References & Media

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.