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Inquiry From YFU

From: Itaru I.
Sent on: Friday, July 9, 2010 9:32 PM
Hi folks, I received the following email and thought some of you may be interested.
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Youth For Understanding (YFU) is a non-profit international
educational organization with programs in 64 countries. One of
the world's oldest, largest, and most respected exchange
organizations, YFU has exemplified excellence in exchange
worldwide since 1951. Our website is www.yfu-usa.org.

Students come with their own spending money, health insurance,
and the willingness to live as a member of your family, sharing
in family activities and chores like any other member and
following family rules as well. Host families provide a place
to live, three meals a day and love and support throughout the
experience. We have local volunteers who support the student
and the family throughout the experience.

We have some terrific kids like:

Takahiro 16 from Japan: "I'll try to do my best to live a full
life!" promises Takahiro. He's got all the makings of a good
son for his host family!. As for interests, he likes to listen
to music, play badminton and barbecue with his family. He likes
to work on the computer and to watch movie DVDs. He belongs to
the English Club in his school and English is his favorite
subject. He is looking forward to learning about art, American
holidays, and American traditions while on exchange, and you
can surely help him with that. This dependable young man would
like to be a police officer some day. He looks forward to his
first trip abroad and sharing his culture with his new host
family. Takahiro wants to be a serious, well intentioned
contributing member of his host family

Members of your meet-up group can contact me directly at[masked] or [address removed].

Thank you,

Kathi Moran - Host Mom
www.yfu-usa.org"

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