Aspect host families are diverse. They have no typical size or shape. Host families can be adults 25 or older who are single or married, with or without children. Empty-nesters, retirees, families with young children, single adults, families with teenage children – you name it! They are diverse, but they all share a welcoming spirit and a commitment to providing safe, loving homes for exchange students.
Aspect host families are everywhere. They live in towns big and small across America, in almost every state. From rural farmlands to the busy sidewalks of cities (and everywhere in between), our different host communities allow our exchange students to experience all varieties of American life.
Aspect host families are welcoming. They open their hearts and homes and share their daily lives with their exchange students. They provide loving homes for their students and introduce them to American life. Host families enjoy the rewards of learning about different cultures and forming lifelong bonds with a new member of their family.
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