The Experiment in International Living

The Experiment in International Living†has been the leader in international education and experiential learning for high school students for more than 85 years. On our two- to six- week summer abroad programs to 26 countries, students¬†explore the world through hands-on experiences and homestays in local communities through the lens of a specific theme. Each year, hundreds of students come away from The Experiment with invaluable cultural, leadership, language, and college-prep skills that help them thrive in diverse environments.†
Today, The Experiment is the flagship program of World Learning Inc. (worldlearning.org). Over the decades, World Learning Inc. has built on The Experiment's success to become a thriving global organization made up of The Experiment in International Living, School for International Training (SIT), and World Learning, a nonprofit that runs our global development and exchange programs.


Activities: Animals, Broadcast Journalism, College Prep, Community Service, Culinary, Environmental Science, History, International Studies, Journalism, Languages, Leadership, Life Skills, Marine Biology, Marine Science, Pre-College, Assorted Adventures, Backpacking, Community Service, Cultural Studies, Environmental, Hiking, Horseback Riding, International Camp, Kayaking, Marine Studies, Photography, Sailing, Snorkeling, Trekking, Arts and Crafts, Africa, Argentina, Asia, Caribbean, Central America, Central America, College Prep, Europe, Leadership/Community Service, Middle East, South America, Teen tour, United States.

INFORMATION

The Experiment in International Living
1015 15th ST NW, #900
Washington, DC  20005
Phone: 1.800.345.2929
Toll Free-Phone: 1.800.345.2929
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Type: Travel
Gender: Coed
Capacity: 12 students/program
Age Range: 15-18
Camp Owner: World Learning
Camp Director: Aaron Morehouse
Year Camp Established: 1932

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