A resourceful solution to a canceled field trip, registration is open now.  

Baltimore, Maryland — Expanding Boundaries International scheduled their first virtual Around The World Tour for 1:00 p.m. EST on May 9. The tour will include the following: the Republic of Bahrain, China, Ghana, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, and Pakistan. It will be a remarkable opportunity to take a peek at these countries and learn more about diversity.

“I am so excited to be able to keep some form of the event going and connect with everyone online! We originally planned to take the students on a field trip to foreign embassies in Washington, D.C. —because of everything that is going on right now, we had to cancel,” said Leticia Nortey, founder of Expanding Boundaries International. “This is our way of, hopefully, remedying the situation for our students until we can take the trip that we planned.”

In light of the recent pandemic, many organizations have had to adapt quickly. Social distancing has made it hard to advocate learning through travel. Expanding Boundaries International is proving that it will provide students with an education in diversity, no matter what the circumstances.

The Around the World Tour is a revolutionary way for students to connect, travel, and learn during the current social distance climate. Anyone is free to join, from anywhere in the world! Students can register for this event on the EBI website. Details on how to access the tour and how to connect will be sent out via email before it begins. Subsequent trips are in the works. The event is free; however, donations are welcome.

For further information, please contact:

Customer Support, 1-410-881-7449 – [email protected]

Alexis Kouser, EBI Communications Director – [email protected]


About EBI: Expanding Boundaries International is a nonprofit organization dedicated to diversifying and promoting international education for all students.

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