Julianna Brown, 16, from Mystic, Conn., placed second with her photo, “Anticipation,” and will receive a $250 gift certificate to the National Geographic Store. The judges, who were top National Geographic photographers and photo editors, had the challenging task of evaluating the entries and selecting the winning image and the two runners-up. The National Geographic London Photography Workshop in which Lijah will participate is a unique, 12-day program where students have the opportunity to learn technical and creative photography techniques from a National Geographic photographer and professional photography instructors.
National Geographic Student Expeditions is a part of National Geographic Expeditions, the travel program of the National Geographic Society. NGSE offers in-depth travel experiences for high school students, combining education and adventure in some of the world’s most fascinating places. In addition to the London Photo Workshop, NGSE is introducing two new student photo workshops in Paris and San Francisco in 2013, each led by a top National Geographic photographer.
Also in 2013, to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the National Geographic Society, NGSE has crafted three special expeditions that offer students the opportunity to take part in ongoing research and conservation efforts, working alongside local scientists and National Geographic grantees. Brazil’s Amazon and Pantanal (19 days): Students will delve into the biodiversity hotspots of the Amazon rain forest, the Pantanal floodplains and the Atlantic Forest, exploring by horseback, boat and foot.
Belize (12 days): Students will snorkel or scuba dive the world’s second-largest barrier reef, explore the world-famous Great  Blue Hole and work alongside biologists to survey marine species, while learning the art of underwater photography. Namibia (21 days): Student will focus on wildlife conservation, working with grantees who are involved in National Geographic’s Big Cats Initiative. NGSE will continue to offer its popular programs to Peru, Alaska, Australia, Ecuador and the Galapagos, Tanzania and other destinations in 2013.
NGSE offers a scholarship program for high school students seeking educational summer experiences who could not otherwise afford them. WASHINGTON (April 17, 2012)—National Geographic Student Expeditions has announced the winners of the 2012 Student Photo Contest. Lijah Hanley, a sophomore from Ridgefield, Wash., placed second and will receive a $250 gift certificate to the National Geographic Store. The finalists’ images span the spectrum from landscape to animals to people and illustrate the creativity and enthusiasm with which teenagers explore their world. The National Geographic London Photography Workshop in which Brooks will participate is a unique, 12-day program where students have the opportunity to learn technical and creative photography techniques from a National Geographic photographer and professional photography instructors. National Geographic Student Expeditions, the high-school student travel program of the National Geographic Society, was founded on the same belief in the importance of exploration that has been the hallmark of the Society’s 124-year history.
National Geographic Student Expeditions, the student travel programme for the National Geographic Society, has launched a student photography competition. Proceeds from our student expeditions help fund the National Geographic Society's core mission programs. Madeline Goldberg, 18, from Avon, Connecticut, placed second for her video about the Hands on Hartford organization and the profound impact that service can have on one’s life.
National Geographic Travel is the travel arm of the National Geographic Society, one of the world’s largest nonprofit scientific and educational organizations, founded in 1888. Last year, the organizers received more than 22,000 entries from over 150 countries, with professional photographers and amateur photo enthusiasts across the globe participating.
The Qualification Period of April has started and the numbers of the third edition of The Fresh Connection APICS Global Student Challenge increased further as almost 2380 students from almost 570 universities representing more than 70 countries registered for the Challenge!
11, 2013)—National Geographic Student Expeditions has announced the winners of its second annual Student Photo Contest. Third place went to Emily Watson, 18, of Oklahoma City for “The Freedom Side.” She will receive a $100 gift certificate to the National Geographic Store. I have waded waist deep down raging rivers, stood on the edge of the ocean’s cliffs and hiked deep into the mountains at sunrise in search of that perfect shot,” said Lijah. Students were asked to submit a photograph that conveys what exploration or adventure means to them, along with a written description of the “moment” captured and how it reflects a sense of exploration or adventure.


The workshop is one of National Geographic Student Expeditions’ high school summer programs, offering students summer adventures of a lifetime.
Offering trips to more than 60 destinations across seven continents, National Geographic Expeditions features small-ship expeditions, land journeys, active adventures, family trips, photography workshops and expeditions, and more. 4, 2012)—National Geographic Student Expeditions (NGSE) announces its second annual National Geographic Student Photo Contest. Students have the choice of four types of programs: expeditions, field workshops, community service trips and photography workshops, ranging from 11 days to three weeks. They will then join scientists to track and monitor the endangered golden lion tamarin in the jungles north of Rio de Janeiro. They will help track and monitor cheetahs and leopards and take part in rhino protection efforts.
The program creates opportunities for students from diverse backgrounds and enhances the group dynamic and learning opportunities for all students. Offering trips to more than 60 destinations across seven continents, National Geographic Expeditions features land programs, family programs, small-ship expeditions, land journeys, active adventures, family trips, photography workshops and expeditions, and more. Despite modern distractions and technology, a love of nature and adventure as well as interests in other cultures and closely observing the world are common threads in the images and descriptions.
The workshop is one of National Geographic Student Expeditions’ high school summer programs, offering students summer adventures of a lifetime.
National Geographic Student Expeditions offers student travel trips to 20 destinations across six of the seven continents. Offering trips to more than 60 destinations across seven continents, National Geographic Expeditions features land programs, family programs, small-ship expeditions in conjunction with Lindblad Expeditions, and photography workshops and expeditions. Be sure to check back here, follow us on facebook, or sign up for enews to make sure you don’t miss the big news! By traveling with us, you are helping support our grantees and explorers in their efforts to preserve species and habitats, protect cultures, and advance understanding of our incredible planet. 23, 2015)—National Geographic Student Expeditions has announced the winners of its Your World in Focus video contest, which asked high school students to create videos showing how they’ve made an impact through community service work. It is crucial to share your experiences with those around you and to expand awareness in your own community,” said Viragh. These students are finding creative ways to make a positive impact in the world, and we couldn’t be more excited to showcase their projects,” said Deb Harris, director of National Geographic Student Travel. The National Geographic Student Expedition in which Viragh will participate is a community service program based in an agricultural village in Nepal, which provides students with the opportunity to work alongside members of the local community.
After the success of last year, the Great Global Adventure by AXA has launched round two, with the same international experience prize and an even better game. Entries were judged on three criteria: the quality of photography, the extent to which the photograph conveyed a sense of exploration or adventure, and the quality of the accompanying description and its relationship to the photograph. The trips are often accompanied by National Geographic experts whose insider perspectives enrich each travel experience.
The contest invites high school students to submit a photo that conveys what exploration, discovery or adventure means to them with a 100-word written description of the moment captured and why it was significant. On expeditions and field workshops, students discover new landscapes and cultures through “On Assignment” projects that allow them to focus on specific interests such as photography, conservation, filmmaking and archaeology. The trip also includes getting to know Bushmen and their traditions, and sandboarding on Namib Desert dunes. The three winning photographs along with the 25 additional finalists’ images can be viewed on the Student Photo Contest Winners page.
Each National Geographic Student Expeditions travel program is joined by top-tier experts, including anthropologists, biologists, explorers, naturalists, photographers, filmmakers and historians and is led by a team of dynamic trip leaders. The trips are accompanied by National Geographic experts whose insider perspectives enrich each travel experience.


Third place went to Katie Curran, 17, from Pocasset, Massachusetts, for her video on a civics and leadership program she created for middle school students. After spending time with villagers in Talmarang, the group will go on a mini-trek to a Buddhist monastery, support elephant conservation efforts in Chitwan National Park and explore the bustling city of Katmandu. National Geographic Traveler (eight issues per year) is the world’s most widely read travel magazine and has 17 international editions.
His winning photo, “No Boundaries,” was taken on a family drive to The Dalles, Ore., to enjoy a picnic under the stars.
In 2009, he was selected to be part of the National Geographic Kids Hands-On Explorer Challenge to Peru, which he calls his “greatest adventure thus far.” Last year, Lijah was the second-place winner in the Student Expeditions Photo Contest. All proceeds support the Society’s aim of increasing global understanding through exploration, geography, education and research. The grand prize is a summer 2013 London Photography Workshop, including round-trip airfare and program tuition, valued at approximately $7,250. With the guidance of dynamic trip leaders and a National Geographic expert, students break into teams to pursue their projects, which can range from a short story to a photography portfolio to a documentary film or a wildlife study.
Brooks has won a spot in the Summer 2012 London Photography Workshop, which includes round-trip airfare and program tuition and is valued at approximately $6,500. The entries were judged based on three criteria: the quality of photography, the extent to which the photograph captured the essence of exploration and discovery, and the quality of the accompanying description and its relationship to the photograph.
On each program, students select an On Assignment project that allows them to focus on a specific topic, such as Photography, Wildlife & Conservation, Filmmaking, Archaeology and Community Service. All proceeds support the Society’s aim of increasing global understanding through exploration, geography, education and research. Her winning video highlighted the work of the Mandalay-LA program she founded in partnership with Phaung Daw Oo Monastic School in Myanmar. The trip is one of National Geographic Student Expeditions’ high school programs, offering students summer adventures of a lifetime. National Geographic Expeditions, the travel program of the Society, offers a variety of unique travel experiences led by top experts to more than 60 destinations across all seven continents. He has won a trip to London this summer to participate in the National Geographic Student Expeditions London Photography Workshop.
The second- and third-place winners will receive gift certificates to the National Geographic Store for $250 and $100, respectively. She has won a trip to Nepal this summer to participate in a National Geographic Student Expeditions community service program, along with a $500 grant for the Mandalay-LA project. With a variety of community service trips and expeditions, there are many ways for students to work with local communities around the world this summer — and students are invited to apply now. Travel opportunities include family and student expeditions, active adventures, private jet trips and voyages on the six expedition ships in the National Geographic-Lindblad fleet, as well as photography workshops, expeditions and seminars. Three types of student travel programs are available, and each provides a unique learning experience.
Destinations include domestic locations such as Alaska, Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Canyon.
International trip destinations include the Galapagos, Cambodia, Buenos Aires, London, Iceland, Australia, Peru, Tanzania, China and more.
National Geographic Student Expeditions strives to maintain immersive educational and cultural experiences through its specialty travel programs to unique locations worldwide.



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