Spring 2013 participants in the Youth Leadership Program with Bosnia and Herzegovina say goodbye to Seattle.
Do you have a great idea for an orientation session? Consider submitting a session proposal for Fall.
The winners of the recent FIUTS photo contest share their favorite family photos in honor of International Day of Families.
Students from around the world connected with professionals in their fields of interest through the annual FIUTS World to Work program.
Bosnian students Una, Luka, and Ajla reflect on their experiences learning and adjusting to a new culture in Seattle, and being part of the intense but rewarding Youth Leadership Program.
Photos of last weekend's student trips (in the sunshine!) to the Windermere Cup and the Mobile Food Rodeo.
Youth Leadership Program participants write about their visits to local high schools and to Olympia, and share their thoughts on getting used to life in Seattle.
Students from Bosnia share their insights on different aspects of their experience so far in the Pacific Northwest - at baseball games, volunteer projects, tourist attractions, and more.
FIUTS students celebrated Earth Day with a volunteer project to restore the Duwamish Greenbelt.
Students from Bosnia and Herzegovina are having all kinds of new experiences in Seattle.
A group of 34 high school and university students from all over the world visit classrooms at TOPS elementary school for Global Ambassador Day.
Garbo, a FIUTS lead facilitator, shares about her volunteer work with Relay for Life.
Three students from Bosnia and Herzegovina reflect on their experiences during their first week in Seattle.
For National Volunteer Week, we recognize the amazing volunteers who contribute so much to FIUTS programs!
"Every FIUTS excursion brings a different activity and different combination of international students, and each is an opportunity for a new kind of experience."