The Rotary New Generations Service Exchange (NGSE) is a short-term (one-to-six months) cultural and professional exchange for college students and young professionals 18 to 30 years old.
The NGSE is similar to the Group Study Exchange (GSE) program, but the NGSE applicants pay for their own round trip transportation, visa (if necessary) and health and liability insurance. The Rotary Clubs do not have to pay the applicants any money, but furnish housing, meals and transportation.
At present, the e-Club of Arizona’s member, Sheila Breen, is hosting Perrine Faucon, a 24-year-old young lady from District 1760 in Aix En Provence, France. Perrine is a student in the National School of Art and Textile in Lille, France, and will graduate in 2018.
District 5495 Frontier Rotary Club in Prescott will host Wu Wen Yi, a 21-year-old young lady from District 3520 in Taiwan. She is in a business college student studying in Japan. Wu is scheduled to arrive in Arizona on August 2 for a six-week exchange. 
District 5495 eClub of Arizona will host Ishika Saraf, a 22-year-old young lady from District 3030 in India. Ishika has a cake-making business and wants to learn more about cake making and decorating during her exchange here in Arizona for six weeks in September/October. 
District 5495 has a NGSE application from District 1850 in Germany to host a 24-year-old young man, Bjarne Karnebogen, who is studying international business and technology with a major in electrical engineering. I am looking for a host club for him.
The NGSE Program helps young professionals to grow in their profession and to learn about Rotary, Arizona and America while in our District. These NGSE young professionals need host families and cultural and professional experiences while they are being hosted in our District.
Please help!!!!! Email me at or call me at 928-925-5068.
Thank you! Joe Waesche, D-5495 NGSE Co-Chair