Thanks Giving Trip

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Thanksgiving Homestay Trip Registration Form
Please answer all questions and sign your name. Please print clearly and return this application by Friday, October 31, 2014 to:

International House Office of Programs and External Relations 1414 East 59th Street Chicago, Illinois 60637 Male Family Name First Name Age Female Circle One

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Please list all family members who will accompany you on the trip: Name Age Male or Female Relationship (Spouse, Child)

Acceptance of Risk As a participant in the International Fellowship Program, I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury and I agree to assume responsibility for any injuries, damages or loss which I, my spouse, or any member of my family may sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with or associated with the International Fellowship Program. I acknowledge that the International Fellowship Program is providing me with an educational opportunity and I will hold The University of Chicago, International House, the International Fellowship Program community organizations, and host families blameless for any occurrence resulting there from. I also understand that The University of Chicago, International House, the International…...

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