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Will High School Study Abroad Experience Improve College Admissions Outcomes?
Will High School Study Abroad Experience Improve College Admissions Outcomes?

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There are hundreds of opportunities available to college-bound high school students looking to spend their summer months in productive ways: pre-college academic enrichment programs, science and tech programs, internship programs, and, of course, high school study abroad programs. For every opportunity, there are good reasons to invest time (and money) in that experience. There are… Read More

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Sustainable Summer Announces 5-Week High School Film Internship in Ecuador
Sustainable Summer Announces 5-Week High School Film Internship in Ecuador

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Brooklyn, NY, April 18th, 2013 – Sustainable Summer, an environmental study abroad program, today announced a high school summer film internship opportunity to take place this summer in the South American country Ecuador. Sustainable Summer is run by the Brooklyn-based not-for-profit Sustainable Learning, which specializes in experience-based environmental education programs for teenagers. The organization is accepting applications… Read More

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New Environmentally-Focused Summer Abroad Program For High School Students to Launch This Summer
New Environmentally-Focused Summer Abroad Program For High School Students to Launch This Summer

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Summer Program for High School Students Combines Adventure Travel to South America with Sustainability Education Brooklyn, NY, April 18th, 2013 – Sustainable Summer, a new summer abroad program for high school students, will launch its first programs this June in the South American country Ecuador. The programs will provide teens from across the US with an… Read More

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New Website Host
New Website Host

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UPDATE: Thursday, April 25, 2013 – Issue has been resolved and the migration to our new website host is complete. Sorry for any inconvenience. UPDATE: Friday April 19, 2013 – Last week, we migrated sustainablesummer.org to a new web host. There are still a few kinks being worked out. If you get a “security error,”… Read More

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Why We Travel
Why We Travel

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The ride from Santo Domingo started off fine enough, but eventually the 90-degree heat and humidity, diesel fumes, and constant throttling and bouncing started to grate on me. At the 3-hour mark, my head was splitting and I was relieved when we pulled into the bus station in the town of Chone. I was there… Read More

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Sustainably Thankful
Sustainably Thankful

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This morning I heard on the radio that the average American will travel something like 500 miles for Thanksgiving. That may seem like a considerable distance, particularly for those people braving the pre-holiday traffic today, but it’s quite likely some of the items on your Thanksgiving menu have traveled even further to reach your table…. Read More

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