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Proactive Approach for Potential Government Shutdown

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As U.S. lawmakers work to finalize a budget deal and avert a government shutdown on Friday, April 28, WorldStrides continues to take a proactive approach to prepare for any potential disruptions in Washington, D.C. At this time, we’re glad to see that an imminent shutdown…

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Spring Break With WorldStrides Excel Programs

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Spring Break – a week long break for students and players of all ages to unwind and enjoy the burgeoning spring season. For WorldStrides Excel Programs, Spring Break means one of the most rewarding times of the year. This year, we sent 20 Olympic development…

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Student Reflects On The Loss of Her Father After Visiting National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial

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12-year-old Savanna Arruda recently traveled to Washington, D.C., with her classmates. While there, she visited the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. The visit was very personal for Savanna, who lost her father, Deputy Michael Arruda, in the line of duty in 2004. His name appears…

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Risk Management Advisory Memo: Executive Order Travel Ban

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In light of uncertainty around the roll-out of President Trump’s recent travel bans, WorldStrides released guidance to its university clients in the Capstone division about upcoming international travel. Most programs and customers are not affected by the executive order, but international students traveling outside the…

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WorldStrides Participates In NCAA Final Four

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WorldStrides had a significant hand in presenting the National Anthem at the Men’s and Women’s Final Four over the weekend. Sky’s the Limit Productions, a division of WorldStrides OnStage, provided production assistance for the National Anthem ahead of the games. Our participation didn’t end there,…

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Social Sarah: 3 Ways To Use Facebook Live With Your WorldStrides Program

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One of the newest trends in social media is the ability to “go live” and share what you’re up to. Facebook Live makes it especially easy for you to broadcast to your friends. While it’s a great tool for giving a peek at the dinner…

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WorldStrides – Informing and Supporting Ford’s Theatre

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On March 2, the WorldStrides Curriculum and Academics Team was joined by three Washington, D.C., Course Leaders to collaborate with the Education Team at Ford’s Theatre. Ford’s Theatre’s Associate Director of Interpretive Resources, David McKenzie, requested the focus group knowing that WorldStrides is a top…

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Introducing Our 2017-2018 Choreographers!

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If you’re anything like us, you can’t wait for the summer to watch Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance. The show brings contemporary dance to the homes and hearts of many. We tune in episode after episode to be inspired by the choreography and…

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9 Interesting St. Patrick’s Day Facts

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Every March 17, countries around the world celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in observance of the death of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland credited for bringing Christianity to the country. Initially a religious feast day in the 17th century, St. Patrick’s…

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5 Notes about Carl Strommen’s Latest Composition, “Atlas Rising”

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WorldStrides OnStage has the pleasure of working with renowned composer and arranger Carl Strommen. Carl Strommen has been a favorite instrumental adjudicator at our New York Heritage Festival for years. Each year, band directors traveling to a bowl game or parade event with WorldStrides OnStage receive…

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