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GEEO Teacher Travel Programs

A TechnicallyInvisible Guest Blogger, Kelly Carney shares….

GEEO Teacher Travel Programs


Travel the world, earn professional development credit, and bring global understanding into your classroom!

If you are looking to travel this summer you may want to take a look at This non-profit organization is dedicated to helping educators travel.

GEEO group at Iguassu Falls

Understanding the world today has never been more important to America’s future. For most of us, that understanding begins at an early age, in thousands of classrooms across the United States. From the cacophony of mid-town Manhattan to the remoteness of western Montana, students are looking to their teachers for knowledge about a world that is not yet part of their own lived experience. By spending time abroad, forming international relationships and exploring overseas environments, teachers gain fresh perspectives that deeply enrich their students’ learning and global awareness.

GEEO believes encouraging teachers to travel is the best way to equip American youth with the knowledge needed to ensure a strong, positive global role for America in the future. Teachers often have the time and the desire to travel; we will help to make sure they can afford it.

Winter Peru 2015 to 2016 Michael Knepper Machu Picchu group shot

GEEO runs subsidized trips all over the world! There’s still time to book your trip with GEEO before the June 1st deadline – the following trips currently have spots available:

Bali/Lombok, Bangkok to Hanoi, Costa Rica, Eastern Europe, The Galapagos Islands, Iceland, India/Nepal, Southern India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Morocco, Myanmar (Burma), Peruvian Amazon, Peruvian Andes, Portugal/Spain, Heart of the Silk Road, Southern Africa, Turkey, Vietnam/Cambodia, Western Balkans, Morocco (Winter Break), The Philippines (Winter Break) and Mt. Kilimanjaro (Winter Break).

For more information about these programs, please visit
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