Explorebigsky.com staff writer
Every season, people travel from around the world to work in Big Sky. On Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. the All Saints in Big Sky Outreach Committee is sponsoring and organizing a community event called An International Evening.
The event will be at the Big Sky Chapel and f eatures presentations from international student workers in Big Sky.
The committee has gathered presenters from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru and Thailand for the evening program. With so many students from Peru and Chile in town this year, the night will have a special f ocus on those countries, said Audrae Coury, coordinator of the event.
The committee worked with Anna Hadley Johnson, the local international
recruitment consultant for the Council on International Educational Exchange. Johnson recruited and helped place 90 international workers here this winter. Last year, students from Argentina, Brazil, New Zealand and Thailand presented on topics of living, working and learning.
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