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 PROGRAMS

 

CULTURAL PROGRAMS

 

AU PAIR US

 

Through the Au Pair program, participants and host families take part in a mutually rewarding, intercultural opportunity. Participants can continue their education while experiencing everyday life with an American family, and hosts receive reliable and responsible childcare from individuals who become part of the family.

Au Pairs must be:

·         Proficient in spoken English;

·         A secondary school graduate or equivalent; and

·         Between 18-and-26-years-old.

·         Be able to pass a background investigation that includes verification of school, three, non-family related personal and employment references, a criminal background check

Benefits

Host Family Stay: Live with a family for 12 months, with the option to extend 6, 9, or 12 more months.

Professional Training: Receive a minimum of 32 hours of childcare training before you start.

Childcare Experience: Provide up to 10 hours a day/45 hours a week of childcare.

School Credit: Complete at least six hours of academic credit or equivalent in formal educational settings at an accredited U.S. post-secondary educational institution.

Financial Value: Receive up to $500 toward the cost of required academic course work. Room and board plus compensation for childcare work.

http://j1visa.state.gov/programs/au-pair

 

SUMER WORK AND TRAVEL US

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College and University students enrolled full time and pursuing studies at post-secondary accredited academic institutions located outside the United States come to the United States to share their culture and ideas with people of the United States through temporary work and travel opportunities.

Summer Work Travel Students must be:

·         Sufficiently proficient in English to successfully interact in an English speaking environment;

·         Post-secondary school students enrolled in and actively pursuing a degree or other full-time course of study at an accredited classroom based, post-secondary educational institution outside the United States;

·         Have successfully completed at least one semester or equivalent of post-secondary academic study; and

·         Pre-placed in a job prior to entry unless from a visa waiver country.

·         18-27 years old

Benefits

The Summer Work Travel program provides foreign students with an opportunity to live and work in the United States during their summer vacation from college or university to experience and to be exposed to the people and way of life in the United States.

http://j1visa.state.gov/programs/summer-work-travel/

 

INTERN US

 

Internship programs are designed to allow foreign college and university students or recent graduates to come to the United States to gain exposure to U.S. culture and to receive hands-on experience in U.S. business practices in their chosen occupational field.

Interns must be foreign nationals:

·         Who are currently enrolled in and pursuing studies at a foreign degree- or certificate-granting post-secondary academic institution outside the United States; or

·         Who have graduated from such an institution no more than 12 months prior to their exchange visitor program start date.

Benefits

Practical Experience: The program bridges the gap between formal education and practical work experience.

 

http://j1visa.state.gov/programs/intern/

 

SUMMER CAMP US

 

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The Program enables secondary to share their culture and ideas with the people of the United States in camp settings throughout the country.

Summer campers must be:

Benefits

Participants will improve their English language by living in an English speaking setting and will improve their leadership skills.

 

HIGH SCHOOL US

Secondary school students travel to the United States to study at an accredited public or private high school and live with an American host family or at an accredited boarding school.

Secondary Students must:

Benefits

Extracurricular Experiences: Students may take part in school sanctioned and sponsored extra-curricular activities, including after school sports programs.

Accommodations: Students live with an American host family or at a U.S. boarding school.

 

http://j1visa.state.gov/programs/secondary-school-student

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TRAINING US

 

Training programs are designed to allow foreign professionals to come to the United States to gain exposure to U.S. culture and to receive training in U.S. business practices in their chosen occupational field.

A trainee must be a foreign national who:

Benefits

Practical Experience: Enhance the skills and expertise of exchange visitors in their academic or occupational fields through participation in a structure and guided training-based program.

 

http://j1visa.state.gov/programs/trainee/

 

 

ENGLISH COURSES IN THE US

 

 

Foreign students have the opportunity to study English courses at American accredited academic institutions that will fulfill the educational objectives of the student’s degree program in his or her home country.

Students must:

Benefits

Extracurricular Experiences: Students may take part in school sanctioned and sponsored extra-curricular activities, including after school sports programs.

Accommodations: Students live with an American host family.

 

 

 

WORK PROGRAMS

 

 

TEMPORARY FOREIGN PROGRAM - H2B USA

 

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This Program allows Temporary workers all over the World with the opportunity to travel and work in USA during six to ten months (depend of the necessity of the employer). Most of the jobs are in hotels, restaurants, amusement parks, resorts, and swimming pools. The available positions are housekeeping, dishwasher, laundry, customer service, kitchen, fast food, front desk, etc. The program will help the participants to earn some money during their stay and improve the participant skills in the English language living in an English speaking community.

 

For additional information please contact: info@ace-pe.com

 

 

 

The Temporary Foreign Worker (TFW)

 

 

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The Program is administered by two federal government departments, Human Resources and Social Development Canada (Service Canada) and Citizenship and Immigration Canada. The TFW Program provides an opportunity for:

•             Foreign workers to work in Canada temporarily.

 

•             Canadian employers to address labour shortages by temporarily hiring foreign workers.

In most cases, non-Canadian citizens or permanent residents require work permits from Citizenship and Immigration Canada before working. Temporary foreign workers from certain countries must also obtain a temporary resident visa before arriving in Canada

 

Temporary workers from all over the World have the opportunity to travel and work in Canada during one year. Most of the jobs are in hotels, restaurants, amusement parks, resorts, and swimming pools.Most of the jobs are in hotels, restaurants, amusement parks, resorts, and swimming pools. The available positions are housekeeping, dishwasher, laundry, customer service, kitchen, fast food, front desk, etc. The program will help the participants to earn some money during their stay and improve the participant skills in the English language living in an English speaking community.

 

For additional information please contact: info@ace-pe.com