Qualified young women from all over the world come to the U.S. on an official J-1 Visa to learn about U.S. culture while providing quality, intercultural child care for U.S. families.
Unique 3-week summer programs for gifted and talented students. Residential programs are available for students ages 9-17 at some of the most prestigious campuses nationwide, including Yale and Princeton. Many locations also offer a commuter option. Younger students ages 5-12 can participate in SIG day programs at one of 16 locations. Programs are open to U.S. and international students. SIG also offers a robust online program. SIG is a program of the National Society for the Gifted and Talented (NSGT).
Organizes educational group travel programs across the globe for teachers and high school students interested in an exceptional educational journey, not just an ordinary tour.
Formal arrangements between educational institutions and AIFS in which AIFS provides logistical support, student services, classrooms, housing facilities & cultural activities at a location abroad, plus student medical and fee refund insurances and over $50 million of liability insurance for the U.S. college/university.
Provides exceptional insurance policies for international students coming to the U.S. and American students studying abroad. In 2015, nearly 200,000 students from all over the world were insured by CISI and its European affiliate CareMed.