w h e r e t h e r e b e d r a g o n s This could be the best summer of your life. Apply now for one of Dragons rugged, authentic summer programs! China: A Comprehensive Survey – A 4-week Summer Abroad Program Only… Read More
Looking for a great summer program? Blue Bridge Project has a few spaces remaining on an incredible three-week service learning trip to Nicaragua. Students will live in ocean-front cabanas, help build a high school in conjunction with local non-profit Waves of Hope, practice Spanish, learn to surf and make Nicaraguan friends. This trip will be co-led by Liz… Read More
In-country dates: July 27, 2013-August 24, 2013 (Anytime between these dates for 2-4 weeks) Internship application and program fees are due June 27, 2013. The position of an in-country intern offers a unique opportunity to experience sustainable development administration and practices from the inside, and on the ground. Interns chosen will work in the Nicaragua… Read More
Travel for Teens is proud to announce that we have a limited number of scholarships available for select trips this 2013 summer! Travel for Teens programming offers students a unique international travel opportunity to be immersed in foreign culture, participate in meaningful community service projects, study language both in-classroom and with native speakers, and/or perfect… Read More
The Experiment in International Living (EIL) is an educational non-profit organization that just completed its 80th summer of sending students abroad. EIL programs are 3, 4, or 5 weeks long and run in 27 different countries. All programs include a homestay and a theme such as the arts, outdoors, community service, or language training…. Read More
TravelForTeens.com is excited to announce our 4th annual essay contest! Each year, high school students from around the world are encouraged to write a 300 – 500 word essay that answers the question“Why do you think international friendship is important?”
Travel for Teens believes that teen travel should be both fun and enriching. Our programs feature choice in what you do, see, and experience, a dynamic that sets us apart from superficial tours that herd large groups from one site to another.