AFS - INTERNATIONAL INTERCULTURAL PROGRAMS
313 East 43rd Street, New York, NY 10017 Tel. (212) 949-4242
Administers exchange programs between American and foreign high school students, including Italian students, on an individual basis, for a whole academic year or semester. Italian Cultural Studies (5 weeks with an Italian family and 3 weeks at a cultural site restoring a medieval castle, excavating ruins and studying Italian language). Language Studies. College Credit Programs at Volterra and Trappeto.
COUNCIL ON INTERNATIONAL EDUCATIONAL EXCHANGE
205 East 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017 Tel. (212) 661-1414
Administers an international exchange program in which secondary schools in the United States are linked with partner schools in other countries, including Italy, for short term exchanges of students and faculties. The Council also issues international ID cards. It offers rail passes, charter flights, etc.
THE EXPERIMENT IN INTERNATIONAL LIVING
Kipling Road, Brattleboro, VT Tel. (800) 451-4465 (802) 257-7751, 257-0326
Family home stay and travel. High school, semester or year abroad.
THE EXPERIMENT IN INTERNATIONAL LIVING, ITALIAN BRANCH
Sede Centrale Italiana, Via del Cavallino 8, 14100 Asti, Italy
EUROPEAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION
780 Monterey Boulevard, Suite 203, San Francisco, CA 94103 Tel. (415) 512-8191
814 Mission Street, Room 201
Summer study in Florence. Culture tours, staying with families in Florence.
NRCSA (National Registration Center for Study Abroad)
823 North 2nd Street, Milwaukee, WI 53203 Tel. (414) 278-0631
Italian language courses in Florence, Rome & Siena. Makes arrangements with airlines, hotels, schools.
Piazza San Pantaleo 3, 00186 Rome, Italy
Deals in international exchange and scholarships.
CENTRO INTERNAZIONALE STUDI E RELAZIONI CULTURALI
Via Panisperna 262, 00184 Roma, Italy
Cultural exchange and travel.
CENTRO TURISTICO STUDENTESCO GIOVANILE-CTS
Via Nazionale 66, 00186 Rome, Italy
Low-cost accommodations and travel.
The National Italian American Foundation publishes an illustrated guide to Italian language and culture courses at academic and commercial institutions all over Italy. It also lists non-academic studies in art restoration, architecture, fashion, interior design, tourism and hotel management, as well as US universities with study abroad programs in Italy. Write them at 1860 19th Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20009-5599 (tel. 202-387-0600, fax 202-387-0800). 252 pages; $19.95 including postage and handling.
Colleges and Universities