The InterExchange office is located at 100 Wall Street, Suite 301, New York, NY 10005.
The closest subway stations are:
- 1, 2, 3 - Wall Street
- 4, 5, 6 - Wall Street
- R - Rector Street
- A, C, J, Z, 2, 3 - Fulton Street
InterExchange or your employer will provide you with travel recommendations prior to your arrival in the U.S. InterExchange strongly recommends calling or emailing your employer before you travel to your job to confirm your travel plans. Your employer may be able to meet you when you arrive.
It is important to take extra safety precautions while traveling and waiting at airports and train or bus stations. Never accept a ride from a stranger or attempt to hitchhike. If you take a taxi in New York City, make sure you take a TLC-licensed yellow cab. There are other taxi services available, but they may not be reputable and could overcharge you. Keep your belongings in sight at all times and be mindful of backpacks when waiting in crowded areas. Arrive early to allow yourself extra time for transfers and to pass through security, as wait times are often unpredictable. If you have questions or need help, visit an information desk or speak to authorized personnel, such as an airline attendant or policeman.
Evaluation Form (Participant Survey)
Before you return home, please remember to fill out our online participant survey. This survey is the only way for InterExchange to evaluate our employers and the success of your visit in the U.S.
InterExchange does not make your flight arrangements and cannot assist in making any travel reservations or ticket changes. Call your airline or InterExchange Cooperator in your home country with any changes. It is also recommended that you call the airline to confirm your flight two days in advance of your departure.
Changing Your Flight Ticket
If you are planning on changing your flight, contact your airline or the office of the InterExchange representative in your home country. It is best to make changes as early as possible to ensure that a seat is available on the date you would like to fly. Make sure that you understand the terms of your ticket. If you don’t understand the terms of your ticket, contact the airlines or the travel agency where you purchased your ticket. It is possible that when you call the airline that the representative will not know the special terms of your ticket. Understanding which fees apply to you will help when you are on the phone with the airline. If you came on a group flight it may also be helpful to speak with someone in the group sales department.
Remember that there are weight restrictions on bags, and some airlines may require you to pay a luggage fee. Please contact your airline for information on luggage fees and restrictions.