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What if we traveled to learn?

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Traditional study abroad, voluntourism and even international service learning are often* a form of neo-colonialism. When privileged (mostly white) students and others travel to previously colonized nations it is usually with the intention of ‘helping’ even though they are ill-equipped and have no real skills to offer. These models create dependency on the part of […]

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Our Way Forward

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We are travelers who have found ourselves at a crossroads. For us, traveling is not about seeing the sights, but connecting with the people that live differently than we do. We understand the power of educational travel experiences and how it can (but does not always) uniquely supercharge a person’s personal growth. We have come […]