Homestay hosts are needed in Vancouver, North Van, Burnaby, New West & Richmond, British Columbia!
The Canada Homestay Network is looking for caring homestay hosts for international students from around the world studying throughout the Greater Vancouver Area including BCIT, UBC and SFU starting this August!
If you live near one of the above schools or near a public transit line, you can help. For more information about being a Canada Homestay Network host, contact Cheryl at 778-327-6829 ext. 2030 or email@example.com. Click here to apply.
Your family can benefit from hosting students!
The Canada Homestay Network provides cultural and first-language support to hosts and their students 24x7, a generous allowance to help offset expense and the opportunity to bring the world to your front door!
What you provide:
- Three nutritious meals / day
- Utilities including laundry and internet
- A private bedroom, desk and closet
- A patient, caring, and friendly home atmosphere
- The same guidance and attention you would want for one of your loved ones travelling overseas!
Why host an international student?
Being a homestay host is a rewarding experience. When you make the decision to welcome an international student into your home, you make a lasting contribution to your family, your community and the student. [ learn more ]
Host families who welcome international students into their home:
- Grow their understanding of the world and its peoples
- Make life-long friendships
- Get to share the beauty of their home and community
- Ensure their local economy benefits from the booming international education industry
- Receive a generous allowance to offset expenses
International students who live with Canadian families:
- Learn language and Canadian culture in a healthy, caring environment
- Get a positive introduction to Canadian family life, which encourages many to apply for permanent residency after graduation
- Become valuable future partners in trade, political relations and global leadership
- Bring a broader world-view to their communities back home