As a teacher, you know that learning looks different for every student. For some, it’s a chance to be away from home and meet new people. For others, it’s all about the little victories—like feeling confident ordering in another language and (almost) dodging bird poop. From the small stuff to the milestone moments, travel helps students grow in unexpected, often awkward, and always worthwhile ways.


Unscripted inspiration

A Pacific perspective

From gazing up at the Golden Gate Bridge, to basking in the bright lights of Hollywood, to ordering their own ketchup, these students experienced some milestone moments during their voyage through sunny California. Go coastal on California Panorama.

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Big city state of mind

Iconic architecture, world-famous musicals, and really really good pizza make New York City an epic travel destination. But new friends and a giant gorilla puppet are what made it unforgettable for these students. See the city on Broadway & the Arts.

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Cue the culture

In Québec City, French flair meets Canadian charm, and pea soup meets maple syrup. (Don’t knock it ‘til you try it.) While exploring the quaint city streets, students practiced ordering in French, danced like no one was watching, and learned about themselves along the way. Head north on Language & Culture in Québec.

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