Putney Student Travel has collaborated with National Geographic since 2007.
For more information about National Geographic’s 2015 programs, visit 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 travel programs, National Geographic Student Expeditions combine the best of outdoor adventure, cultural immersion, community service, and hands-on, project-based learning.
Over the years, National Geographic has made a name for itself by telling stories through photography, writing, film, and research. Now, it’s your turn. Dig deeper into a region’s landscape and culture to develop your own story through research, photography, or hands-on field activities. Choose from our five types of programs — expeditions, conservation in action trips, photo workshops, community service trips and our new on campus program at the University of Colorado at Boulder. On each program, you’ll pursue a project in an area of interest and experience what it’s like to be on assignment for National Geographic. That could mean creating a slideshow presentation, a field guide, or a portfolio of photographs. At the end of the trip, you’ll share what you’ve created with your group and then will have the opportunity to submit your materials to be published on the National Geographic website
National Geographic experts — researchers, explorers and storytellers who have pursued their passions and become leaders in their fields — join each expedition, conservation in action trip, photography workshop, and on campus program. And every one of our programs is guided by seasoned trip leaders passionate about sharing their love of travel with high school students. As students explore, their expert and leaders will share their insights and experiences, and inspire with their passion for the places discovered together.
Take a look at our 2015 National Geographic Student Expeditions.
CONSERVATION IN ACTION
For more information about National Geographic’s 2015 programs, visit