Ukraine | Investigative Journalism

November 15 – 23, 2019


OPEN WORLD DELEGATION

Country: Ukraine

Project: Investigative Journalism

No. of Visitors: 5

Host families needed!

Details coming soon…

Iraqi Youth Leaders Exchange Program 2019

July 23 – August 6, 2019


Theme: Entrepreneurship

Language: All students speak English

The Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program (IYLEP) brings English-speaking Iraqi secondary school students to the U.S. for a four-week summer exchange to explore themes of leadership development, civic rights and responsibilities, respect for diversity, and community engagement. The will be Louisville’s TWELFTH cohort since the program’s inception in 2007!

Participants on this U.S. Department of State-funded program are between the ages of 15 and 17 and are recruited from all provinces in Iraq. Iraqi adult mentors who accompany the students are educators and/or community leaders who work with youth and have demonstrated an interest in promoting youth leadership and social development. Competitively-selected American students also join Iraqi participants in all U.S. activities.

The program continues after the U.S.-based exchange with follow-on activities in the participants’ home communities, including alumni activities focused on leadership development.

Read what one of our host families had to say!

“As a three time host parent of students in this program I highly recommend this experience. Getting to know these children and follow them in their endeavors to better their communities back home is so rewarding. Our family has maintained contact with all of our children. They never cease to amaze. I am proud to be a part of fostering these relationships. I feel it is an important step for this and future generations.” – Kelly

 

Worried about transportation and logistics? World Affairs Council helps with that!

 

World Affairs Council Provides:

  • Professional and cultural programming
  • All necessary transportation to and from meetings
  • All in-home orientation for hosts
  • Orientation and cultural programming for visitors

Host Responsibilities:

  • Provide a private sleeping area (students may share rooms but need separate beds)
  • Include the guest(s) in breakfast and dinner
  • Share your city with them!

 

Contact Visitor Program Manager, Laura Duncan, for more information! [email protected] or (502) 561-5422 x2


Konnichiwa Summer! Japanese Jamboree Camp Week 2

Konnichiwa Summer! is a week-long summer camp for children ages 9-11 that will give your child an exciting primer in Japanese culture while they make friends and have fun. This camp offers a variety of engaging and educational activities drawn from traditional and contemporary Japanese culture: including origami, basic Japanese, Kamishibai storytelling, calligraphy and writing, music, cooking, and more! The camp and all workshops are led by our outreach coordinator Ayako Nakajima.

Camp cost is $100 per child. Income-based discounts are available. Contact us for more information.

Students should have their own transportation and bring their own lunch each day.

★2019 Summer Camp Flyer★

Summer Camp Daily Activity Schedule

TBA

Dates

July 15th through 19th: Camp ages 9-11

Time

9:00am – 1:00pm daily

Sign up!