Want to bring the world together? Host!
Have you ever hosted a YES student with AYA?
Check out this unique cultural exchange experience out Kansas! Local Coordinator and host mom, Kelly, gathered her students and together they all learned how to make Ukranian Pysansky Eggs! 🥚 #WeAreAYA
Children often get the most out of having an AYA student join the family. They have so much to teach and are so eager to learn from one another. #WeAreAYA
In Illinois, Vinícius from Brazil volunteered in his local community. He shares "I’m enjoying [volunteering] because at the same time that I help people, I meet new people! [In the first photo], I’m helping in a food truck that gives food to people in need, and in the second photo I’m helping in place that sends cards and other things to people that have cancer." #WeAreAYA
Dovran, an AYA and FLEX Program student hosted in New York from Turkmenistan 🇹🇲, on attending the Civic Education Workshop in Washington, District of Columbia: "It was perfect. I deepened my understanding of the US government and history and made a lot of friends throughout the world." 🇺🇸🌎 #WeAreAYA
In response to #HurricaneHarvey, Johanna, an AYA student from Germany hosted in Texas, composed an incredibly moving film with her host sister, Brielle. 🎬 Their video won first place at their high school for the University Interscholastic League Film Contest. Please take a second to watch! #WeAreAYA