Nearly 4,000 educators have traveled with GEEO since we ran our first programs in 2008. We have had an overwhelmingly positive response to the quality and value of the life-changing experiences that we provide.
To read comments from past travelers, please feel free to visit Great Nonprofits, a website that reviews non-profit organizations.
Please contact us if you would like to communicate with some of our former participants for a reference.
Articles about GEEO
Here are a few articles about GEEO and the adventures that our participants have had:
- Click here to read an article in the New Jersey Education Association Review about two trips Darcey Brooten took with GEEO.
- Click here to read about the GEEO travel experience, by Kid World Citizen.
- Click here to read an article published by the California Teachers Association about Barbara Summey’s travels to Morocco in 2015.
- Click here to read about Mark Anderson’s trip to Peru in 2012, featured in EdCal.
- Click here to read about Stella Evans and Jill Szymanski’s trip to Vietnam in 2012, featured in DSEA Action! on page 24 of the October 2012 issue.
- Click here to read about Martha Hutson’s trip to Southern Africa in 2010, featured on Mississippi College’s website.
- Click here to read the The Importance of Learning About World Heritage (Making Connections) – Global Philadelphia Association.
- Click here to read an article in Mississippi Professional Educators about Ann Tuennerman's GEEO experiences.
- Click here to read about how Bill Mascari incorporated South American culture in his Spanish class.
- Click here to read about Caroline Sibley's Moroccan adventure with fellow K-12 educators, featured on UNC's website.
- Click here to read about Janet Matthews' experience in enigmatic Bhutan, as featured by the New York State English Council.
- Click here to read about Jill Kehoe's various travel experiences with GEEO, featured by the Chicago Teachers Union.
- Click here to read Pamela Greenstein's travelogue of her experience in Costa Rica, featured by Delta Kappa Gamma.