Worldwide Friends offers special programs which might be of interest to you. These are ways we can help you get to know Americans and the culture, find personal growth, reach your potential as a leader, and get help for specific needs.
In our Friendship Trek program you have the opportunity to get to know an American friend or family through a Welcome Lunch at the beginning of the school year. Hopefully, this will evolve into a long-term friendship.
Join student officer, Lucy Chen and friends in a discussion about a selected book.
Contact Lucy at email@example.com.
Learn songs on the recorder flute
Tuesdays, 8:00 - 8:45 p.m. (Intermediate);
8:15 - 9:00 p.m. (Beginners)
Buy: the Yamaha YRS-24B recorder ($8-10) and
It's Recorder Time (Auberge) ($5)
Questions? Contact David at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A number of churches would welcome you. Some are close to USC and others farther away. Let us know if you want to find a church, and we will be glad to give you options to fit your needs.
Bring your question or fascinating discovery
Kevin, Johnny and David will explore with you.
Sundays, 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Investigate the Bible together to discover new truths and help for your life. This is a great way to see what lessons can be learned and applied into your life as the Bible has been known to have shaped the life of many Americans and world leaders abroad.
At Worldwide Friends, we encourage students to step into volunteer opportunities or leadership roles to prepare you for your life ahead. Aside from being your friend, we hope to grow you and mature you to prepare you for the work place and an opportunity to volunteer along side other people.