U.S. Based Service Learning Trips for High School Students

Our domestic based service-learning trips allow high school students to begin to understand and tackle the social issues facing some of this country’s most prominent cities.  From housing and homelessness in our nation's Capital to participating in a project involving Tribal Communities and Native American Reservations in Arizona, teens will gain valuable insights on how they can make a difference in their own country through our purposeful service-learning programs around the U.S.  During every school trip, there is a daily emphasis placed on intentional guided reflection and group discussions for our teenage groups. After the travel experience, participating students can then use our “Global Steward: Analysis and Action Plan” to take what they’ve learned and proactively adapt it in the future to benefit communities both at home and overseas.

WorldStrides Domestic Service Learning Catalog
WorldStrides Domestic Service Learning Catalog
Download our Domestic Service Learning Catalog to learn more about programs offered in 11 U.S.-based cities, each showcasing real-world solutions to real-world problems.

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