Fayetteville Students Share Experiences In Honduras, Germany
International travel helps develop critical thinking, independence
Posted: August 24, 2013 at 5 a.m.
Some Fayetteville High School students had eye-opening experiences this summer, in different parts of the world and under different circumstances.
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The AFS-USA program identifies six benefits for high school students who want to experience international travel in a learning or service environment. The program serves more than 4,000 students a year leaving or coming to the United States.
• Stand out on college applications.
• Learn a new language.
• Gain a new perspective.
• Explore the world while in high school.
• Embark on an adventure of a lifetime.
• Make lifelong connections.
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