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Student Tips: Getting Involved
Whether it's making new friends on the first day of school or joining a sports team or extracurricular club, hear tips from former students on how to get involved during an exchange year! To learn more about hosting an exchange student, visit www.efexchangeyear.org
Student Tips: Communication
When you are living with a host family, communication is key. Hear tips from former exchange students about how to best ask questions and share your thoughts during your year abroad. Learn more about hosting an international exchange student by visiting www.efexchangeyear.org
The Machine - Bert Kreischer: THE MACHINE
This is the story about the time I robbed a train in Russia with the Russian Mafia. To get my book "Life of the Party" click HERE: https://www.amazon.com/Life-Party-Stories-Perpetual-Man-Child/dp/1250030250 For all TOUR DATE & MERCH click HERE: http://www.bertbertbert.com To Follow me on.. Twitter: https://twitter.com/bertkreischer Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BertKreischer Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bertkreischer/?hl=en Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Akreischer
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What is Exchange Student USA?
https://www.facebook.com/ExchangeStudentUSA Share your ideas and experiences with other exchange students. Most of them have probably been in the same situation as you, and can guide you. Being an exchange student has its ups and downs, but thankfully there are thousands of other exchange students that have probably experienced what you are experiencing and can therefore relate to it to help you make better decisions.
Views: 946 Dayanan Baptist
Host Family Tips: Why we Host
Our experienced host families love hosting exchange students year after year to learn about a new culture, open their world to a student from another country and create relationships to last a lifetime. Discover how you as a host family can stay involved! To learn more about hosting an exchange student, visit http://www.efexchangeyear.org
EF Exchange Stories: Marius Says Goodbye
Marius says goodbye to his host familes in Nebraska to head back home to Norway. To learn more about hosting an exchange student, visit http://www.efexchangeyear.org.
Student Tips: Cultural Differences
Experiencing cultural differences is what a high school exchange year is all about. As our Class of '18 students prepare to embark on their adventures ahead, hear tips from past students about what to expect when adapting to a new culture. Learn more about welcoming an international student into your home by visiting www.efexchangeyear.org
Think you can't afford to travel the world? Well I have 20 ways for you to see the world without spending a penny (mostly). Couchsurfing: www.couchsurfing.org WWOOFING: wwoofinternational.org Work away: www.workaway.info #1: Couchsurfing Couchsuring is an awesome way to connect with locals and get a bed/sofa for free! We can all appreciate a free bed for a night! Check out 10 Reasons Why You Should Try CouchSurfing! #2: WOOFING WOOFING is a great way to get to know a country and it’s culture by working a few hours a day in return for bed and board. Mainly set out on rural properties this is a very popular option for backpackers looking to save money! #3: Homestay/Work Away Similar to WOOFING, you do a few hours work in return for accommodation. Whether you are just helping around the house or assisting with your hosts business, you get your accommodation for free! #4: House Sitting Lots of people hate to leave their home unoccupied whilst they go away on holiday or for business. So, they like to have someone trustworthy to look after their place and maybe even ask for you to feed their pets! Completely free and you can find some pretty incredible places to look after! #5: Volunteer abroad There are a lot of volunteer options however most like to charge you to do it! Do plenty of research or contact an organisation directly to see if you can help them out in return for bed and board! #6: Dumpster Diving Hate how shopping centres throw away tonnes of perfectly edible food at the end of each day? Why not grab it for yourself! Just be aware that this is illegal in some countries so check before you dive on in! #7: Hitchhiking Seen by a lot of people to be dangerous, hitchhiking is a popular option for many travellers who want to travel long distances without spending a lot of money. #8: Work for Accommodation Lots of hostels especially in Australia offer a work exchange! Normally the hours are long and you will either be working the reception or cleaning toilets, however, as accommodation is your largest expense, it will save you a small fortune! #9: Free Food Bins Most hostels have big boxes situated in the kitchen area where backpackers can drop any unwanted food items before they check out. #10: Camping Want to be one with nature? Camping is a great option and sometimes can be completely free! #11: Exchange your skills Can you cut hair? Make bracelets? Do henna? Why not exchange these skills for a couple of bucks in your hostel or even a free drink? Great way to meet people, have fun and make a few extra bucks! #12: Work in a travel relate industry This is the big one. If you want to settle into a career and travel at the same time then there are a lot of options available to you! Why not work as a travel agent? A tour rep? Lots of careers will require you to move about and normally the company will cover all your costs! #13: Walk or Cycle The cost of transportation will significantly dent your bank balance, so why not opt to walk instead of taking the bus or hailing a taxi? Keeps you fit and is nicer on your budget! Why not challenge yourself to a big cycle cross-country? #14: Frequent flyer points It may take a bit of time but signing up to a programme will pay off in the end when you can get yourself a cheeky ticket to somewhere tropical for nothing! #15: Car sharing Check out local listing websites to see if any fellow travellers or even locals are looking for another person. Sometimes they like you to split the costs but sometimes they just want some company! You can travel a lot of miles and makes some awesome friends! #16: Car moving Car hire companies are always looking for people to relocate their cars. When someone hires a car in Melbourne and drops it in Sydney, they need someone to drive it back! M #17: Work on a boat or cruise ship Sure the hours are painfully long but being out at sea means you can barely spend a cent of your earnings. Travel the world, get paid, work hard and then you will have a load of money to go and play with! #18: Visit Free Attractions! Fill your days with free attractions such as national parks, free art galleries, local museums and historical monuments! #19: Travel blogging Granted, it takes years to build a blog up and even then there is no guarantee it will cover all of your expenses but if you have the determination and vision to make this a reality, the rewards are incredible! #20: Enjoy the simple pleasures in life DON'T FORGET TO BECOME A LITTLE PSYCHO: http://goo.gl/GnWOIt Social media is sexy: Facebook: http://goo.gl/K0u8pa Twitter: http://goo.gl/FsbWJR Pinterest: http://goo.gl/qgRD4v Instagram: http://goo.gl/abzups SnapChat: @PsychoTraveller My blog: http://goo.gl/5zP0dG Business email: psychotraveller22 at gmail dot com
Views: 863788 PsychoTraveller
EF Foundation - Hosting a student in Australia
EF Foundation for Foreign Study - Australia, matches talented and enthusiastic international students with caring host families for a year of high school in Australia. Working closely with the local community, EF helps to build bonds of friendship, trust and understanding that have the power to change the world. EF's network of dedicated families, local coordinators and staff have helped over 90,000 students from nearly 40 countries participate in international exchange around the world during the last 30 years. To learn more about getting involved in EF's exchange program, please visit http://www.effoundation.com.au or call us at 1800-251-877. We look forward to hearing from you!
Views: 2504 hostastudent
Experience Exeter – life as an exchange student at the University of Exeter
We asked a few of our study abroad students to tell us about their time studying in Exeter - here's what they said.
Share! High School Exchange Program
Nikki is joined by Share Local Exchange Coordinator Cindy Parker, and Mikkel Glinvad, an exchange student from Denmark, to talk about the student exchange program which allows students to live, study and work abroad. Mikkel shares his wonderful experience and Cindy tells viewers how they can get involved!
Views: 646 FOX New Mexico
CETUSA Host Family Experiences - Why We Host
Take a look at one our host families experiences with exchange students over the years. Thank you to the Campbell family for sharing your hosting experience! To find out more about hosting, visit us at http://www.cetusa.org/host-a-student/.
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Host Family Tips: Setting Expectations
Our experienced host families know that communication is key to a successful exchange year. Learn how you as a host family can set expectations for your student and get your year off to a great start! To learn more about hosting an exchange student, visit http://www.efexchangeyear.org
AFS-USA Staff Memorial to Sabika Sheikh
The staff of AFS-USA gathered for a moment of silence in honor of Sabika Sheikh, a participant on the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study Abroad (YES Abroad) program, from Pakistan. On May 18, 2018, Sabika was one of ten people who lost their lives in a shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas. We honor Sabika's memory and how she personified the hopes and dreams of all global citizens involved in the building of bridges between people, places, and cultures.
Views: 3213 AFS-USA
Host Family Tips: Overcoming Homesickness
Our experienced host families know that the majority of exchange students will experience homesickness at some point during the year. Learn how you as a host family can help your student in dealing with homesickness. To learn more about hosting an exchange student, visit efexchangeyear.org
Rotary Youth Exchange to France Vlog #3: Some of My Exchange Student Necessities
Hey everyone! Thanks for watching! I hope you enjoyed and I should be back with another video soon. I hope this helped some of you. I have more videos planned and coming soon. Please keep in mind everyone has different experiences while on exchange and everything I talk about is only my experience. Check out my last video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJkqAcRm2w0 My 1st VLOG: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxhJPeXx3Ig Instagram: @lydiarollo This is the easiest way for me to answer questions so please feel free to go and ask any questions you might have. FAQs: How old am I? 17, a Senior in High School Where am I from? Utah(D. 5420) Where am I going on Exchange? France(D. 1680) How long will I be there? About 11 months Do I speak any French? Some. I have taken 5 years in school. This is my 5th month in France. I am here for 10-11 months. How can you get involved? Get online and contact your local rotary club and let them know you are interested.
Views: 5981 Lydia Rollo
Host Family Tips: Community Involvement
One of the most rewarding things about hosting an exchange student is bringing them into your community. Hear some tips from experienced host families on helpful ways to introduce your student to their new life in America. To learn more about hosting an exchange student, visit http://www.efexchangeyear.org
Anna's Tips for a Successful Student Exchange Year
Anna left Germany to travel to the United States with Forte International Exchange Association as a J-1 Visa high school exchange student. She found that getting involved and trying new things was the key to feeling successful. For the whole story in her own words, please visit: www.forteexchange.org Thanks!
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EF Host Family Stories: Snapshot of the Nettles in Alabama
The Nettles Family decided to host an exchange student from Germany to expand their family. Watch their story! To learn more about how to become a host family or get involved with student exchange, visit http://www.efexchangeyear.org/host-a-student.
The Selection (Final Cut) This years contribution - BIG FIVE world cultural exchange program 2012-13
A choreographic film that will present a social topical theme. This year's theme has been found by asking asylum and refugee centers in Northern Europe and through the involvement of cultural institutions and partners in the North. This year's theme deals with "People on the run" / "Unaccompanied refugee children". The film is inspired by real events. Directed by Rasmus Sørinus Jensen and produced in collaboration between CampNorr and BIG FIVE world cultural exchange program. The film will premiere at the Danish Film Institute January 11 and the following 12 months, the film will be distributed through partnerships in Northern Europe. In addition, the film will be distributed with the support of the network BIG FIVE. If you want to support the current theme and the way we are trying to convey, so please tell a friend or colleague about our program BIG FIVE. You are welcome to visit us at www.camp-norr.com
Views: 1190189 CampNorr
EF Host Family Stories: Meet The Wallises in Washington
Meet the Wallis family from Washington, who opened their home to Katrina from Denmark. To learn more about hosting an exchange student, visit http://www.efexchangeyear.org.
How The Stock Exchange Works (For Dummies)
Why are there stocks at all? Everyday in the news we hear about the stock exchange, stocks and money moving around the globe. Still, a lot of people don't have an idea why we have stock markets at all, because the topic is usually very dry. We made a short video about the basics of the stock exchanges. With robots. Robots are kewl! Short videos, explaining things. For example Evolution, the Universe, the Stock Market or controversial topics like Fracking. Because we love science. We would love to interact more with you, our viewers to figure out what topics you want to see. If you have a suggestion for future videos or feedback, drop us a line! :) We're a bunch of Information designers from munich, visit us on facebook or behance to say hi! https://www.facebook.com/Kurzgesagt https://www.behance.net/kurzgesagt How the Stock Exchange works Help us caption & translate this video! http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UCsXVk37bltHxD1rDPwtNM8Q&tab=2
What Was the Iran-Contra Affair? | History
Learn about the Iran-Contra Affair under President Reagan who secretly supported an anti-Communist group in Nicaragua and funneled weapons to Iranian terrorists in exchange for American hostages. Discover how Lt. Col. Oliver North was found guilty. Subscribe for more HISTORY: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=historychannel Newsletter: https://www.history.com/newsletter Website - http://www.history.com Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+HISTORY/posts Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/History Twitter - https://twitter.com/history HISTORY Topical Video Season 1 Whether you're looking for more on American Revolution battles, WWII generals, architectural wonders, secrets of the ancient world, U.S. presidents, Civil War leaders, famous explorers or the stories behind your favorite holidays. HISTORY®, now reaching more than 98 million homes, is the leading destination for award-winning original series and specials that connect viewers with history in an informative, immersive, and entertaining manner across all platforms. The network’s all-original programming slate features a roster of hit series, epic miniseries, and scripted event programming. Visit us at HISTORY.com for more info.
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The US-China Youth Leadership Exchange
The inaugural US-China Youth Leadership Exchange took place in June 2013 on the campus of the University of Central Missouri, the result of a strategic partnership forged by the Midwest US-China Association, the American Legion Missouri Boys State, the American Legion Auxiliary Missouri Girls State and Beijing Language and Culture University. In this first-ever exchange, student leaders from two powerful nations, shared their unique perspectives, cultural values and dreams for the future, giving them an unprecedented opportunity to become peers, partners and global citizens. Visit the program website at http://midwestuschina.org/ to learn more about the inaugural program, see efforts to expand for 2014, and how to get involved.
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Holidays as an Exchange Student in Taiwan
Hello everyone! Here are a few of the memories I managed to get on camera. Christmas gift exchanges and some other interesting events with my classmates...a couple of which involved a fair amount of lipstick. Christmas Eve in a beautiful outlet mall with my host family, an unexpected Christmas celebration at my school, visiting church with my classmate, and seeing the fireworks at Taipei 101 for New Years. Everyone told me I would be the most homesick at this time of the year, but thanks to my friends and family in America and Taiwan, it was one of the best parts (if not the best part) of my exchange life so far. I recieved lots of cards and presents from my friends and family here, and back home. There were lots of beautiful decorations around my school, and the rest of the city too. The teacher and seniors handed out candy, and a band played Christmas songs at school. We had gift exchanges in my school class, singing club, Chinese class, and culture class. Once again, thank you to everyone who made this a really special time for me!!
Views: 121 HimawArii
How to Buy Cryptocurrency for Beginners (Ultimate Step-by-Step Guide) Pt 1
This video will teach you how to buy cryptocurrency for beginners step-by-step safely in 10 easy steps. Receive $10 of FREE BITCOIN when you use this link to sign up for Coinbase and invest $100: https://www.coinbase.com/join/57605a33b9140001c900020b Recommended Hardware Wallet: Ledger - https://www.ledgerwallet.com/r/befe Link to the article version of this guide: https://cryptocasey.com/how-to-buy-cryptocurrency-for-beginners/ Learning how to invest in cryptocurrency before putting your money into it is extremely important. Unlike banks, credit unions, or traditional stock exchanges, there are no pre-built fail safes in this technology to protect your funds. It's up to you to take the necessary steps before buying cryptocurrency to ensure the security of your investments. Cryptocurrency is cutting-edge technology, it’s the modern day wild wild west, so it requires some focused time and energy to wrap your head around. Luckily for you, I’ve done a lot of the leg work to compile this step-by-step guide to ensure you receive the knowledge and understanding you need to be successful in cryptocurrency investments. In this step-by-step video, you will be walked through the process of setting up passwords, new email accounts, 2-factor authentication apps, wallets, malware protection, and all the essential steps you need to take to protect yourself. Always remember the golden rule of investing: NEVER invest more than you can afford to lose. High risk can lead high reward and we humans have a natural tendency to want to overreach. But you need to figure out an amount you are comfortable investing and, more importantly, an amount you can truly afford to invest - then you need to stick with that amount and be patient in the process. Cryptocurrency is a lot more volatile and unpredictable than the stock market. Unlike the 9 to 5 New York stock exchange, cryptocurrency is traded around the world 24/7. So if you want to get a good night’s sleep as a crypto investor, you need to budget the amount of money you are going to invest and stick to it. You will learn how to buy cryptocurrency in 10 easy steps. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions about how to buy cryptocurrency. ======== ESSENTIAL CRYPTO RESOURCES ======== ♦ Recommended 1st Option to Buy Bitcoin/Ethereum: Coinbase Signup Link - Receive $10 of FREE BITCOIN when you use this link to sign up for Coinbase and invest $100: https://www.coinbase.com/join/57605a33b9140001c900020b ♦ Recommended 2nd Option to Buy Bitcoin/Ethereum: Coinmama Signup Link - http://go.coinmama.com/visit/?bta=51862&nci=5343 ♦ Recommended Hardware Wallet: Ledger Nano S - https://www.ledgerwallet.com/r/befe ♦ Recommended Exchange to Buy Altcoins: Binance Signup Link: https://www.binance.com/?ref=11055137 ♦ Recommended Crypto Tax Solution: https://www.cryptotrader.tax/?fp_ref=casey80 ======== SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS ======== ● Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/cryptocasey/ ● Twitter: https://twitter.com/crypto_casey ● Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cryptocasey/ ● Business Contact - [email protected] ● Website - https://cryptocasey.com/ ======== DONATIONS ======== ♥ BTC - 12XfdCJqEuRRzMrcD1YaE5kHeSShdkcW3G ♥ ETH - 0xf94c719621E358890Dd33dD010a1fb4717EbdaE4 ♥ LTC - LaoZLinRjD44KReqJkRtiQmUuDRSu8LEYP
Views: 253559 CryptoCasey
Study Abroad at Jacobs University
See what our exchange and visiting students have to say about their time at Jacobs University. 10 Excellent Reasons to Study Abroad at Jacobs University! 1) Study Abroad in Germany in English 2) Flexible course selection across majors. 3) Individual academic advising & early research involvement. 4) State-of-the-art learning and laboratory facilities. 5) Special courses on Bremen Art & Museums and German Politics & Culture. 6) Study trips to Berlin, Brussels, St. Petersburg and more. 7) Host family program & German language courses. 8) Orientation program and peer student advising. 9) Culturally diverse community of more than 100 nations. 10) Residential campus: single rooms, full board, 24-hour security. When you join Jacobs community you also profit from a wide range of academic and campus services offered to our degree-seeking students. For more information please visit https://www.jacobs-university.de/international-programs
Views: 52 Jacobs University
Bert Kreischer Robbed A Train With The Russian Mafia  - CONAN on TBS
CONAN Highlight: Bert studied abroad in Russia when he was 22 and learned the language the old fashioned way — by joining the mob. More CONAN @ http://teamcoco.com/video Team Coco is the official YouTube channel of late night host Conan O'Brien, CONAN on TBS & TeamCoco.com. Subscribe now to be updated on the latest videos: http://bit.ly/W5wt5D For Full Episodes of CONAN on TBS, visit http://teamcoco.com/video Get Social With Team Coco: On Facebook: ‪https://www.facebook.com/TeamCoco‬ On Google+: https://plus.google.com/+TeamCoco/ On Twitter: http://twitter.com/TeamCoco On Tumblr: http://teamcoco.tumblr.com On YouTube: http://youtube.com/teamcoco Follow Conan O'Brien on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ConanOBrien
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Watch Rachel Mitchell's complete questioning of Christine Blasey Ford, without interruptions
Find more from PBS NewsHour at https://www.pbs.org/newshour Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2HfsCD6 Follow us: Facebook: http://www.pbs.org/newshour Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/newshour Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/newshour Snapchat: @pbsnews Subscribe: PBS NewsHour podcasts: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/podcasts Newsletters: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/subscribe
Views: 1246721 PBS NewsHour
International Education with Harriet Mayor Fulbright  - Conversations with History
(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes Harriet Mayor Fulbright, Harvest Distinguished Women Lecturer at UC Berkeley, for a discussion of her involvement in international education and her leadership role in the Fulbright Fellowship Program. Mrs. Fulbright reflects on her own experiences including her days as an international exchange student in Colombia and the Soviet Union, her work in the Clinton administration as Executive Director of the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, and the legacy of her late husband Senator William Fulbright. Series: "Conversations with History" [12/2013] [Humanities] [Education] [Show ID: 25948]
EF Host Family Stories: Meet the Fords in Michigan
Meet the Ford family from Michigan, who opened their home to Hilly from Sweden. To learn more about hosting an exchange student, visit http://www.efexchangeyear.org.
Expand Your World
Experiencing another country is easier than you think. Explore new cultures and ExpandYourWorld today: http://go.usa.gov/4s53 Want to get an insider's perspective on places that you may never have even thought about visiting? The U.S. Department of State brings tens of thousands of international leaders, professionals, students and scholars to this country every year from more than 160 countries. It only takes a couple hours to get involved. Find out how you can get involved today: http://go.usa.gov/4s53 Small gestures can mean so much. Getting involved with international exchanges can be as simple as meeting someone for coffee, picking them up from the airport, or hosting them for a traditional American dinner.
Get Involved at UBC Okanagan
Getting involved on campus is easy to do! Volunteering on campus and in your UBC community will help you develop your skills, give back to the community, and network with campus partners. To find out more visit http://students.ok.ubc.ca/getinvolved
Views: 985 UBC Okanagan
AIESEC Canada | The AIESEC Experience: Leadership and Exchange
The AIESEC Experience—Differentiate Yourself! Are you interested in... - Exploring the world through a cultural or professional international internship? - Acquiring a career-launching leadership experience? - Contributing to a positive impact in your society and around the world? - Gaining soft skills and honing your personal brand of leadership - Expanding your network to potentially 107 countries! Then AIESEC is the place for you! Differentiate yourself through the opportunities that AIESEC offers for young people. Learn more in how you can get involved and begin your journey with AIESEC by attending one of our Info Sessions! For more information please visit www.aiesec.ca! --------------------------- This video features the song "Revolve" by hisboyelroy (http://bit.ly/d90HUn), available under Creative Commons NonCommercial Sampling Plus 1.0 license (http://bit.ly/duBWXf). Video concept by Jon Enojo (Calgary, AB).
Views: 3025 AIESEC in Canada
EUAVI Exchange Ireland
In April 2016, Comhlámh hosted a learning visit by two Civic Service Volunteers, as part of our involvement in the EU Aid Volunteers Initiative. Stella Elmatzoglou (Action Aid Hellas, Greece) and Krišjānis Liepa (Esi-Labs, Latvia) worked with Kate O’Donnell and Aine Lynch (Comhlámh) to share learning around good practice in international humanitarian volunteering, and to reflect on the journey towards EUAVI certification. The visit formed part of the Volunteering in Humanitarian Aid – Sending Organisations consortium, which is led by La Guilde (France).
Views: 141 Comhlamh
Rotary New York City Trip Exchange Student 2015/2016
With Music: https://www.facebook.com/Joleoebert-1650533641862920/videos?fref=photo The Movie is about our Rotary exchange students trip to NYC. Facebook: Leo Ebert - https://www.facebook.com/ebert.leo YouTube: joleo ebert - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCajDvaLu3xFI5xDGrajesTg Instagram: joleoebert - https://www.instagram.com/joleoebert/ More about Rotary Youth Exchange https://www.rotary.org/en/get-involved/exchange-ideas/youth-exchangesy Music by: Beautiful Now - Zedd Stronger - Kanye West Wait (Kygo Remix) - M83 All I Do Is Win - Kanye West You Make Me - Avicii Stronger - Kanye West Chase You Down (RUNAGROUND) - tyDi Fife More Seconds - Rihanna We Own The Sky - M83 "Where Are Ü Now" with Justin Bieber - Skrillex and Diplo Bist Du Real - KCrebell Power - Young Though Changes - Faul & Wad Ad & Pnau Willst Du - Alligathor Wake Me Up - Avicii Faded (ODESZA Remix) - ZHU Thanks for all those great songs!
Views: 683 joleo ebert
Welcome to the land of BIG FREAKING NEWS Comment of the Day: If you could go on exchange anywhere, where would you go? --------------------------------------------------- Interested in becoming and exchange student? www.rotary.org/en/get-involved/exchange-ideas/youth-exchanges Dana's (woefully inadequate) blog: www.danatheexplorer.weebly.com
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EducationUSA | Your Student Visa Questions Answered (May 2017)
Are you ready to study in the United States, but have questions about getting a student visa? On April 27, 2017, visa expert Laura Stein and international student coordinators Twyla Jones and Jennifer Donaghue provided an overview of the multi-step student visa process and answered student questions from around the world. Watch this recording to get answers to questions such as: What forms do I need to fill out? How do I prepare for my visa interview? How long does it take to get a visa? Moderator: Alfred Boll, EducationUSA, U.S. Department of State Speakers: Laura Stein, Visa Policy Analyst, Bureau of Consular Affairs, U.S. Department of State; Dr. Twyla Jones, Assistant Coordinator for International Students, Northern Virginia Community College; Jennifer Donaghue, Director of the International Services Office, George Washington University
Views: 11545 EducationUSA
Yasmine El Bagaari and Cultural Exchange Through Travel at Hampshire
When she arrived at Hampshire in 2011, Yasmine El Baggari made it a goal to visit all 50 states before she graduated. By the time the spring 2014 semester began, the Moroccan native had already made it to 33. This travel has been a direct result of her Hampshire studies. Learn more about Hampshire Hampshire College: http://hampshire.edu Learn more about El Baggari's company http://www.voyaj.com "I really appreciate the flexibility that Hampshire offers. I'm studying economics, Middle Eastern studies, and women's rights. I worked as a conference and student group coordinator at Hampshire's Civil Liberties and Public Policy program my first year and have been a co-chair for different entertainment committees ever since, which taught me skills to plan other big events on campus. I helped create Critical Connections, a nonprofit that promotes a greater understanding of Muslims, and recently became part of Hampshire's Entrepreneurship Center," she says. "I like being involved in whatever contributes to humanity."
Views: 2600 Hampshire College TV
Asian Medical Students' Exchange Program - AMSA-Indonesia 2013/2014
AMSA-Indonesia makes it possible for its members to have an exchange to other countries through Asian Medical Students' Exchange Program (AMSEP). It started back in 2003 of which, from that moment on, the growth significantly increases every year. AMSEP bilateral system was established in 2006. Now, the chapters that are involved in AMSEP including Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, Australia, and Egypt. Every year, dozens of medical students from other chapter of AMSA International come to Indonesia and feel the unforgettable experience of AMSEP Indonesia. In the last 2 years, Indonesia has been involved in many AMSEP deals with other chapters such as Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Japan, and Taiwan.
Views: 1144 AMSAIndonesia
Love Of Music - High Oak Youth/Erasmus Music Group One
Watch and listen to what happened when a group of young people on an exchange program provided by Erasmus + visited the Beatsabar Music Project (Wolverhampton). Teenagers from Austria, Romania, Germany, Poland and Czech Republic were involved in the music production, song writing and video production. This project, entitled MUSIC IS ART was run by High Oak Youth Centre (Dudley) and partnered by Beatsabar Music Project. If you are a school, college, youth or charity organisation please visit http://www.beatsabarmusicproject.co.uk or email [email protected] for more information. Find us on Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/beatsabarmusic Twitter : http://www.twitter.com/beatsabarmusic Instagram: http://instagram.com/beatsabarmusic
Bryson Tiller - Don't (Explicit Version)
Bryson Tiller's debut album "T R A P S O U L" available everywhere. Get it now! Apple Music: http://smarturl.it/TRAPSOULi?IQid=yt Stream on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/TRAPSOULs?IQid=yt Google Play: http://smarturl.it/TRAPSOULg?IQid=yt Amazon: http://smarturl.it/TRAPSOULa?IQid=yt Follow Bryson Tiller: Twitter: https://twitter.com/brysontiller Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrysonTillerMusic Instagram: https://instagram.com/brysontiller/ http://www.trapsoul.com/
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IHS Morocco Exchange Trip: The Final Day
Hey guys! I recently went on a school trip to Morocco for nine days and decided to document my time there. This trip involved twenty-three Ithaca High School students and three Ithaca High School teachers. I'm hoping to release one video for every day that I spent on the trip. I also hope that you enjoy this video! Music Used: rook1e - grape soda j^p^n - Getover jinsang - feelings Camera Used: Samsung Galaxy S6's Built-in Camera Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 Follow me on: Instagram: @jason.wang7517 Snapchat: pentalift1337 Twitter: @jason.wang7517
Views: 572 Jason Wang
True Love - High Oak Youth/ Erasmus Group Two
Watch and listen to what happened when a group of young people on an exchange program provided by Erasmus + visited the Beatsabar Music Project (Wolverhampton). Teenagers from Austria, Romania, Germany, Poland and Czech Republic were involved in the music production, song writing and video production. This project, entitled MUSIC IS ART was run by High Oak Youth Centre (Dudley) and partnered by Beatsabar Music Project. If you are a school, college, youth or charity organisation please visit http://www.beatsabarmusicproject.co.uk or email [email protected] for more information. Filmed: Keith 'Spock' Dilworth Edited: Mitch Crane Find us on Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/beatsabarmusic Twitter : http://www.twitter.com/beatsabarmusic Instagram: http://instagram.com/beatsabarmusic
Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford face Senate panel
Live coverage and analysis from The Washington Post as senators question Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, who says Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were teenagers. Follow our coverage: https://wapo.st/2R3HGWy. Read the story Ford shared exclusively with the Post: https://wapo.st/2R6PQNE. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2qiJ4dy Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/washingtonpost Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/washingtonpost/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/washingtonpost/
Views: 1787498 Washington Post
UFC 229: Post-fight Press Conference
Watch the UFC 229 Post-fight Press Conference LIVE following the event. Subscribe to get all the latest UFC content: http://bit.ly/2uJRzRR Experience UFC live with UFC FIGHT PASS, the digital subscription service of the UFC. To start your 7-day free trial, visit http://www.ufc.tv/packages To order UFC Pay-Per-Views, visit http://www.ufc.tv/events Connect with UFC online and on Social: Website: http://www.ufc.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ufc Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ufc Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/ufc Snapchat: UFC Periscope: http://Periscope.tv/ufc Connect with UFC FIGHT PASS on Social: Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ufcfightpass Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ufcfightpass Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/ufcfightpass
Benefits of an Exchange
In this video, Charlene Dobie talks about the benefits of youth exchanges. Experiences Canada is a registered Canadian charitable organization that facilitates experiential learning opportunities within Canada. Since 1981, when we began operating as SEVEC (The Society for Educational Visits and Exchanges in Canada), we have built our reputation as a trustworthy, loyal and inclusive organization. Thanks to the generous support of the Department of Canadian Heritage, our flagship reciprocal exchange program travels nearly 5,000 Canadians each year. www.experiencescanada.ca
The project K E Y – Knowledge Exchange about Youth Participation
The project K E Y – Knowledge Exchange about Youth Participation was first project of EUNET Working Group: Active participation of Youth – Exchange among organisations that was supported by Erasmus+ programme. Goal of the working group is to enhance cooperation among member organizations of EUNET and contribute to further development of our everyday work (especially with young people) thanks to the exchanges of good practice among member organizations. Highlight of the project “KEY – Knowledge Exchange about Youth Participation” was seminar that took place from June 24th to July 1st 2016 in Cologne. Project KEY was focused on the exchange of knowledge, experience, and know-how in the field of non-formal and informal civic education of the youth. Main organiser and coordinator of the project was Czech NGO EUTIS, o.p.s. (www.eutis.cz), project partners were other EUNET members – Karl-Arnold-Stiftung e.V. (Germany) and Centrum pre európsku politiku (Slovakia). Twelve experienced and younger professionals from all three organisations participated in study visit to Karl-Arnold-Stifung e.V. Programme included various activities – presentation of partner organisations and forms of civic education in Germany (more specifically North Rhine-Westphalia), the Czech Republic and Slovakia and role of our three organisations in civic education. Participants spent two days with German high school students from Erftgymnasium Berghaim. First day they took part in a simulation game “Destination Europe” organised by Karl-Arnold-Stiftung e.V. at school. For second day was planned study trip to Brussels, where participants visited European Parliament and Parlamentarium and they have discussed various issues with German MEP Herbert Reul. We had time as well for sightseeing of Cologne and learning more about its rich multicultural history. Thanks to the experiences of German partner that is involved in education of asylum seekers coming to Germany, participants from the Czech Republic and Slovakia had unique opportunity to get more information about real situation in Germany in the field of migration. According to German colleagues we need to face refugee crisis as a challenge that Europe can cope with, but for now they still miss solidarity from other members of the European Union. Therefore it was important to talk about this topic and to explain different positions of our countries together with different historical context. Thanks to this project participants gained new experiences, skills and methods of youth work (they already tried some of them during seminar). Seminar has as well contributed to improvement of current and future projects of all involved organisations thanks to the possibility to use simulation game “Destination Europe” for activities with Czech and Slovak participants.
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My First Week in France - Rotary Youth Exchange 16/17
I've been living in Rodez,France since 1 week ago. This is my first week that i could captured in a simple video. My host family, my activities, some people that i know get involved here. You can ask me about Rotary Youth Exchange Program on the comment box or get connect with me by sending me an email [email protected] xoxo!
Views: 1063 Rasya Sungkar