With the power to foster intercultural understanding, personal growth, and global connections, cultural immersive programs can provide transformative cross-cultural experiences. Cultural exchange programs provide individuals an opportunity to immerse themselves in an environment that encourages people from diverse backgrounds to interact and share experiences. This allows both parties to learn from one another, break down cultural barriers, and promote a more inclusive and interconnected world. Our services provide international individuals the chance to join the United States workforce
Our Au Pair program offers a unique and rewarding intercultural opportunity. Participants, young people between the ages of 18 and 26, have the chance to continue their education while experiencing daily life with a family in the United States. As requirements, Au Pairs are expected to be proficient in English, have completed high school or its equivalent, and undergo an interview and background check process. In return, Au Pairs enjoy a 12-month stay with the host family, with the option to extend it, receive professional training in childcare, gain hands-on experience with children, and have the opportunity to earn academic credits. Additionally, they receive financial value that includes accommodation, meals, and compensation for childcare.
Our Internship Program offers foreign college students and recent graduates the opportunity to come to the United States to immerse themselves in Culture of the United States and gain practical experience in their chosen occupational field. Interns must be enrolled students at a foreign academic institution or have graduated within the past 12 months. This program provides them with the invaluable experience of bridging the gap between formal education and practical work.
Professor Exchange Program promotes the exchange of ideas, research, mutual enrichment, and connections between research and academic institutions in the United States and other countries.
To be eligible as a professor, the following requirements must be met:
- Not be seeking a permanent tenure-track position.
- Not have participated in or completed a teacher program within the last 24 months prior to the start date of the new program.
- Not have participated in a J-Visa program during all or part of the 12-month period immediately preceding the start date of a teacher program, unless certain exceptions are met. The program provides educational enrichment by facilitating the exchange of ideas and research in various fields among individuals from the United States and other countries.
- Meet the qualifications for teaching in primary or secondary schools in their country of nationality or last legal residence.
- Be currently working as a teacher in their home country or legal residence, or meet specific eligibility requirements if not currently employed as a teacher.
- Hold a degree equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in education or the academic field they intend to teach.
- Have a minimum of two years (24 months) of teaching or related professional experience.
- Meet the standards of the U.S. state in which they will teach.
- Have a good reputation and character.
- Seek to enter the United States for the purpose of full-time teaching as a certified teacher in an accredited primary (including pre-kindergarten) or secondary educational institution in the United States (pre-kindergarten teachers must teach full-time and, at the pre-kindergarten level, may only teach language immersion in an accredited host school).
- Possess sufficient proficiency in the English language. Benefits:
- Educational and cultural enrichment: Exchange teachers enhance their professional skills and engage in intercultural activities in schools and communities, returning to their home school after the exchange to share their experiences and increased knowledge of the United States and the U.S. educational system. Repeat participation: Teachers are eligible to participate in the program again as long as they have resided outside the United States for two years and continue to meet the eligibility requirements.
Summer Work Travel
The Summer Work Travel program allows full-time university students enrolled in accredited post-secondary institutions outside of the United States to come to the U.S. and share their culture and ideas through temporary work and travel opportunities. Student eligibility for the Summer Work Travel program:
- Sufficient English language proficiency to successfully interact in an English-speaking environment.
- Enrolled and actively pursuing full-time studies at an accredited post-secondary educational institution outside of the United States.
- Successfully completed at least one semester or equivalent of post-secondary academic studies.
- Pre-placed in a job before entry, unless exempted from visa requirements based on their country. Benefits of the program:
- The Summer Work Travel program provides foreign students with the opportunity to live and work in the United States during their university summer break, experiencing and being exposed to the people and way of life in the U.S.”
Our Trainee program provides foreign professionals with the opportunity to immerse themselves in the culture of the United States and receive training in US business practices in their chosen occupational field. An trainee must be a foreign citizen who meets one of the following requirements:
- Holds a degree or professional certificate from a foreign post-secondary academic institution and has at least one year of related work experience in their occupational field outside the United States.
- Has five years of work experience outside the United States in the occupational field they are seeking training in. Benefits Practical experience: Enhance your skills and experience in your academic or occupational field through our practice-based, guided training program.