Promoting an educational tour is a team effort! Discover different ways to get students, parents and community members involved.
Create opportunities for people to participate and build a strong community of educated, global citizens.
Bring everyone together and get people excited about the trip!
• PowerPoint: Prepare a fun, multimedia presentation filled with images and important details about the trip. PowerPoint allows you to convey all the essential information and engages your audience from start to finish.
• Flyers & Posters: Turn advertising into a class project! Have students create posters and flyers that display the date, time and location of the informational meeting, as well as basic information about the trip location and services included to help spread the word.
• Invitations: We provide multiple invite materials to send home with students and help increase attendance at informational meetings. Remember to include the date, time and location of the meeting, or consider including a copy of the flyer.
• Emails: Use our email sign-up sheet to keep parents, chaperones, travelers and community members in the loop with any upcoming meetings, deadlines and other trip updates.
• Social Media: Use our graphics to share on social media about upcoming meetings and deadlines.
Social media is a powerful networking tool for connecting students, parents and community members.
Allow everyone involved to engage in the experience! Before the educational tour, create a Facebook group for the trip.
Afterwards, showcase all the adventures and educational opportunities with the connections who were involved in promoting the trip. Maybe even start planning next year’s program.
We supply all the materials you need to promote a trip!
Experience understands there is a growing concern over the COVID-19 outbreak and travel. We are attentively monitoring the situation and following updates from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Department of State.
Public health authorities are focusing on prevention efforts and actively testing anyone whose symptoms are compatible with COVID-19. It is important to note that for travel and community settings, the CDC reports a low risk of exposure for those who are in the same environment for a prolonged period of time and without close contact as someone with laboratory-confirmed COVID-19. Learn more about the CDC Exposure Risk Categories.
To alleviate any uncertainty, Experience is implementing an Upcoming and Future Travel Policy for 2020. This policy allows our programs to adjust their travel dates and plans to provide more flexibility for travelers and relieve any immediate concerns. As the situation evolves, we will remain in contact with group leaders to keep them informed and adjust any travel plans as needed. We want to assure all group leaders, parents and travelers that we will not send programs to destinations that are deemed unsafe by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO) or the U.S. Department of State. The health and safety of our travelers is of the utmost importance and always a main concern on our educational tours. We will continue to stay informed and safely navigate the situation.