Foreign study and travel

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Your best summer yet! Dive into a summer of exploration and active learning on a Caribbean liveaboard voyage or global travel adventure. Experience scuba diving, sailing, marine biology, wildlife biology or veterinary medicine on a Broadreach program specially designed for middle or high school students.

1111 Haynes St., Unit 107, Raleigh, NC 27604

Contact: Bethany Remington

info@gobroadreach.com • 919-256-8200

Ages 12-18

Broadreach Summer Adventures

www.gobroadreach.com

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Transform the way you see the world! Explore how global issues impact local communities while earning college credit on a CET summer pre-college program. Immerse in your host city through excursions, language study, and homestays on programs abroad, or explore careers in Washington, DC.

1155 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20036

Contact: Brian Wiehr

cet@cetacademicprograms.com • 800-225-4262

Ages 15-18

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Experiential student travel programs in Nepal, Tanzania, Costa Rica, and the USA. Geared toward students who are excited about cultural immersion, community impact projects, and self growth. Students also have the option to earn college credits from Western Colorado University! Choose adventure and expand your horizons this summer!

1 World Way, Windsor, NH 03244

Contact: Kelly Moynihan

hello@globalroutes.org • 413-858-8895

Ages 14-18

Global Routes

www.globalroutes.org

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Spend a month in Oxford, Cambridge, Paris, Barcelona, or New York, living in universities and immersing yourself in subjects you are passionate about.  Oxbridge offers 150+ options - from Architecture to Zoology via Medicine, Fashion, Psychology, or Criminology.  Students are taught by university teachers who use cities as classrooms.

1919 Gallows Road, Ste 700, Vienna, VA 22182

Contact: Richard Michaelis

richard@oxbridgeprograms.com • 212-932-3049

Ages 13-18

Oxbridge Academic Programs

www.oxbridgeprograms.com

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As a family-run organization since 1951, we offer experiential programs for middle and high school students in 30 countries with the following areas of focus: Service, Language, Exploration, Career, Pre-College. Our collaborations include: Smithsonian Student Travel, Harvard Chan C-CHANGE Youth Summits, Columbia Climate School, Oxford Academia.

345 Hickory Ridge Rd., Putney, VT 05346

Contact: Kiki Baxter

info@goputney.com • 802-387-5000

Ages 11-18

Putney Student Travel

www.goputney.com

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With 41 years of experience, students 11-18 learn sailing, racing and seamanship living coed with their age group aboard 50-foot yachts, cruising the British Virgin and Leeward Islands. No experience required. We focus on experiential learning, leadership training and personal growth. Scuba certifications, snorkeling, tubing, wakeboarding, kayaking, and island exploration. Marine biology and community service are built into every program.

Hodges Creek Marina, East End, British Islands, Tortola VG1120

Contact: Mike Liese

info@sailcaribbean.com • 800-321-0994

Ages 12-18

Sail Caribbean

www.sailcaribbean.com

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Authentic Connection. Real Impact. Fuel your future with high school intercultural exchange. Gain a deeper understanding of the world through our Study Abroad or Virtual programs. For 90 years The Experiment has been empowering students to immerse themselves in another culture and build the knowledge and skills needed to confront critical global issues.

1 Kipling Rd, PO Box 676, Brattleboro, VT 05302

Contact: Eowyn Greeno

eowyn.greeno@experiment.org • 415-216-3640

Ages 14-19

The Experiment in International Living

www.experiment.org

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Founded in 1993, Dragons offers immersive Gap Year Programs for students seeking an alternative to mainstream travel and tourism. Dragons small group adventures are mentored by expert instructors and offer homestays, language learning, rugged travel, more. Each program is an original adventure where students gain valuable life skills to navigate their future with confidence.

1905 15th Street #4129, Boulder, CO 80306

Contact: Eva Vanek

eva@wheretherebedragons.com • 303-413-0822

Ages 15-22

Where There Be Dragons

www.wheretherebedragons.com

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