Whatever you’re reasons for coming to the High Coast, you already know that it’s a beautiful place of unparalled nature with a thriving, modern Scandanavian economy. But how to meet new friends, both Swedish and other foreigners? How does one get engaged with the community and the interesting things that are happening?
One of our missions is to help make that transition to making the High Coast home easier by connecting internationals to the local network and vice versa. Using social media channels, live events and other information sharing, our goal is to help internationals Swedes meet, share and build a better community life in the High Coast.
Northern Sweden can be a daunting place to make new friends. But don't worry, we've got a great network that will get you in touch with new people and help you create relatinoships. Our social media, monthly meet ups and other services will get you connected.
What's the best way to get to know a new place and start having fun? By doing! So for that we have a whole range of experiences—skiiing, orienteering, volleyball etc—to have fun and see what the High Coast has to offer. Also, it's a great way to make friends.
A big challenge of getting up to speed in the High Coast is finding information, in English but even knowing where to turn to in Swedish can be tough. So we have a great project to create an interrnational information service called Hubbub that you'll have access to and help improve.
An important part of the club is coming up with ways to make our High Coast cities more international and impactful. By coming together—all the different kinds of internationals (workers, youth, new immigrants, pensioners etc)—we want to be a movement of change.