/mō-zā'ĭk/ artwork made by placing together small pieces of glass, stone, etc. of different colors
Sharing a meal together is a great way to get to know someone. Last year, many of Hope’s faculty and staff volunteered for the American Home Visits program and did just that, shared a meal with Hope’s international students and got to know them. Volunteers enjoyed hearing international students’ stories and where they come from. Some even learned to write their name in a different language. In turn, students got to visit an American family’s home, sat down at the dinner table with them, and immersed themselves in American culture in a very special way.
I’d like to share some of the pictures I received from last year’s American Home Visits volunteers. This year’s American Home Visits will take place from October 5, 2013 to January 31, 2014. I look forward to sharing this year’s pictures with you after January!
by Judy Kim, Director of International Student Programs