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Council on International Educational Exchange Seeking Holliston Families

by Press Release
March 13, 2017

CIEE is seeking Holliston families to host International high school students for the 2017/18 school year. Students will attend Holliston High School and speak English well. Students arrive in August and will have their own health insurance and spending money.  Host families come in all shapes and sizes from empty nesters to those with young children.

The most important quality is a warm, welcoming and open-minded environment. Students can share a bedroom with a host sibling of similar age and same gender. Hosting an International student is also an exciting way to bring the world into your home and Holliston! In addition to the priceless experience, host families receive a generous stipend to offset the cost of hosting.

For more information contact Kristyn Bonnyman (kbonnyman@gmail.com/781-983-6418).

 

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