WorldStrides, the first educational travel organization accredited as a school, helps more than 200,000 students and 10,000 teachers each year experience learning beyond the classroom.
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Career Feature: Don’t Touch that Dial!
On the hottest day in July of 2012, the new General Manager of the University of Virginia’s radio station, Nathan Moore, found himself standing on top of a mountain using his iPhone to keep the radio station’s signal on the air. “I forgot to turn on my call forwarding,” Nathan remembers. “Every time I’d get [...]
A Guggenheim Secret
New York City is internationally known for its rich culture, skylines, shopping, and world-class museums. Among these museums, on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, is The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, commonly referred to as The Guggenheim. The Guggenheim has established itself in the art world with its organically grown, ever-expanding collections of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, [...]
Biodegradable Sunscreen: Protecting Your Skin and the Environment
Our science programs in Florida and Costa Rica encourage participants to help protect the environment, and now we’re asking teachers and students to make one small change to help further this goal – wear biodegradable sunscreen. Biodegradable sunscreen may seem unnecessary when you’re spending time in your neighborhood pool, but when you visit the ocean, [...]
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Marks 20-Year Anniversary
WorldStrides is a proud national sponsor of moving ceremony and tribute In a speech addressing the crowd gathered for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s 20th Anniversary, former President Bill Clinton spoke of the many gifts that the Museum offers to visitors and citizens. Above all else, he said, “The Holocaust memorial will be our conscience, [...]