This week’s #TravelTipTuesday is designed to help those families who stay and vacation in the host city of their student’s Summit. Take a look at some great resources for finding a perfect place to stay and discovering all the must-see attractions each city has to offer.
Don your scrubs and grab your stethoscope because today we’re checking out our Medicine and Health Care Summits at Johns Hopkins University. Students will learn the tools of the trade, solve a medical mystery, and make lifelong friends during their 9-day experience at this world-renowned institution.
In just a few short months, Ambassador Leaders’ students will make the trek to Cambridge and Boston for the Leadership in Action Summits at Harvard University. Read more as we share some uniquely Harvard facts, highlight the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum and M.I.T., and head out on a cruise of Boston Harbor.
Founded in 1636, Harvard is America’s oldest institution of higher learning. Students who attend one of the four Leadership in Action Summits at Harvard will be immersed in not just the history of a university, but the history of a nation. Join us as we virtually tour the Cambridge campus and check out other highlights from the Summits at Harvard.
Why, you ask, attending a Leadership Summit is a great idea? Besides helping you become a more effective leader, travel alone has long-term benefits for students. Research shows that if you travel when you're a student, you gain some big advantages in terms of leadership, academic performance and college admissions. Now, studies also show that the benefits don't stop there – you'll do better in your career and earn more.