Rotary’s Short-Term Exchange Program presents opportunities for students to advance their knowledge and world understanding by allowing them to visit a different country for a limited period of time. Participating students live with a matched host family in their selected country from three to six weeks in the summer under the sponsorship of a local Rotary Club. The objective of the Short-Term Exchange Program is to foster world peace, international understanding and good will by extending international communication at the personal level through the exchange of students of high school age. It is hoped that these students will be able to see firsthand the problems and accomplishments of other peoples of different colors, creeds, and cultures.
For the first time, Tunkhannock will have 2 short-term exchange students for the summer of 2015. Mitchell Fowler and Anika Sehne will be our outbound short-term exchange students. Mitchell will be going to Spain and Anika to France.

(L to R): 2015-2016 Outbound Long-term and Short-term Exchange Students Emily Dunning, Anika Sehne, Stefan Sehne and Mitchell Fowler