St. Olaf’s Church in Estonia: The tallest building in the world between 1549 and 1625. Courtesy photo
High School students … would you like to study in France? Or Australia or Belgium or Brazil? How about Chile or Denmark or Estonia? Or would you prefer Finland, Germany or the Netherlands? Curious about Peru, Sweden, Switzerland or Taiwan?
The Rotary Club of Los Alamos, which sponsors Youth Exchange programs overseas, will make a lunchtime (11:15 a.m.) presentation Wednesday, Sept. 26 about these educational opportunities abroad in the Speech Theater at Los Alamos High School.
All students and their parents who are interested in learning about Rotary’s Youth Exchange program are encouraged to attend.
Rotary International’s Youth Exchange program is highly-respected internationally. Come find out how to qualify and apply, what responsibilities students have while abroad, and what your general expenses will be.
See a video, get a brochure and information packet, and ask questions about a once-in-a-lifetime, foreign study experience just outside your door.
For more information, contact Linda Hull, president, Rotary Club of Los Alamos, 662-7950. (Parents, please remember to check-in at the main office if you attend the meeting.)