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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton extols the importance
of international exchange programs and encourages American
families to host exchange students in a video posted to
ExchangesConnect?s YouTube channel.
Hillary Clinton International exchange
World Heritage High School Student Exchange Program is one of the most respected international organizations dedicated to education through student exchange. Hosting a World Heritage foreign exchange student allows families like your own to experience the fun of getting to know another culture without ever having to leave your backyard! As a World Heritage host family, you will gain not only priceless memories with your new "son" or "daughter", but also friendships that will last a lifetime. As your World Heritage student becomes a part of your life, he or she will also gain a deeper appreciation for both your culture as well as his or her own culture. With World Heritage, making your family a little more international has never been easier! World Heritage exchange students are enthusiastic and come from a wide varieties of countries including: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, China, Denmark, France, Gaza, Georgia, Germany, Iraq, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Krgyzstan, Kuwait, Mexico, Moldova, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Syria, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, West Bank and Yemen.

For North American students interested in becoming an exchange student abroad, World Heritage cooperates closely with ASSE International Student Exchange Programs. Together, ASSE and World Heritage offer three different international exchange programs. Students can pick their adventure - a full academic year program, a 6-months program, the teen-twin program or a summer language program abroad. Still wondering if hosting a World Heritage exchange student is right for you? Then read on or email us for more info on the opportunity of a lifetime!

YES Exchange Student Derrick Yevu from Ghana, who spent his exchange 2011-12 year in Bay City, MI, was asked to sing the US National Anthem at a recent YES (Youth Exchange and Study Program) gathering in Washington, DC. Please see his beautiful rendition of the ?Star-Spangled Banner?

World Heritage Student Exchange Program 2010