Host families sought for students

Customized Students Tours seeks 14 homes


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Customized Student Tours, LLC, a leader in student exchange programs, is looking for 14 families in Sussex County who are willing to open their hearts and home to a student from France.

The students, ranging in age from 14 to 18, will arrive on July 29 and depart on Aug. 19.

While here the students will enjoy spending quality time with their newfound family, which will include eating dinners together, communicating in English and exploring the local area. The students will also take three pre-arranged excursions into New York City with a chaperone staying in the area.

Sharing the American experience with an international student is a unique opportunity for any American family and can profoundly impact the life of a teenager.

There is no typical American host family and Customized Student Tours welcomes all local families to explore the opportunity.

To host, families need to have a child of similar age and gender in the home, provide a dedicated bed and three meals per day.

For more information contact Customized Student Tours, LLC at info@CustomizedStudentTours.us or 973-940-8687.

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