We partner with schools and community groups to provide cross-curricular and cross-cultural programming, global education resources, and instructor development training. Through our project and challenge-based workshops, we employ a customized and unique engagement model to connect school curriculum with the idea of world travel. Our purpose is simple - to inspire the next generation of travel enthusiasts and equip them to become purpose-driven, global leaders. 


Our culturally-responsive learning model develops the whole student while enabling teachers and educators to continue these student development strategies in their classrooms. Our programs also provide students with a platform to enhance the following skills:

Developing these skills at an early age builds student confidence and better prepares students to become leaders in their school, communities and future careers.

Testimonial Insights

Don’t just take it from us, let our partners do the talking!

Passport to the World Seminar was an engaging activity that unveiled students interest and love in getting to know about other countries. The activity gave them the opportunity to be innovative and creative on how to fund the travel to destinations they have only heard about. The teamwork approach effectively allowed students to show his or her leadership skills within each of their groups, as they discussed interesting popular destinations. The presentations at the end of the travel research allowed students to showcase their tech skills and grasp of public speaking!
— Dr. Damien Moses, Principal - Bok Academy (Lake Wales, FL)
Amazing! We received the best feedback from our club members and staff that we had in years! Our kids enjoyed the exposure to the idea of global travel. The different ideas and concepts were taught with a great level of enthusiasm and simplicity.
— Niketra Johnson - 21st Century Community Learning Centers Senior Project Director at Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida
Thank you for a truly impressive presentation; the students enjoyed it immensely. I really like the format; it mimicked what we do as teachers. We provide whole group instruction and then the students are allowed to process by completing an individual or group assignment. This was perfect for the way the students like to work. I like how engaged they were for the entire learning experience.
— Kay Bastian, 5th Grade Teacher - Maxey Elementary School (Orlando, FL)
Our students absolutely loved it. They asked a lot of questions of these well-traveled presenters. In their groups they worked extremely well together, they presented their findings to the class, and we’re so proud of their work. I would absolutely encourage other schools to participate in the Passport to the World Seminar. I believe it is so important for our children to get out of their familiar circumference and explore the world and become global citizens. This program is a tremendous start to helping them do just that.
— Sharon Brown, 6th Grade Teacher - I.S. 364 (Brooklyn, NY)

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