The non-profit organization CASE, with an office in Middletown NJ, was founded in 1988 with the idea that understanding and respect and goodwill for all nations would be a result of the international exchange of students. Teens from all over the globe are brought in to stay with a US host family. CASE gives the chance for all parties to grow culturally and make everlasting bonds.
While living with the US host family, the student which is from the age of 15 to 18, will have a chance to the American experience of attending high school. The student can either stay for a whole year or a semester. The students are screened before they are assigned to a host family for academic achievement, character, and the ability to use the English language. Once the student arrives at the host family’s home, they are presented with a safe and loving environment. A main requirement of the host family is the need to assimilate the teens into their daily life activities. The Host family is also presented with an Area Representative with whom they communicate with.
The local school that the exchange student attends will communicate with the Area Representative, who will take a look at the student’s progress and report it back oversees. A successful experience is the main goal for all that are involved in the program.
To contact the Monmouth County branch call: 800.458-8336. Click case–usa .org.
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