Rotary Youth Exchange is One of the Most Preferred High School Study Abroad Programs

Rotary Youth Exchange is one of the most popular and trusted high school study-abroad programs preferred by many students and parents altogether.
Aug 29, 2019 Mark

Press Release ( - USA - Aug 29, 2019 - Foreign students exchange programs are like gateways to extreme excitement and memorable experiences. However, many students fail to be a part of them due to a variety of reasons, including monetary factors and trust issues, especially from the parent side. Far away from all this, Rotary Youth Exchange is a popular and one of the most trusted foreign student exchange programs. It has earned a reputation for being the most amazing, safest, and affordable study abroad programs. Students find it interesting and their parents don’t find any reason to worry about their children participating in the same.

While providing insight into Rotary Youth Exchange, its spokesperson stated, “Rotary Youth Exchange is an exceptional study abroad program and scholarship, which local Rotary clubs sponsor in more than 100 countries worldwide. It is an initiative of the Rotary NAYEN (North American Youth EXCHANGE Network), designed for students who belong to the age group of 15-19 years. Students who are leaders in their schools and communities and have a penchant to step out of their comfort zone for a lifetime experience can participate in these programs.”

Rotary Youth Exchange has been conceptualized for providing students with a plethora of opportunities, which they can use for exploring their talents and learning many new things. They get to meet many people and make new friends from a country other than their own, they can learn new languages, discover a new culture, and become knowledgeable. A student on a foreign student exchange program is certain to become more confident. Rotary Youth Exchange keeps uploading journals of students already living their dream abroad on its website. Those interested to gain deeper insights into the lives of the foreign exchange students and know how everything goes can read those journals.

The spokesperson added, “There are two types of Rotary Youth Exchange programs – short-term and long-term exchanges. Short term exchanges are meant to last for several days to several weeks and are generally structured in the form of family-to-family tours, homestays, and international youth camps. These programs take place when the schools are not in session, so the foreign exchange student doesn’t attend school in a foreign country during the exchange period. However, they are allowed to make their trip interesting and suit their specific interests. For example, they can add trips to the places of their interest to their Rotary Youth Exchange short-term program.”

Rotary Youth Exchange study abroad for high school students  are long-term exchanges that are meant to last a full academic year. Those who participate get to live with multiple host families and attend local schools during the exchange period.  The Rotary Youth Exchange programs have several inclusions and exclusions, for which students can visit the website.

About Rotary Youth Exchange:

Rotary Youth Exchange programs include high school abroad, Gap Year travel programs , summer abroad, and study abroad scholarships. To know more, people can visit the Rotary Youth Exchange website or can contact the local Rotary Club.

Contact Information:

Rotary Youth Exchange
1218 E Walnut St, Westerville,  OH 43081, USA
Ph: +1-614-592-2255
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