AFICE COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVES

Creating quality student exchange experiences

Community Representatives are AFICE's front line support personnel, working closely with their Regional Manager on matters related to the students' well-being. Their duties include host family screening, student placement, and orientations. Their most important task is to supervise the exchange students regarding their adjustment to their host family and high school. Without our local Community Reps, the AFICE student exchange program would not be able to function.

If you'd like to become a Community Representative for AFICE, please fill out the form below.

ARE COMMUNITY REPS PAID?

Yes, remuneration is paid to AFICE Community Reps for initial placement and ongoing supervision of AFICE students.

COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES

Secure signed school acceptance for each AFICE exchange student from the local high school and serve as the link between school, student, and host family.


Conduct a personal interview and home visit for each prospective AFICE host family before accepting them as host parents.

Facilitate the acceptance of the AFICE exchange student into the local community.

Maintain regular contact with exchange students and host families in order to monitor and support their exchange experience.

Assist in problem solving and decision making in order to bridge cultural differences.

 

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