Sept. 24: Rotary Youth Exchange Information Meeting
North Star Rotary Youth Exchange
Be An Exchange Student
Informational Meeting • Sept. 24, 2013
“If all 17-year-olds had a chance to be a Rotary Youth Exchange Student, there would be no more war.”
-- Carl Wilhelm Stenhammar, president of Rotary International, 2005-06
Learn what it’s like to be a high school exchange student and learn the application process for North Star Rotary Youth Exchange. Talk to high school students who have gone on exchange, and to Minneapolis parents who have sent their children through this program.
North Star Rotary Youth Exchange is a year-long high school exchange program for students ages 15 to 19. North Star exchanges with nearly 30 countries around the world and provides a unique, safe and life-enriching program for its participants.
Read more at www.NorthStarYouthExchange.com, and come to the meeting!
Who: Anyone who is interested in high school exchange programs, but particularly students who live in Minneapolis or attend Minneapolis schools.
What: An information meeting for students and families on what it’s like to be an exchange student
Where: Hosmer Library Meeting Room, 347 E. 36th St. in Minneapolis
When: Tuesday, Sept. 24; 6:30 - 7:45 p.m.
This meeting is hosted by the Minneapolis South Rotary Club. Contact Lynn Keillor (email@example.com / 612-287-0869) or Curt Fernandez (firstname.lastname@example.org / 612-290-1913) for more information on this meeting or our club’s exchange program. www.minneapolissouthrotaryclub.com