There are many opportunities for Chief Sealth International students to travel the world. Applications are already past due for Global Visionaries (Guatemala), One World Now! (Morocco), NSLI-Y (fully funded language programs in several countries), and the CSIHS China Exchange Program. But there are more opportunities on the horizon.
- Spend a year in Germany for FREE. Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange (CBYX) is for motivated high school students who want to experience a culture and learn a language through a full immersion experience. Earn a competitive edge for your college applications. Learn about German culture first-hand by living with a host family and attending a German high school. Application deadline: January 16.
- Spend three weeks in Brazil this spring with the Youth Ambassadors Program. This program is FREE. The application is due on January 10th.
- Visit Argentina and Chile for FREE this spring with the Youth Ambassadors Program. The application is due January 10th.
- Students: You're eligible for travel grants ranging from $500-$1500. Applications should be turned in to Mr. Zeichner in Room 235. Here's the application. Deadline: Wednesday, December 17, 2014.
- Spend four weeks this summer in Vermont, Washington DC, and Seattle with Iraqi high school students in the
Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program. This unique opportunity is completely free. Applications are due on January 10th.
- Travel to Japan next summer with CSI's very own Mr. Hansell. Chief Sealth IHS is developing a sister school relationship with Ritsumeikan Moriyama High School. A group of students from Moriyama, Japan will be visiting our school this spring. See Mr. Hansell for more details.
- The Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Abroad Program sends students to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Macedonia, Malaysia, Morocco, Oman, Philippines, South Africa, Thailand, or Turkey for one semester or a full year. This program is completely free (it is sponsored by the Department of State). Application deadline: January 7. See Mr. Zeichner for details.