YouTube and connecting with all sorts of people through the internet. I like to post videos about fashion, food, makeup, books, advice, travel, tags, challenges and other things. If you want to see my new uploads be sure to subscribe to my channel and you can always follow me on any of my social media accounts listed above to keep connected with me as well. I hope you know that you're capable, brave and significant. I love you for existing and supporting me and I will see you guys in my next video!!! ♡
Views: 4605 Marisa Logan
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Changing Host Families
Are you an exchange student and wondering how to pack your suitcase? Got any first week questions involving a new family? want to know how to get settled in? Then this is the video for you! Sorry for the length! If you have any questions or comments leave them down below :) Instagram: carmen0133 Snapchat: carmen-johnson
Views: 982 International Youth
Living with American Host Family: Dos and Don'ts
I serve as a marketing and PR associate at New Oasis International Education. I wrote, directed, shot and edited this video for the purpose of preparing Chinese students to live with American host families.
Views: 1897 Xiao Sylvia Bao
Host Family Tips: Why we Host
Our experienced host families love hosting exchange students year after year to learn about a new culture, open their world to a student from another country and create relationships to last a lifetime. Discover how you as a host family can stay involved! To learn more about hosting an exchange student, visit http://www.efexchangeyear.org
Meeting our host families | JAPAN DAY 6
Yay multiple uploads. This was so fun, actually seeing the way japanese students learnt and studied. Also i didn't film walking into the hall but we had no idea what was going to happen and thats why we were kind of freaking out during that whole thing. Regarding how I managed to go to Japan and be a foreign exchange student, my school has a really good connection with our sister schools in Japan so my insanely dedicated teachers organised the for our whole year 10 class to go on this trip. Some of my friends did go through exchange programs though and they had a great time. Twitter: https://twitter.com/Acadia_B Instagram: http://instagram.com/Acadia_B
Views: 189812 Acadia B
How exchange student made Introduction video to the host family!!!
This video made for finding the host family that they will host me for my exchange year in Denmark I hope it will help you with making your own video :) I made a little bit mistake with when I'm talking and saying some words so sorry about that
Views: 627 Mind WN
EF Host Family Music Video to Welcome Their Exchange Student
The Loroz family from Washington made this great music video to help welcome their EF High School Exchange Student from The Netherlands!
HO CAMBIATO HOST FAMILY!!! - exchange student -
Ciao a tutti, oggi vi racconto che cosa è successo nelle ultime due settimane. Ho cambiato famiglia e se avete delle domande scrivetemele pure sotto questo video ( vi prego di non chiedermi le motivazioni). Ci vediamo presto!
Views: 1499 Francesca Pernice
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A Sunday evening with my host family // japan vlog #3
Hey! Sorry it has been so long since I last posted haha. In this vlog, I will be showing you what I did a weekend ago: went to a local festival, shopped at a Japanese Costco, and visited Don Quijote for the first time! Thanks for watching and thank you for 100 subs ♡ - So 14.10.18 ☆About me: My name is Sofía and I’m an exchange student in Japan. *FAQ* •Where do you come from? I was born in Mexico and I live in Canada. •How old are you? 17 •How did you learn to speak Japanese? For how long have you been learning it? I’ve been learning Japanese on my own on and off since 2015. I learn it by studying out of Japanese-learning textbooks and watching educational YouTube videos. I guess I could say I’m a beginner - intermediate, but I’m constantly learning and practicing to improve my Japanese. •How did you go on exchange? I’m on exchange through an exchange program called Rotary. •For how long will you be staying in Japan? I’ll be on exchange here for 11 months. •What grade are you in? I was placed in 二年 (second grade) in my Japanese high school. •Are all classes only in Japanese? Yes. •How far do you live from school? It takes me about 20 minutes to get to school by train. ~follow me~ ig: @sofi.jp ●music used in this video● Finesse by Peyruis https://soundcloud.com/peyruis Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/UaE_gaaLQYA Day One by Declan DP Music https://soundcloud.com/declandp Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/W3_fiilYMCs Last Summer by Ikson: http://www.soundcloud.com/ikson Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/n2oTA5JSk80
Views: 10813 sofía in japan
5 Easy Steps To Becoming a Host Family
Exchange Global Foundation (EGF) Become a host family, host an exchange student. 5 Easy Steps To Becoming a Host Family www.EGF.org
Hosting a Foreign Exchange Student
The EF Foundation for Foreign Study's mission is to promote international understanding and global awareness across the United States and to do so with the highest level of program quality and participant support in the exhange community. This organization is the leader in high school exchange and brings more international students to the United States each year than any other program in the industry. Their organization finds host families, enrolls students in school and provides students, hosts and schools
Views: 20389 TODAY’S TMJ4
Hosting an International Student
Hosting an international student is a great way to meet a new friend and learn about a different culture.
Views: 297 SPSCC
Meeting the Host Families Part I - AYLP Japan 2012
The American Youth Leadership Program with Japan is a virtual and international exchange experience supported by a grant from the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and administered by Cultural Vistas. Learn more about AYLP with Japan at www.culturalvistas.org/jaws2012 Learn more about Cultural Vistas' intercultural exchange programs at www.culturalvistas.org and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @CulturalVistas.
Views: 58417 AYLPJAWS
Host Family - Exchange Student
Host Family - Exchange Student
Study Abroad In France: A Nightmare
Hello Stalkers, Today I am sharing my experience as an exchange student in France, which was a nightmare. PLEASE READ BEFORE COMMENTING 1 – Bigotry is not biased against one’s nationality. You can find them everywhere. However, knowing about ethnocentrism and experiencing it are two different things. In my mind I knew it might be a problem. I didn’t think it was going to be a problem on a daily basis. 2 – It isn’t all Sunshine and rainbow. There are times that I thought very dark thoughts about France, which was very abnormal for me. When I talked to others about it, I was told that it wasn’t normal, and that I wasn’t trying or focusing on the positive. Fact is studying/living abroad is difficult. There will be times you love it, and there will be times where you hate it. Hating your host country is normal and anyone who tells you differently is talking out of their butt. 3 – I’m biased when it comes to French schools since I only attended 1 high school, and I thought it was horrible. My teachers regularly started class by telling us we were lazy, stupid and nothing. I’ve talked about this with other French people and have learned that unfortunately this is a norm in French school. I also understand that the school system is meant to weed out weakness. However, from my perspective what the teachers are doing is mental and emotional abuse since as far as I know all scientific studies have shown negative reinforcement doesn’t work. My teachers weren’t teachers, they were public speakers. They refused to answer questions or explain anything because they had a lesson plan to get through. Every French student I knew had a tutor. Which made no sense to me. Since students were paid to teach younger students and the teachers got paid to do nothing. My school also offered zero support with anything no matter what the problem. I had some student bothering me, and not their problem. Our French lit teach came to school drunk, and not their problem. She stopped coming and it took them a trimester to replace her. 4 – Language. I had 3 years of French, which proved useless since the French I learned and what was spoken was different. E.G. “ne” is often dropped and words are shortened to the point of being unrecognizable. This can be an issue no matter what language you know. I never learned about the Literary tenses, because they “aren’t used often in French” which is the biggest lie ever! All my text books used them, and if you wrote essays you were supposed to use them. I asked my teachers if could write in the passe compose instead, and they just told me not to bother with the homework and test. Even though I did them they wouldn’t grade them. Unfortunately, older French people are particular about their language. It isn’t just against foreigners, it is against other French people as well. I had very few issues with people my own age. They were more than willing to speak slowly and say all the letters, they’d correct my French work books and explain why. I never had that with adults. Their response was I had no business in France because I didn’t already know the culture or language. 5 – France is a big place. While I meet a lot of tools on my first trip to France. I knew there were good people. My host family for example are the greatest and kindest people I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing. They welcomed me into their home and treated me like I was their own daughter. To this day they are still Mama and Papa and are now Meme and Pepe to my children. However, that year was overshadowed by all the horrible people. 6 – This isn’t a French problem this is a person problem. I am not sharing this to Bash France. I went back to France, and the second time was completely different. I lived there for 10 years, and it became my home. However, there is a difference between being a citizen and foreigner. It doesn’t matter where you go, this will exist. Perhaps it won’t be as bad in one place than in others, but it is still there. If after all this I have offended you, then I am probably talking about you, and you are the problem. Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DeSinaasappelen Browse my Blog: https://desinaasappelen.wordpress.com/ Check out my Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DeSinaasappelen/
Views: 225209 Kathryn DeSinaasappelen
Host an Exchange Student with EF High School Exchange Year
Host families share their experiences hosting international exchange students with EF High School Exchange Year. Learn more about becoming a host family at www.efexchangeyear.org
Living With A Japanese Host Family
Hey, this is my experience living in Japan with a host family.
Views: 166331 TokyoTales
Japan Exchange: Morning Walk with My Host Family | Euodias
Morning walk around my neighbourhood !
Views: 405968 Euodias
See the World Differently: Host an Exchange Student with Greenheart Exchange!
Meet the Nelsons, a Greenheart Exchange* host family and their Italian exchange student, Christina. Learn how you can start your hosting adventure and change the life of a student, your family, and your world by visiting: https://www.cci-exchange.com/host-families/ Greenheart Exchange is formerly known as CCI Greenheart and Center for Cultural Exchange. Learn more about Greenheart International and all of our branches at: www.greenheart.org
Views: 4744 Greenheart Exchange
Sami, YES Exchange Student in America
Meet Sami, an international high schools student participating in the YES Exchange Program and living with an American host family for one year.
Views: 12217 Ayusa
International Student Exchange program in need of host families
International Student Exchange program in need of host families http://www.kristv.com/story/38071091/international-student-exchange-program-in-need-of-host-families
Views: 152 KRIS 6 News
Hey! I am a Rotary Youth Exchange student from Canada who is spending a year in Japan. This is a video about the gifts that I got for my host family's here in Japan! **Open for more information!** Instagram: victoriaauwaerter https://www.instagram.com/victoriaauwaerter/ Snapchat: victoria_auw Edited with Final Cut Pro X Filmed on a Canon G7X Mark II
Views: 1466 Victoria Grace
#4 My Hostfamily and High School // EXCHANGE YEAR USA 2017/2018
My name is Anne and I'm an EF High School Exchange Student. On this channel I'll be posting videos of my year abroad. This video is about my Hostfamily and my Highschool. INTRODUCTION VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NGaOl6_kiLo YOU CAN FIND ME HERE Instagram// meloanni Twitter// anneoffcial Snapchat// lela_anne Facebook// Anne Fibrich My Organisation: EF (Education First) http://www.ef.de/?source=007941,GGDES_EF_00_00&semcp=S-EF&semag=EF-BRD-1E---EF-00-00&pkw=ef&gclid=Cj0KEQjw17i7BRC7toz5g5DM0tsBEiQAIt7nLLbSCGtc9_zV7bNcAxWWQcU404_n6iEhLLb9Qno9NhUaAgI98P8HAQ Check out my EF Ambassador Page// http://my.ef.com/Layouts/Returneeinvite/Ambassadorfriend.aspx?returneetoken=xSVMBSHI8zk= If you have any question just DM me on Twitter or Insta or just leave a comment down below :)
Views: 8987 meloanni
Got a new host family this month, and we got some more snow! If you have any questions feel free to post them!
Views: 607 PeterLarsen
Why host an exchange student?
Cain family in New Zealand have hosted an overseas exchange student from France. Their daughter has also been on exchange to France with Student Exchange Australia New Zealand. This interview provides valuable tips on being a host family. Read more about Student Exchange hosting an overseas exchange student or going on exchange yourself here...http://studentexchange.org.au/
Meet the Sybers Family - Hosting a German Exchange Student in New Zealand
The Sybers family in New Zealand have hosted an overseas exchange student from Germany. Meet the Sybers family and see three different perspectives from a host mother, exchange student and NZ sister. Share a small piece of what they have gained from hosting an exchange student and welcoming her as part of their family. Read more about Student Exchange hosting an overseas exchange student or going on exchange yourself here...http://studentexchange.org.au/
How successful was Student Exchange at matching a student with a host family?
The Cain family in New Zealand have hosted an overseas exchange student from France. Their daughter has also been on exchange to France with Student Exchange Australia New Zealand. In this interview they talk about how Student Exchange listens well to it's clients and their needs. We always try and match a host family with a student of similar interests and needs. Read more about Student Exchange hosting an overseas exchange student or going on exchange yourself here...http://studentexchange.org.au/
A Day in My Life in Italy {Foreign Exchange/Study Abroad}
Here's a video of a regular day for me while studying abroad in Italy! I went to school, had lunch with my family, went shopping with my host mom, and then went out to dinner to celebrate my host grandma's birthday. Enjoy!
Views: 35551 Jessica DiLullo
Meet the Cain Family - Hosting a French Exchange Student in New Zealand
Cain family in New Zealand have hosted an overseas exchange student from France. Their daughter has also been on exchange to France with Student Exchange Australia New Zealand. Meet the Cain Family and share a small snippet of what they have gained from hosting a French Student and welcoming her as part of their family. Read more about Student Exchange hosting an overseas exchange student or going on exchange yourself here...http://studentexchange.org.au/
Changing My Host Family - Life As An Exchange Student
Happy New Year to all of you! Took a break from uploading videos on my channel but I'm excited to be back again. This video is especially for all the other exchange students out there. My tip in case you're changing your host family: talk to someone and just do it! Follow me on Instagram for more: https://instagram.com/dariafdrv/
Views: 38 Daria Fedorova
EF Host Family Stories: Meet the Monroes in Wisconsin
Meet the Monroe family from Wisconsin, who opened their home to Julia from Norway. To learn more about hosting an exchange student, visit http://www.efexchangeyear.org.
Why I Host - Victoria Homestay Family
Sylvie hosts international students because it opens her home to different cultures. She has hosted students from China, Japan and Brazil. Not only only has Sylvie benefitted from hosting, her daughter Juliette has too. Become a Canada Homestay Network host! For more information on becoming a host: http://whyihost.ca Whether you are a Canadian family, an international student, an agent or a school, we are here to help. http://www.canadahomestayinternational.com/index.html Get more: https://www.facebook.com/CanadaHomestayInternational https://twitter.com/HomestayCHN
Views: 1922 HomestayCHN