Babylon, NY (PRWEB) December 05, 2013
International Student Exchange (ISE), announced that Chris Van Alstine, from Green Bay, WI, Won the ISE “Rep of the Year” award for her exceptional work. The announcement came at ISE’s recent annual international conference.
ISE, a student exchange organization, places over 2,800 international high school students each year around the US. ISE has many representatives that help place these exchange students with loving and caring host families. These reps also handle the relationship with the high school.
Chris won the award due to her outstanding contributions, dedication and excellence in working with ISE students.
“She consistently goes above and beyond the call to insure that the students, host families and schools receive extraordinary support during their high school exchange experience,” stated by her regional manager Calla Kuehl.
Chris works with ISE students in the Northeast Wisconsin area.
About International Student Exchange:
ISE was founded in 1982. It is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing people of the world closer together through student exchange and intercultural education.
Based on the materials submitted by ISE and reviewed by the Council on Standards for International Educational Travel (CSIET), an independent national educational organization founded in 1984, ISE has been granted a listing every year. Indicative of its high level of professionalism and respect within the foreign exchange industry, ISE is designated by the Department of State as an official sponsor of the Exchange Visitor Program.
ISE is headquartered on Long Island, 60 minutes from Manhattan. Forty-four fully staffed Regional Offices are strategically located in the United States. ISE cooperates with over 100 independent foreign agencies in over 45 countries around the world for the recruitment and placement of students in American homes. The company’s information is available at http://www.iseusa.com.