Hospitality Day Families Needed for International Scholars and Professors
Spring International Language Center at the University of Arkansas wants to give you the chance to travel to faraway places without leaving your home! Spring International is searching for families, couples, and individuals to host an international student, scholar, or professor for one day on either July 4 or July 13.
These international visitors come from all around the world to study English and American culture in Fayetteville during the summer. Hospitality families will have the opportunity to connect with people from fascinating places like Romania, Myanmar, Iraq, Ukraine, Mexico, and Egypt. It is easy to host — just take your guest along for whatever your plans are for the day. The goal is to give the visitors the chance to see life through the eyes of an American.
If you would like more information, please call 479-575-7600 or e-mail email@example.com.
Bethany Peevy, student services coordinator
Spring International Language Center
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