As Thanksgiving approaches, we at Expeditions in Education are feeling extra thankful for the incredible journey we've been on since our start in 2020. Sitting down to reflect on the past few years, it's amazing to see how far we've come, and it's all thanks to the incredible support we've received from our community.
Our adventure with the National Parks Expedition Challenge has been nothing short of extraordinary. We've visited over 150 national parks, capturing their beauty and essence to bring into classrooms nationwide. A special shout-out to the park rangers who shared their knowledge and passion with students from all corners of the country.
Then there’s our Crossing America project with the National Park Foundation. It’s been an amazing experience connecting with kids in over 46 states and even some other countries, turning education into an adventure of discovery. We're so grateful for the schools that welcomed us and the national parks that allowed us to share their wonders through live broadcasts.
Our STEAM in the PARK events have also been a highlight. These events, attended by over 600 campers in the past three years, wouldn’t have been possible without the amazing parks that helped us turn these ideas into reality.
We owe a huge thank you to the students, teachers, schools, and communities who've supported us. Your belief in our mission has been the driving force behind our work.
Looking ahead to 2024, we're filled with excitement and anticipation for what's to come. With your continued support, the possibilities are endless.
This Thanksgiving, we're reminded of Helen Keller’s words, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” This sentiment resonates deeply with us at Expeditions in Education. It’s not just about what we’ve achieved, but about the legacy of knowledge and inspiration we’re building together.
So, this Thanksgiving, we want to express our deepest gratitude to you all. Thank you for being part of our journey. Here’s to more adventures and shared learning in the future!