For more information about our 2017 Journeys and to apply, visit our website at nytimes.com/studentjourneys
Our Collaboration with The New York Times
Putney Student Travel and The New York Times have teamed up to create New York Times Student Journeys. This collaboration combines Putney’s long history of designing innovative and educational travel programs with The Times’ expertise in adding perspective to places and events.
Small Group Journeys for High School Students
On New York Times Student Journeys, small groups of high school students travel to exciting destinations with a New York Times expert and group leaders who guide students as they explore the world. With cultures and themes associated with The New York Times’s areas of expertise, these are educational travel programs with a purpose.
New York Times Experts
Each trip is joined by a New York Times journalist who is an expert in the destination or theme of the trip. Our experts will lead activities and discussions, help students develop new insights and guide students as they choose a culminating project related to the trip’s theme.
Destinations Covered in The Times
Our Student Journeys take students to places prominent in Times coverage, where students can benefit from our special understanding and insider’s view as they explore themes and topics associated with local issues.
Themes to Explore Your Interests
Times Student Journeys are perfect for students who are curious to explore a new topic or go deeper into one that’s already a passion. Choose from eight interest categories that align with Times coverage of local and global issues.
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