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Rotary
Topic Started: Tue Jan 20, 2015 1:28 pm (2,103 Views)
cyrobe

Does Rotary just send you to a random location? Even if you provide a list of preferred countries?
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Matsunoki
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cyrobe
Wed Jun 17, 2015 7:38 pm
Does Rotary just send you to a random location? Even if you provide a list of preferred countries?
From what I've heard they try to choose countries based on peoples' lists, but hopefully someone closer to the organization will stop by with a more concrete answer for you :)
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mburucuja

From what I understand it depends on your district. I've heard of people picking a top 3, 5, or 10; ranking all available countries; sorting countries into 3 categories for places you want to go, places you would go, and places you wouldn't go; just choosing a country or two you wouldn't go to; etc. I'd ask someone in your district since it varies so much.
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I saw a Rotary exchange student walking with her (host?) parents in my city this morning! I could tell by the pin-covered blazer. We're just a little city in the Midwest that doesn't get many exchange students, plus usually I only see people going to work that time of day so it was really surprising :) I'm not sure if she was American or not since I don't know when Rotary students travel. The blazer was navy, I think.
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