AFS Intercultural Programme
AFS provides intercultural learning and volunteer opportunities for students, young adults, teachers and families through international exchange. AFS is one of the world's largest not-for-profit volunteer based organisations.
Aotearoa New Zealand was one of 11 original partner countries and today there are 52 partner countries within the AFS network and over 350,000 students have been hosted throughout the world.
Over 10,000 New Zealanders have studied abroad through AFS including Sam Morgan (Trade Me), Peter Williams (broadcasting), Nick Smith (politics), Dame Anne Salmond (education) and Chresten Davis (All Black).
In addition, over 10,000 AFS students have been hosted in New Zealand since 1947. AFS New Zealand currently has more than 500 active volunteers in 33 chapters throughout the country.
AFS New Zealand's Mission Statement
AFS Aotearoa New Zealand provides life-long intercultural learning oppor more info...