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Become a host for a Humanity in Action fellow 3 weeks in August

As a host or host family for a Humanity in Action Fellow you get a global perspective on everyday life, access to an international network of ambitious young people and professionals, and a friend for life. It is the obvious opportunity for anyone who goes with a desire to put an imprint on their community – abroad and at home.

To learn more about being a host or host family for a Humanity in Action Fellow, please scroll down.

Humanity in Action is looking for hosts or host families from August 9 – August 30, 2020

2019 Copenhagen Fellows

Are you interested in hosting a Humanity in Action Fellow?

Du you want to give a young international student an experience of a life time? Humanity in Action is looking for people who will host a foreign student 3 weeks in August; August 9 – August 30, 2020.  

As a host or host family one must be able to offer the student a room of their own. Humanity in Action offers most meals and transport during the program. On week days, Fellows are usually occupied between 9-18. In addition to this, the role of Humanity in Action host or host family is flexible and can be as much or as little as you and/or your family has time and energy for.

To learn more, please send us an email at denmark@humanityinaction.org

 

Our Fellows are some of the most talented university students from their countries, with fierce community engagement, global outlook, and a willingness and ability to turn words into action. Each year they come to Copenhagen to participate in Humanity in Actions Fellowship (Sommerakademiet).

2019 Copenhagen Fellows

“We are a family of five with two boys who are 11 and 13 and a girl who is 16. The last couple of years we have had young students from Humanity in Action living with us and it has been a great success. It puts an ordinary family life into perspective to hear how other young people have grown up, and it always adds something good when there is another language ​​involved. As a host family, it is also inspiring to teach young people who are engaged to getting to know and follow Humanity in Actions programs. It contributes with one extra dimension in this year’s brightest month for everyone children as well as adults”.

– Caroline Melchior, former host mother

It is inspiring to get to know young and dedicated people.