Putney Student Travel has collaborated with National Geographic since 2007.
For more information about 2014 expeditions and field workshops, visit www.ngstudentexpeditions.com
National Geographic and Putney Student Travel have teamed up to offer an array of unique trips for high school students in some of the most spectacular places in the world.
Shaped by National Geographic’s spirit of adventure and vast network of resources across the globe, along with Putney Student Travel’s extensive experience delivering challenging, innovative, fun, and safe summer programs, National Geographic Student Expeditions combine the best of outdoor adventure, cultural immersion, community service, and hands-on, project-based learning.
We offer four types of programs: expeditions, field workshops, photo workshops, and community service programs. Throughout each trip, you’ll work on a project, whether it’s an On Assignment project on our expeditions and field workshops, a portfolio of photographs and gallery opening on our photo workshops, or a group presentation and panel discussion on our specially crafted conservation expeditions.
On each expedition and field workshop, a National Geographic expert—a photographer, writer, researcher, or explorer—will join us for four to eight days of the trip. On our photography workshops, the expert—a National Geographic photographer—will join the entire program. Our experts are leaders in their field who will enrich the trip with their stories and their insight.
Take a look at our 2014 National Geographic Student Expeditions.
SWITZERLAND AND FRANCE • BRAZIL’S AMAZON & PANTANAL* • BELIZE* • PERU • ECUADOR & THE GALAPAGOS • PACIFIC NORTHWEST* • TANZANIA • NAMIBIA* • SOUTH AFRICA & MOZAMBIQUE* • INDIA • CHINA • ICELAND • ITALY & GREECE • AUSTRALIA
*These expeditions were specially crafted to involve students in ongoing conservation efforts supported by the National Geographic Society.
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