Every student will have a copy of the policy, ID card and claim forms
For applications, cost and full coverage information go to: cisi-bolduc.com/
Some Partner Country Districts require purchase of their insurance which also meets or exceeds the same coverage requirements. Rotary Country Contacts provide this information at time of placement.
Rotary International policy 41.080.10. Student Travel Insurance will apply.
Host clubs, districts, and multidistrict Youth Exchange groups should determine the minimum level of insurance adequate for the exchange length and local conditions in which the student will live and travel during the exchange.
Quote - The parents or legal guardians of each student shall provide travel insurance, including medical and dental coverage for accidental injury and illness, death benefits (including repatriation of remains), disability/dismemberment benefit (also known as capital benefits), emergency medical evacuation, emergency visitation expenses (for transportation of parent or guardian to student’s location), 24-hour emergency assistance services, and legal liability (covering the student for any of his or her acts or omissions in connection with the Youth Exchange program), with respect to each student in amounts satisfactory to the host club or district in consultation with the sending club or district, with coverage from the time of the student’s departure from home until the student’s return home.
At the option of the parents or legal guardians, such insurance may also include cancellation expenses, loss of property, loss of money, or kidnap, and ransom. Evidence of coverage and level and limits of coverage of all insurance with a responsible insurance company or companies satisfactory to the host district prior to the beginning of the exchange shall be submitted to, received by, and accepted by the host district prior to the student’s departure from home.
Participation in extreme sports, such as hang gliding, rock climbing, and bungee jumping, is not allowed in District 7150.