Choose the Right Destination

Start planning a tour by choosing a destination and learning experience.

Destination

Go to the locations where points of interests are opportunities to learn. Cover subject matter with historical landmark tours, scavenger hunts at museums and workshops led by experts. Expand student success by visiting destinations known for their top universities and industry leaders. Consider what fits best with the curricular goals in the classroom and teach students in the real world.

Learning Experiences

Travel is the most interactive way to learn, putting students on the steps of national monuments or developing their skills under the guidance of industry experts. Find the ideal combination of destination and educational objectives, and students will remember those lessons for a lifetime.

Experiential Learning Opportunities

Go beyond the walls of the classroom, where students are free to explore and learn from real world examples.

Language Immersion

Take students to destinations where every interaction with locals is language practice.

Performance

Go to festivals, participate in workshops with professionals and perform for new audiences.

Service Learning

Gain cultural awareness through civic engagement in the local community.

Historical

Bring the textbook to life by traveling to the landmarks covered in the classroom.

Industry-Focused

Learn from experts and gain an inside look into future career fields with hands-on workshops.