“…one of the best things I have done in my life. I thank WCC for allowing me to have this wonderful experience!” -Gina Wolff hosts Mitsuki (Mickey) from Japan Advertisements
THE QUESTION: Meals and Food: How do you manage food intolerances and restrictions, very hungry students, picky eaters, missed meals, snacks, breakfast, lunch and dinner, food budgets or menus? What recipe, plan, schedule, is your “go to” solution? THE ANSWERS: We received six responses to this question. Here they are, in no particular order:
Summing up Question #1 THE QUESTION: What is the “one thing” you wish students knew before coming to Bellingham and moving into your home? Why? THE ANSWERS: Of the ten responses, four deal with issues of Communication, three with Housekeeping, and three with Activities.
It is time for the Northwest Chinese Culture Association Chinese New Year celebration! ALL students of any nationality are welcome to attend and celebrate!
Hello hosts, This fall’s information session has been set for February 25, 2016. We are always seeking new hosts as our program grows, so please let your friends, associates, and neighbors know about this upcoming information session. Thank you for everything you do to help make our program great!
Whenever there are homestay changes, it is important for students to contact the Homestay staff in the International Programs office. From time to time hosts meet students who are looking to move into homestay, perhaps through friends of a student who is already living in the home, and we are asked whether they can simply …
Have you talked with your student about staying healthy and safe now that the weather has become more winter-like and daylight hours are few? Here are some tips to share with your student: Be aware of your visibility during our long hours of darkness. Drivers may have a hard time seeing you if you’re wearing …
We are currently in need of Homestays for September 2015, please join us at an informational meeting on August 6th on WCC’s campus.