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DO a WORLD of GOOD

Hosting a teenager from another country can be an enriching family experience. The hospitality that you offer will provide them with an invaluable gift - the opportunity to experience the American way of life from your family perspective.

Terra Lingua USA Host Families

  • - Are open-minded and welcoming
  • - Possess an interest in learning about other cultures and ideas
  • - Include the student in their family life and daily routines
  • - Have a spare bed
  • - Are of many ages and backgrounds, with or without teenagers

We understand that families can come in many shapes and sizes. Terra Lingua USA does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.

READY TO BEGIN YOUR ADVENTURE?

Are you ready to see your world through a new lens? By volunteering to host an international student, you will see your home, community, and yourself differently. Get started now by completing the form below.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Will my student speak English?
2. How much we will have to pay to host a student?
3. What support can we expect from Terra Lingua USA?
4. Can we take our student on vacation with us?
5. What kind of activities can our student participate in?
6. What about medical treatment?
7. Who do we contact in case of emergency?
8. How do we get started?

"Our student responded very well to everyday life. We got a chance to know Natalia, a wonderful girl, and a friendship and real bond started between her and our daughters. Saying good-bye and sending her home was difficult - not enough time with her. We wish we could all go to Spain now.” --Leonard Family

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