Tag: Student Travel

Jissaura, one of the previous winners of the scholarship, exploring LA.

Win $1,000 and 7 Free Nights to Travel the USA, Age 18-30!

Help share this grant to support newer travelers who have financial need! In the ten years I’ve run Teaching Traveling and worked in global education, I’ve become further and further impressed by the work that HI USA does to support […]

/ January 19, 2020
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Festivities of San Fermin (Running of the Bulls) Pamplona, Spain.

Cheap Europe Trips for Teachers by Chaperoning, Budgets, and Deals

Though travel grants for teachers are great, don’t forget that there are other ways to affordably see the world. Let’s hear from an expert teacher traveler, Todd Simon, about how he’s been able to explore Europe by tacking independent travel […]

/ July 3, 2019
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Enjoying a Beijing tea tasting with EF Tours

Free Educational Tours: TEACH Fellowship and EF, Bahrain to Beijing

Teachers travel free on educational tours with the TEACH Fellowship and EF Tours! Learn about how in this interview about trips from Bahrain to Beijing, China.

/ February 4, 2019
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Boston Museum of Science electricity

Ever Considered Museum Jobs in STEM Education?

Teaching Traveling: There are numerous career paths in STEM education, but what about museum jobs? Today, we welcome experienced educator, Sharon Horrigan, from Boston’s Museum of Science. Sharon, tell us about yourself. Sharon doing a liquid nitrogen demonstration at the […]

/ December 3, 2018
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A view of Paris from Notre Dame Cathedral.

6 Teacher Travel Grants for History and Social Studies Educators

Teacher travel grants for History and Social Studies educators: 6 funded global education programs, including trips to Europe to research WWI & WWII heroes.

/ October 20, 2018
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White Water Rafting in Costa Rica: Responsible Adventure Travel!

So proud of the adventure travel of my former student, Steph! Teaching Traveling: Curious about easy, responsible ways to do group travel or adventure travel? It’s my thrill to introduce my former student, Steph Alexandre, who just took a trip […]

/ January 28, 2018
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