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  • Partnerships Around the World July 10, 2009, 11:30 – 12:30pm John Hishmeh, Executive Director Council on Standards for International Educational Travel Abigail Falik, Founder and CEO Global Citizen Year Kenneth Staral, Principal Ogden School Jeff Wang, Assistant Director Education and Chinese Language Initiatives, Asia Society
  • CSIET Mission • Private not-for-profit organization established in 1984. • Identifies, promotes and supports reputable international youth exchange programs. • Provides leadership and support to the exchange and educational communities so that youth are provided with meaningful and safe international exchange experiences. • Promotes the importance and educational value of international youth exchange.
  • Global Classroom Awards • Awards program to recognize schools that actively support international youth exchange. • Looking for schools that promote school-wide feelings of inclusiveness and global curiosity while hosting international exchange students or encouraging their students to travel and study abroad.
  • CSIET Publications – 2009-10 Advisory List Provides a resource from which prospective exchange students, their parents, and school leaders can confidently glean an understanding of the scope, background, and operations of programs that have been reviewed. Includes descriptions of exchange organizations that, upon evaluation, were found to comply with CSIET standards and were accepted for listing.
  • CSIET Publications – Administrators Guide Resource tool for U.S. high schools that work—or are interested in working— with international youth exchange programs. Intended for the individual in a school or school system who is responsible for working with exchange students.
  • CSIET Model School Policy Developed in partnership with the secondary-school community to assist American schools in the process of administering successful international student exchange programs. Developed with valuable input from individual high school administrators, exchange program managers, and national advocates for youth exchange, the MSP provides a foundation for local school policies and encourages U.S. schools to engage in international youth exchange programs.
  • On-Line School Resources
  • www.CSIET.org
  • Print Campaign • Print advertisement distributed to 500 publications and magazines nationwide in mid March. • Possible secondary distribution through youth exchange program community. Radio Campaign • Three 60-second spots and three 30-second spots distributed to 3,500 radio stations nationwide. • Utilizing a customized media monitoring system, CSIET tracks pick-ups, with detailed reporting capabilities, and notifies exchange programs of broadcasts.
  • “ When you share your family with a high school exchange student, you’re giving them a view Public Service of America that will make a Announcement profound difference in who they are and how they Campaign - Print relate to Americans. You, in turn, get a glimpse • Print advertisement into their life and distributed to customs. That’s just the approximately 500 beginning of the publications and extraordinary benefits magazines nationwide hosting brings to families, in mid March. students and the world.” Amal enjoys pancakes and maple syrup with her family in Sioux Falls, SD.
  • Weblink Campaign Campaign launched June 26th, reaching out to Educational Associations, International Education Organizations, and Community Partners Commitments so far: National Association of Secondary School Principals; American Council for Teachers of Foreign Languages; and U.S. Center for Citizen Diplomacy Other Possible Partners: Congressional Offices, School Districts, etc.
  • Campaign Landing Site – www.HostStudents.org
  • www.GetStarted.csiet.org
  • Customizable Query
  • Final Report w/ Contact Info
  • Impact – Results to Date Web Traffic (since early May) • www.HostStudents.org: 2,329 visits • http://GetStarted.csiet.org: 4,149 visit (633 from HostStudents.org) Radio Pick Ups (since early May) • Donated Media Time: 18,275 airings at an estimated value of $2,066,883. • Nationwide Interest: 118 stations in 38 states nationwide have either aired or reported their intent to air the radio spots.
  • Numbers – Inbound 6 - YEAR COMPARISON: Exchange Students Coming to U.S.
  • Numbers – Outbound 6 - YEAR COMPARISON: U.S. Students Going Abroad
  • Where Does Your State Rank? 2008-09 2008-09 2007-08 2008-09 Year or 2007-08 2008-09 Year or State State Rank Rank Semester Rank Rank Semester Inbound Inbound 1 1 1 Texas 2,063 24  27 Tennessee 364 2 1 2 Michigan 2,011 26  28 Alabama 354 3 1 3 California 1,661 33  29 Utah 330 4 1 4 Minnesota 1,388 28  30 Montana 303 5 1 5 Ohio 1,267 32  31 Mississippi 301 6 1 6 Wisconsin 1,198 31  32 Massachusetts 285 7 1 7 Washington 1,100 35  33 South Dakota 279 8 1 8 Indiana 1,014 34 1 34 South Carolina 247 9 1 9 Oregon 966 38  35 Maine 235 10 1 10 New York 875 39  36 Nevada 220 11 1 11 Illinois 797 36  37 Maryland 213 13  11 Pennsylvania 789 41  38 New Hampshire 204 11  13 Kansas 774 30  39 Louisiana 201 14 1 14 Colorado 702 37  40 New Mexico 189 15 1 15 Missouri 675 44  41 Connecticut 183 17  16 Oklahoma 614 41 1 41 New Jersey 154 20  17 Florida 594 40  43 West Virginia 152 16  18 Virginia 592 43  44 Alaska 150 19 1 19 Iowa 584 44 1 44 Vermont 146 18  20 North Carolina 575 46 1 46 North Dakota 125 22  21 Arkansas 514 47 1 47 Wyoming 102 21  22 Idaho 490 48 1 48 Delaware 80 23 1 23 Kentucky 441 49 1 49 Hawaii 61 27  24 Nebraska 441 50 1 50 Rhode Island 52 25 1 25 Arizona 437 51 1 51 District of Columbia 24 29  26 Georgia 408 TOTAL 27,924
  • Where Does Your State Really Rank? Percentage of Exchange Students to U.S. High School Students
  • Where Does Your State Rank? Number of Exchange Students Hosted 1 Source of High School Student Population: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), "State Nonfiscal Survey of Public Elementary/Secondary Education," 2004-05 (prepared September 2006).
  • Where Are They Coming From?