I'm Michelle, the moderator for the site (I know the profile name is Jen – that’s the one I have to use to access the admin options…sorry for the confusion!)
Look around and explore – the simplest place to start perhaps are the three groups for different class levels (high school/lycée, middle school/collége, and university/université); you may post a bit about your class, or the type of exchange you are interested in there. If you’d like a little more information, there’s a forum posting (it’s the section just beneath the groups) which explains this in a bit more detail.
I am getting in touch with more contacts this week, and I hope to be able to help everyone discover what they are looking for on the site; feel free to send me an email or message here if there’s something that you haven’t been able to locate or isn’t here yet.
PS. The photos are gorgeous, I especially love the one of la Seine.
(Has the fim version of le Petit Nicholas come out yet in the US? There's a funny scene about la Seine in it.)
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