8-Week Reciprocal Long Term Exchanges to Germany in Spring-Summer 2018
The families of Newport News students Emma Janney (Menchville) and Georgia Danehy (Warwick) opened their homes to a student from Jahn Gymnasium in Griefswald Germany this spring. The students, Rosa and Nele, attended regular classes with their "host sisters" for 8 weeks. In return, Emma and Georgia are now staying with their families in Greifswald for 8 weeks. "Long-Term" reciprocal exchange programs like this, where students are immersed in the culture and academics, have been a long term goal for Sister Cities of Newport News. Thanks to the kindness of these host families, and the drive of 2018 SCNN president Katie Stodghill, teachers Frau Willett, Herr Grap, and with the support of NNPS administration, the program is a reality! We are ready to do it again. Call us if you want to help. 757-926-1348.
2017 High School Exchange to Germany...
March 27- April 6, 2019
June 15-30, 2019
APPLICATION DEADLINE OCT. 31 2018
November 16-25, 2018
APPLICATION DEADLINE PASSED
Youth Travel Scholarship News...
Sister Cities will award 2-$500 youth travel scholarships. APPLICATIONS BELOW. If you have question regarding this incredible opportunity please email Kate Helwig, SCNN's Executive Director at email@example.com .
2017 Youth Travel Scholarship Awardee:
Congratulations to Emma Janney (Menchville High) winner of the 2017 Youth Travel Scholarship. Emma (pictured holding Greifswald flag) is now in Germany as part of Sister Cities new, long-term reciprocal exchange program.
Learning about another culture doesn't have to be boring. Here is a great example of just how fun learning can be!
Sister Cities has partners in several International Universities:
With the assistance of Sister Cities, Christopher Newport University (CNU) is working with exchange students from UESTC (The University of Electronic Science and Technology of China). You can learn more about UESTC below or at their website http://en.uestc.edu.cn/