Local Representative​/High School Exchange

Local Representative​/High School Exchange

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Job in Corona – Riverside County – CA California – USA
Apply HereCompany: Forte International ExchangeFull Time, Contract position
Listed on 2019-01-06
Job specializations:Education
Elementary School, High School, Kindergarten, Middle SchoolNon-ProfitJob Description & How to Apply BelowPosition: Local Representative – High School Exchange Student Placement
Job Description
Hello,My name is June Miller. I am the development director for Forte High School Exchange Program.Forte is a small agency with good quality control and a personal touch. This is the most meaningful, fun, life-changing, world impacting job you will have EVER have……or dreamed of. This is a part time (90% at home) if interested in the job please let me know. My students impact me and my family just as much as my family impacts them. You do not have to host a student to become a representative (although I'm sure you will want to eventually). You get to work with families in your area..

Forte International Exchange Associationimage (not from entry) from
Job in CoronaRiverside CountyCA CaliforniaUSA
Apply HereCompany: Forte International ExchangeFull Time, Contract position
Listed on 2019-01-06
Job specializations:

  • Education
    Elementary School, High School, Kindergarten, Middle School
  • Non-Profit

Job Description & How to Apply BelowPosition: Local Representative – High School Exchange Student Placement
Job Description
Hello,My name is June Miller. I am the development director for Forte High School Exchange Program.Forte is a small agency with good quality control and a personal touch. This is the most meaningful, fun, life-changing, world impacting job you will have EVER have……or dreamed of. This is a part time (90% at home) if interested in the job please let me know. My students impact me and my family just as much as my family impacts them. You do not have to host a student to become a representative (although I'm sure you will want to eventually). You get to work with families in your area and community. is some information on being a local Representative for Forte. You can check our website. Please let me know if you would like to talk more or would like an application.Together we ARE changing the world!!!Thank you,June MillerCompany Description
Since 2000, Forte International Exchange Association has offered the opportunity for academic and cultural exchange to international high school students who would like to come to the United States on a J-1 Visa.
Public diplomacy [JB emphasis] is at the core of the J-1 Visa exchange program. Our students learn about American culture, customs and ideals while living with American host families and attending high school. Host families in return learn about the customs, culture and ideals of the students they host. FIEA has close partnerships with overseas agents that carefully screen and select students with the appropriate age, background, English language skills and attitude for participating in the international exchange program, while American host families are screened through a process that includes a criminal background check, home inspection and host family interview.
FIEA is regulated by the U.S. Department of State guidelines, ensures that each Local Representative is certified by the Department of State and ads closely to the rules and regulations that are in place to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of each student.
FIEA is an independent nonprofit educational and cultural exchange program based in the Greater Washington, DC area. FIEA is a designated sponsor for the J-1 Visa.
FIEA is endorsed by the Council on Standards for International Educational Travel (CSIET)Position RequirementsLess than 1 Year work experience
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