International Youth Exchange District Chair: Rachel Moses, Cookeville Breakfast (4)
2017-18 Youth Exchange Students
Our 2017-18 YE Students will be representing Tennessee and the USA from ten different countries: France, Brazil, Japan, Thailand, Peru, Croatia, South Korea, Taiwan, Spain, and Germany.
2016-2017 Youth Exchange Students
Our 2016-17 exchange students will be representing Tennessee and the USA in 8 different countries: Czech Republic, France, Brazil, Japan, Austria, Thailand, and Germany.
2015-2016 Youth Exchange Students
Rotary Youth Exchange students spend up to a year living with host families and attending school in a different country
These exchanges plant the seeds for a lifetime of international understanding. Exchange students are ambassadors of the Rotary clubs that sponsor them and of their country. Rotary clubs and communities benefit by having students from another country in the community for an extended period of time. Rotary is committed to creating and maintaining the safest possible environment for all participants in its programs, including Youth Exchange.
2015-2016 Outbound Students
Inbound Students for 2016-17
|Francesco Conti||Italy||Cookeville Breakfast|
|Fang Yi "Franny" Lin||Taiwan||Fairfield Glade|
|Amadou Mbaye||France||Oak Ridge|
Outbound Students for 2016-17
|Keita Fowler||Japan||Mt. Juliet Noon|
|Grace Braswell||France||Mt. Juliet Breakfast|
|Willow Gernaat||Czech Republic||Tullahoma|
|Emma Fairchild||Austria||Chattanooga Breakfast|
Interviews: Place TBD December 14, 2016
Outbound students are hosted by Rotary Clubs in countries around the world. Our students live with Rotary selected families for 11 months and attend high school in their adopted communities.
Short Term Program
Your son or daughter will be hosted by his/her matched family in another country for 4 weeks during the summer. Your family will reciprocate by hosting your matched international student for a similar period. For more information, go to www.ohioerie.org. The cost for this program is a $500 fee plus the cost of the airfare. There is not an insurance requirement.
International Youth Exchange Committee Members 2017-18
|Rachel Moses||CoachRach@aol.com||Chair (4)|
|Rick Woodsemail@example.com||Immediate Past Chair|
|Bill Nicholsfirstname.lastname@example.org||Outbound Chair|
|Jerry Wear, PDGemail@example.com||Member|
|Alan Clark, AGfirstname.lastname@example.org||Member|
|McKinley Taboremail@example.com||Inbound Chair|
|Betty Vickersfirstname.lastname@example.org||Short Term Program Chair|
Schedule for Inbound Youth Exchange Students
EVENT: Ohio-Erie Youth Exchange Multi District Fall Meeting
LOCATION: Charlotte, NC
Activity: Not a weekend for students. Committee members and interested Rotarians are invited to attend. Chair, Inbound Chair, Outbound Chair, and STEP Chair strongly encouraged to go. Registration information will be available at: www.ohioerie.org
DATE: October 8th, 2016 EVENT: PETS ORIENTATION LOCATION: Crossville, Stone Memorial High School
DATE: November 1st, 2016 APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR 2017-2018 OUTBOUNDS Applications can be filed online at: http://yehub.net/OER-obapp
DATE: November 5th, 2016
DATE: Interviews for 2017-2018 Outbound Applicants. Committee Member Coordinator: Bill Nichols
DATE: February 2017. NAYEN Conference, Cincinnati, OH. Not a weekend for students. District Committee will pay for registration for 10 Committee Members to attend. Contact Rachel Moses if interested. See www.nayen2016.org for more information.
DATE: March 2017 Orientation for 2017-2018 Outbound Students in Ashville, NC. Coordinator: Bill Nichols
DATE: March/April EVENT: Visit to Nashville to TN General Assembly
DATE: April 2017 District Only Orientation for 2017-2018 Outbound Students, Knoxville, TN. Coordinator: Bill Nichols
The 2015-16 students at the District Conference in Pigeon Forge, April 2016.
Knoxville Breakfast club treated the students to a UT game, November 2015.
The students on the Winter Social Ski Trip, January 2016