Each August, FSYF hosts a High School Re-Entry Program aimed at teens entering grades 9 through 12.
This program is designed for high school students in the foreign affairs community who are returning from abroad, moving to the U.S. for the first time, or still struggling with re-entry issues after an earlier move.
This interactive program, featuring a panel of experienced Foreign Service teens, encourages students to identify and address their questions and concerns about teen social culture and high school life in the DC area while developing a support network of peers.
This year the program will be facilitated by former TCK and the owner of Modern Muse Education Jessica Muse, and supported by a panel of youth peers.
About Jessica Muse
Volunteer as a Teen Panelist
Teen panelists need not know 'everything' about being a teen in the U.S. Rather, they should be able to relate to teens who have recently returned and who may be feeling curious, uncertain or overwhelmed. They should be willing to answer questions about their experiences and share their observations, while recognizing that their experiences may differ from those of other teens on the panel.