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student travel

Insights From the Virtual Travel Impact Challenge
January 19, 2021

If anyone knows the impact student travel has, it’s students themselves. Last December, Your Big Year—a partner of SYTA—brought together 100 young people from around the globe to participate in a four-day virtual think tank called the Virtual Travel Impact Challenge. Online programming and events encouraged young people to discuss the current benefits and challenges […]

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Roundtable Recap: Discussing the Past, Present and Future of Student Travel
December 4, 2020

The year’s end is often a time for reflecting on the recent past and looking forward to the future. And in 2020, there may be more to ponder than ever before. SYTA has been diving deep into these issues as everyone in the travel industry works together to navigate through the Pandemic. We are hosting […]

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Student Travel Business Barometer 2019 Annual Report Released
August 20, 2020

The First International Data Report for the Student Group Travel Industry Provides Key Benchmarks for Recovery Arlington, Virginia: Student & Youth Travel Association (SYTA), the international professional trade association promoting student and youth travel, and BONARD, an independent market research company, have just released their Student Travel Business Barometer 2019 Annual Report. This is the […]

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Are You the Next Educator Profile for ‘Teach & Travel’?
July 28, 2020

Educators are key players in giving students the opportunity to venture to places they’ve never been and seeing the world from a whole new perspective. That’s why in every issue of Teach & Travel, you’ll find an educator profile—showcasing an educator who has traveled with students! From an educator who found the passion for student […]

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The Top 10 Things Traveling Teachers Should Know
July 1, 2020

My travels to 50 states, seven continents and 89 countries have taught me many lessons—some learned the hard way, through trial and error. When I started my world adventures, friends and colleagues weren’t frequent travelers, so I couldn’t rely on them for advice. As I explored and learned, I vowed to share my knowledge to […]

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