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E. Friendship Through Education

2. Getting Involved with FTE

Each FTE organization offers numerous levels of interaction and participation -- both online and offline. Listed below are variety of a different examples:
 
Mail Based ProjectsSend a Letter

Reach out to someone in a different country exchanging letters and videotapes.

On-Line Interaction ProjectsInteract On-Line

Find a friend online to chat or email with, or add yourself to the database so that others can find you.

Collaboration ProjectsParticipate in a Project

Join a project linking people together to collaborate on a global level.

Student Exchange ProgramsStudents Exchange

Take part in one of the students exchange programs.


Mail Based ProjectsSend a Letter
 

On-Line Interaction ProjectsInteract On-Line


Collaboration ProjectsParticipate in a Project

  • Increase Awareness Tell a Friend
    (NetAid)
  • NetAid Crisis Response for Kids
    (NetAid)
  • Say Yes for Children Campaign
    (NetAid)
  • Feeding Minds Fighting Hunger
    (iEARN)
  • NoTwo Snowflakes are Alike
    (ePALS)

Student Exchange ProgramsStudents Exchange

  • Youth Exchange and Study Program (YES)
    (iEARN)

 

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