Become a Host Family for an International Youth Delegate in 2023 Through 4-H!

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Become a Host Family for an International Youth Delegate in 2023!

Is your family interested in broadening horizons and learning about other cultures this summer? NC 4-H offers you a rare and unique opportunity to invite a young person from another country into your home for about 4 weeks to share culture, gain communication skills, and build friendships. In 2023, you could host a delegate from Norway, Costa Rica, or Japan! This info session will cover all of the details regarding dates, requirements, the screening process, and expectations for host families.

Scan QR Code above to apply to be a host or go to States 4-H Exchange

NC families in 2022 said “It was great! We had such a great time and [our delegate] feels like part of our family,” and “Do it! It helps connect your family to another—hope we can do it again.”
For more information contact: Caitlin Clineff at