Become a Home Host
Becoming a home host is easy, just email Carina Black. There are many hosting options to bring the world to your home. You may host one of our International Visitor groups for a diplomacy dinner, host an Algerian Youth Leadership student for two weeks in your home, or become a volunteer at one of our Fulbright scholar events. The hosting experience will broaden your global perspective and connect you to the world.
Current Hosting Opportunities
To become a home host for our programs please contact Dr. Carina Black and read below.
Fulbright Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (Fulbright TEA) - Reno, NV September - October 2019
The Fulbright Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (Fulbright TEA) is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State with funding provided by the U.S. Government and administered by IREX. It is governed by policies established by the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.
Fulbright TEA brings international teachers to the United States for a six-week program that offers academic seminars for professional development at a host university. Participants observe classrooms and share their expertise with teachers and students at the host university and at local secondary schools.
To become a Fulbright TEA dinner host, please email email@example.com.
NNIC Home Hosts in the News:
We also congratulate our local home hosts, Anita and Jack Bevans, as they were highlighted as exceptional home hosts on the U.S. Department of State's IVLP website as well as on our local news station KTVN News Channel 2. Click here to see the video.
Dr. Muhammed Quddus's Home Host Experience "I thank NNIC for the opportunity to meet and greet some of the brightest legal minds of the Indian subcontinent countries. The best part was to get a feel for the unadulterated warmth of these exceptional human beings. Although I was born in Bangladesh, I never had the opportunity to visit these countries; this was my first instance of looking in the eyes of these native people, shake hands with them and identify with them. We truly enjoyed their company and I think they enjoyed ours." Dr. Muhammed Quddus (Dr. Quddus hosted a group of South Asian delegates for dinner at his home in Reno in February. The group was visiting under the auspices of the State Department program for International Visitors.)