Step 8

Keep an active voice on social

Sharing existing stories about exchange is an excellent way to keep the interest in cultural exchange alive. Get familiar with our social channels and share stories that inspire you.

Facebook

Instagram

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Share one of your own exchange stories

What motivated you to get more involved with exchange? Whether you hosted before or have interesting travel experiences, sharing those stories on social media can help pique interest in exchange.

Share content from EF’s Facebook page

EF's Facebook page is full of posts to share. This can be a powerful tool, especially if you don't have previous exchange experience yourself! Check out the page and share a post that you love.

Follow us on Facebook

Check out our YouTube channel

Our YouTube videos are a great resource to share stories from previous host families! Our channel holds both short and longer videos representing families of all types.

Visit our YouTube channel

Share stories and articles from our website

Looking for a new idea to share on social? Our host family stories and articles will tug at the heartstrings of your network. This is an especially powerful tool if you are just beginning to work with families and don't have many stories of your own yet to share.

Visit our website

Getting started as an IEC

Step 8

Keep an active voice on social

Every now and then it’s great to remind your social network about your involvement with exchange. Get to know some of our assets you can use to generate some engagement.

Start spreading the word

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