FIUTS Facilitator, Ang Li, shares her experiences learning about various cultures on UW campus and as a leader in our community!
Students experience the joy of volunteering during the FIUTS Day of Service. Join us this year!
We are excited to give our CulturalFest Expo guests an opportunity to travel the world in a day. Show off your country and culture and apply to host a booth at our Expo!
We love our homestay hosts and the time and space they volunteer to our international students! Here is Dave Dittemore, sharing his stories of why he became a host and why he continues to host students from all over the world!
FIUTS Facilitator, Zehua (Wedward), shares his experiences first as an international student in a homestay, then as a leader in the community and dancing to bring down the boat cruise!
FIUTS is very excited to have two new friendly faces in our office working on our education prorams, community outreach and CulturalFest! Find out who they are!
Committed to promoting culture exchange, the FIUTS Homestay Program recently asked our students what they learned about American culture during their homestay. Check out their responses!
Our Japanese orientation intern, Satomi, used her time at our FIUTS event Community BBQ to meet international students and find out more about her future friends. Read her interviews here!
FIUTS Facilitator, Terry Jung, shares his experiences as a leader in the community, helping students step into a new environment, and fully embracing the awkward!
Welcome Week is just around the corner and we are very excited to introduce our interns - Holly, Maaya and Satomi - who have been working hard on delivering orientation weeks for our international students!
Adiel, a Youth Ambassador Program student from Barbados, reflects on her journey from home to a strange land, as well as what she has learned about human diversity.
Joashaha, a Youth Ambassador Program student from Guyana, writes about her experiences at the Food Bank and reflects on systems of operation in her community.
Steffi, a Youth Ambassador Program student from Trinidad, reflects on what diversity means to her, especially with regards to what she has seen and experienced in Seattle!
Ashraf, a Youth Ambassador Program, takes us through his journey from Guyana to Vermont to Seattle - from the expected to unexpected!