Congratulations, your club is on its way to changing a student's life, perhaps two students as you may host an inbound student from another country. The first thing to do is to ask the student a few questions:  (1) is the student interested in the short-term (summer) program or the long-term (academic year) program?  (2) how old is the student?  (3) what school does the student attend?  

  • If your student is interested in the long-term (academic year) exchange, the 1st thing to do is to contact Rodney Arnold, District 6110's Study Abroad Scholarship Team Leader. Duff can be contacted by email.  You can learn more about the academic year program at our long-term page.  Review the step-by-step instructions so you can help students with the paperwork.  At our Resources tab, go to the Forms page to get to all the application materials.  Applications are due to the club by Nov 1st.  The club interviews the student and family. By Nov 15, the club sends the application materials, the student's application fee, and the 1st sponsor club letter to the district contact: Vicki Lombari.
  • If your student is interested in the short-term (summer) exchange, the 1st thing to do is contact Yume Rudzinski, District 6110's Short-Term (STEP) Team Leader.  Yume can be contacted by email.  You can learn more about the summer program at our short-term page.  Review the step-by-step instructions so you can help students fill out the application materials.  At our Resources tab, go to the Forms page to get to all the application materials.  Students submit the application materials to the club.  The club interviews the student and family. Then the club sends the application materials, the student's application fee, etc to the district contact: Yume Rudzinski.