Montana State University

Host families needed for Japanese youth and chaperones

March 6, 2017 -- MSU News Service

MSU Extension is looking for host families for 24 Japanese youth and two adult chaperones who will be visiting Montana from July 23 through Aug. 18 as part of a cultural exchange.

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BOZEMAN - Host families are needed for 24 Japanese youth and two adult chaperones who will be visiting Montana from July 23 through Aug. 18. Families can be located anywhere in the state and should have a child at home who is between the ages of 9 and 17. The visiting youth will know some English but are not fluent. The purpose of the exchange is for both the family and the guest to enjoy cultural immersion while learning from one another.

The application deadline is Thursday, May 25. To apply, go to https://www.states4hexchange.org or contact Stephanie Davison, program coordinator in the 4-H Center for Youth Development, at (406) 994-3502 or sdavison@montana.edu.

Contact: Stephanie Davison, program coordinator, 4-H Center for Youth Development, (406) 994-3502 or sdavison@montana.edu