OUTBOUNDS

TYPES OF EXCHANGES
1

LONG TERM EXCHANGE

These exchanges usually last one year, during which the student lives with more than one family in the host country and is required to
attend school there.

2

SHORT TERM EXCHANGE

These exchanges vary from several days to several weeks; they often take place when school is not in session and usually do not include an academic program.

3

These specialized short-term exchanges last three to six weeks and are open to young people ages 18-25. This program may include
a vocational element.

NEW GENARATIONS EXCHANGE

Eligibility Requirements

D.3360

Northern Thailand

OUTBOUNDS

YEAR 2018 -19

Rotary Making A Difference

YEAR 2017 -18

Rotary Making A Difference

YEAR 2015 - 16

Be a Gift to the World

YEAR 2013 - 14

Engage Rotary Change Lives

YEAR 2011 - 12

Reach Within To Embrace Humanity

YEAR 2019 - 20

Rotary Connects the World

YEAR 2016 -17

Rotary Serving Humanity

YEAR 2014 - 15

Light up Rotary

YEAR 2012 - 13

Peace Through Service

YEAR 2010 - 11

Building Community Bridging Continents

Age 15-19 for the long-term exchange program, depending on the laws of the countries involved. Within this age range, exchange candidates’ ages must be agreed upon by both sending and hosting districts before fializing the exchange and in accordance with the laws and regulations of both countries. In some instances, students must be older than 15 or younger than 19 in order to participate in a specific program.

 

  • Age 18-25 for the New Generations exchange program

  • Ages set by district for short-term exchange program

  • Other age limits set by the district

  • Above-average academic performance

  • Ability to express oneself clearly and effectively

  • Demonstrated community leadership skills

Additional Considerations

  • Residency (within the sending district)

  • Adaptability (outgoing, confient, and willing to adjust to changing surroundings)

  • Potential for being an excellent Rotary ambassador

  • Complete and unqualifid support of parents

  • Profiiency in or capacity to learn the language of the host country

Expectations

  • Suggestions for speaking at Rotary meetings (e.g., bring slides, pictures maps from home)

  • Communications with home

  • Role as a Rotary ambassador

  • Homesickness

  • Adaptability and cultural tolerance

  • Language training

  • Host families and sample questions

  • Cross-cultural preparation and

  • Research on host country

  • Exchange banners and pins
     

YEAR 2009 - 1o

The Future of Rotary is in your Hands

YEAR 2008 - 09

Make Dreams Real

YEAR 2007 - 08

Rotary Shares

YEAR 2006 - 07

Lead the Way

YEAR 2005 - 06

Service Above Self

YEAR 2004 - 05

Celebrate Rotary 100 Years

YEAR 2003 - 04

Lend a Hand

YEAR 2002 - 03

Sow the Seeds of Love

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2019-2020

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