Homestays, Volunteering & Working Holidays in Washington D.C., United States
Workaway Host List - Find Hosts and Organizations
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If you are NOT a US CITIZEN and are planning to visit to work, volunteer or study, YOU WILL NEED THE CORRECT VISA. To find out more information you need to contact the embassy in your home country BEFORE travelling.
Meaning of the colours:
Possibility that workawayers are needed
By default (toggle switch to the left) hosts who have both yellow AND green indicated for the months
you have selected will be shown. If you move the toggle to the right ONLY hosts who have indicated
green will be shown.
Meaning of this:
By default (toggle switch to the left) will show hosts who have ANY of the months you have chosen
marked as available. This means that some of the months might be marked red (no availability.) If
you need to see ALL of the months you have selected as available move the toggle to the right.
I live in an extraordinary area offering many things to do and see. The capital of the world really. A place full of international energy and knowledge to suck in. I have a large house in which I live with my 81 year old dad who is my best friend ......
We live in the DC area, near a bus and metro stop. We have a 2.5 year old daughter, two Icelandic Sheepdogs, and 1 very old cat. We are looking for native French and Spanish speakers to come visit us and help our daughter with her Spanish and ......
We are looking to host someone who is willing to help our girls with violin, piano, or Chinese language (We'll help with your American English) and occasionally assist with landscaping or clean up around the house. No childcare is involved.
We are a ......
Very nice, well educated, and open-minded. We like to keep a clean house and we are always happy to host new and interesting guests.
***14 miles from Washington National Airport (WAS), 30 miles from Baltimore-Washington (BWI), 35 miles from ......