[blindkid] Fwd: RE: Help a blind exchange student
michmoore2 at aol.com
Mon Nov 14 12:48:50 UTC 2016
I live in Fayetteville, NC, and would love to give Effy the opportunity to stay and get an education in my home.
Please contact me if I can help. I have a 22 year old Blind son that attended Methodist University, which happens to have an expanding Medical facility and I have another son attending UNCP Pembroke. I would love to hear more about Effy and what I can do to help!!!
From: David Andrews via blindkid <blindkid at nfbnet.org>
To: david.andrews <david.andrews at nfbnet.org>
Cc: David Andrews <dandrews at visi.com>
Sent: Fri, Nov 11, 2016 5:05 pm
Subject: [blindkid] Fwd: RE: Help a blind exchange student
>I work for a nonprofit organization that designs educational
>exchange programs for international students. These students learn
>about American culture and values firsthand by living with an
>American host family and attending an American high school for a
>year. We place these students in communities throughout the U.S.
>We have a student arriving in late January named Effy from Malaysia
>who is visually impaired. She wants to be a clinical psychologist
>and enjoys a wide range of activities including debate, foreign
>films, singing, acting, track and field, swimming, and camping. Her
>exchange program, the YES Program, is sponsored by the U.S.
>Department of State, which means Effy underwent a rigorous screening
>and application process-the acceptance rate for the program is only
>3% out of tens of thousands of applicants.
>We are hoping to spread information about Effy to people who may be
>interested in hosting her to give her the full American experience!
>If you feel this is something that may interest your group, I would
>be pleased to speak with you further and provide additional
>information about this student.
>American Councils for International Education
>amorgan at americancouncils.org
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