PTPI’s School and Classroom Program (SCP) expands on the international vision set forth by PTPI’s founder, President Eisenhower. The SCP links teachers and their classrooms around the world for pen pal exchanges and projects. For more information on PTPI’s travel, educational and humanitarian projects, visit our website!
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December 17, 2008 -- From Vedlen, a reader, from Paris, France, who is affiliated with the site.
Penpal-Gate is a community designed to meet pen-pals from all around the world. There are games, a forum, a live chat, so you can have fun and learn new languages with other kids.
February 5, 2007 -- From Sheffield Blade, from Sheffield, UK, who is not affiliated with the site.
Here is a great site where you can find penpals from every continent there is. It’s fabulous!
October 10, 2006 -- From somewhatsmart, a reader, from London, England, who is not affiliated with the site.
This past summer after seeing the film ‘Traveling Pants’ I decided that I needed to improve my writing skills and embarked on a quest to find a penpal. I scoured many sites through Google and happily stumbled upon friend SHACK. What I liked about this site: it seems very secure (I never had to share my email address – they use an internal messaging service); there are people from over 120 countries and most seem somewhat intelligent (like me); and best of all, I managed to find just the penpal I was looking for. We’ve been writing now for 2 months. Thanks to this site – that’s why I’m recommending it.
August 25, 2006 -- From Aris, a reader, from Indonesia, who is affiliated with the site.
A free pen-pal service targeted at general audience (kids can also join). No personal information is required. You will have your own cute character. Since everyone is anonymous, you can safely use this website to practice your English or get some new friends — but remember, never give your personal information to strangers!
January 14, 2004 -- From Robert Carroll, a reader from New York, who is affiliated with the site
World Pen Pals was founded at the University of Minnesota in 1950 and has been continuously active for the past 53 years. We have matched close to half a million young people in a spirit of friendship and cultural understanding by direct correspondence World Pen Pals is for young people between age nine and nineteen.