Whether you're traveling or hosting, we make it easy to apply for international exchange programs.
We guide you through the process and answer any questions.
Once you've applied to a program, you'll be able to match with specific exchange opportunities.
Extensive profiles and our helpful staff ensure great matches.
This is where the fun really begins — learn about other cultures through life-changing experiences.
All of our programs include fantastic in-country support and events.
There are so many ways to explore this world and meet new people; here are just a few.
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During this year's Au Pair USA Conference in New Orleans, we asked attenedees a few questions about what they like best about their job. We were delighted to hear their answers! Take a look at what staff, Local...
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During our Au Pair USA Conference in New Orleans, InterExchange staff members, Local Coordinators, and International Cooperators had a chance to experience one of America’s greatest contributions to world music: jazz.
Dr. Michael White, renowned jazz clarinetist, musician, teacher, composer, and writer, presented a show called “The New Orleans Jazz Experience.” In this presentation, Dr. White and his band, the Original Liberty Jazz Band, weaved history, music education, and musical performance together to address the historical, social, and musical development of this highly creative and engaging genre.
Matthew Graves Tuesday November 17, 2015
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As part of the cultural aspect of the Exchange Visitor program, InterExchange participants are encouraged to volunteer their time to worthy causes in their local communities.
On November 1, 2015, more that 70 participants from our Au Pair USA and Trainee USA programs came out to support the 50,000+ runners in the New York City Marathon, handing out sponges and water to the racers as they passed.
Our staff is passionate about food, so we wanted to share some of our favorite U.S. treats with you! Every culture has a deep attachment to its food, so eating as the locals do is a great way to connect with your host country. No matter what kind of food you like, there will be something to tempt you!
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If you're anything like me your Spanish improves in small bursts (usually to regress a few weeks later, but hey). I have no doubt that my most serious progress has occurred during trips to Spanish speaking...