US Servas offers a variety of programs in addition to normal traveling and hosting opportunities. Information about each program is available below.
Click on the program name in green type for further information.
SYLE is a program designed for young Servas members to learn a language through a Servas cultural exchange during one month in a foreign country.
Find more information about SYLE here and read past SYLE participant reports here
Diversity Dinners foster cross-cultural communication and understanding through collaborative hospitality. Groups of 10 gather in members’ homes for dinner and conversation.
Find more information about Diversity Dinners here
Campus Connections aid and enhance academic travelers’ experiences. Faculty and students coming to the USA from abroad and also those going from their home campus to others outside the USA can greatly enrich those experiences by joining USServas, the connection to Servas International.
Find more information about Campus Connections here.
One of the aims of the Making Connections project is to link interested Servas travelers with host families who can offer a variety of opportunities for an extended stay or more in-depth visit to their country.
Volunteering, work experience, language learning, sharing skills and knowledge and connecting with local peace organisations are examples of potential activities that could be arranged in this way.
Although some countries have offered specific opportunities, others invite travelers to make contact if they are interested in planning an extended stay in their country or want to pursue a particular interest.
Future editions will look at ways of linking Servas families including proposals for an international tree planning project. Also linking Servas members with a shared interest.