The health and safety of our students is,
and always will be, our highest priority.

As such, we are continuously evaluating all aspects of programs and may make changes to ensure that each program meets the most up-to-date health and safety standards. 

 To see how we’ve already updated our protocols call 844-320-0393 to speak with one of our advisors. 
To find answers to frequently asked questions, see our Health & Safety Commitment.

Explore your career with WorldStrides this summer

Whether your child dreams of innovating in technology, medicine, science, or engineering or shaping the future as a leader or activist, the perfect next step is to explore their future with a WorldStrides Career Exploration program. These programs offer students life-changing moments that will provide new ways to learn and grow while preparing them for a new and exciting career. 

Take advantage of the opportunity to enroll your child with a $400 credit toward a June session or a $200 credit toward a July or August session. Sign up below to get more information and to claim your tuition credit.

By submitting this form, I confirm that I am at least 13 years of age and provide my written consent for WorldStrides to contact me using email or telephone—including the use of automated technology and pre-recorded messages for calls to any wireless or residential telephone number I provide. This consent is not required to purchase goods or services.

National Young Scholars

$1,995 - $2,645 | June-July

  • Made for the next generation of changemakers and future activists and designed to provide a learning atmosphere that fosters leadership and forward-thinking for students in grades 2-4

  • Students are challenged to harness their creativity and kickstart their leadership skills to create a plan that will help build the future they envision

Pathways to STEM

$2,345 - $3,145 | June-July

  • Designed to help students in grades 3-5 develop and enhance their love of STEM with sessions held at over 20 locations across the country

  • Students build their own robots, role-play as medical interns, and apply math and science-based skills to solve a mystery

Junior National Young Leaders

$2,295 - $2,945 | June-July

  • Equips students in grades 5-6 with the opportunity to learn about influential figures in American history as they visit memorials and national monuments

  • Students practice leadership skills through hands-on activities and learn to discuss and collaborate on solutions for a better tomorrow

Explore STEM

$2,445 - $3,145 | June-August

  • Allows students in grades 6-8 to take their love of STEM to the next level
  • Students will explore career opportunities, hear from a former NASA Astronaut, and gain hands-on skills through simulations while planning for a "Mission to Mars"


$3,995 - $4,445 | June-July

  • Students in grades 9-11 expand and test their medical knowledge with interactive medical simulations, clinical rotations, and a visit to an accredited medical school
  • Students experience engaging medical curriculum and immersive seminars to discover their potential and explore the professional opportunities ahead of them

Game & Technology Academy

$2,345 - $2,545 | July

  • Created by game design experts with an accredited curriculum powered by George Mason University, this program offers students in grades 9-11 the chance to dive deeper and pursue their passions for gaming

  • With an insider's look at the game industry, new skills in the language of AI algorithms, exposure to 3D modeling and animation tools, and more, students explore their future career paths in the field of game design and programming

National Security

$3,045 - $3,295 | July

  • Created for students in grades 9-11 to discover their diplomatic potential and tap into their future in intelligence, foreign affairs, defense, and leadership while studying in the national security hub—Washington D.C.

  • Students hear directly from U.S. national security experts and learn the latest intelligence strategies as they hone their leadership skills and experience public service in action in a challenging simulation