SERVICE-LEARNING | GROUP TRIPS TO BERMUDA
Group Volunteering, Cultural Exchange and Study Tours
As we are happy to send our Future Leaders all over the world to engage in cultural exchange, skills development and service-learning, we also invite our partners overseas to come and experience Bermuda.
Future Leaders Bermuda can offer bespoke itineraries for overseas groups visiting Bermuda for the purposes of volunteering, service-learning and cultural immersion. With the benefit of our local partners, we can ensure your group finds the right balance between cultural exploration & education, service to the community, and safe, local fun - the Bermudian way!
These experiences allow us to reciprocate the hospitality afforded to our very own Future Leaders as they travel globally, right here at home - all whilst boosting relationships, cultural exchange, and helping the local community!
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The Brandon Hall School Story
A group of 12 students from Brandon Hall School Atlanta recently visited the island, where they were hosted by Future Leaders Bermuda. The visit followed the attendance of Future Leaders at Brandon Hall's Global Young Leaders in Action Program in Atlanta earlier in the year.
Throughout their week long visit, the Brandon Hall students engaged in numerous community service and cultural activities, including feeding the homeless and assisting at the Salvation Army’s Emergency Housing Complex, engaging in local culinary and history tours, and participating in the International Gombey Festival.
Activities | Sample Itinerary
Beach Cleanup "Keep Bermuda Beautiful" Activity
Study Tours & Exploration
Service-Learning & Voluntourism
Mural Painting - International Gombey Festival
African Diaspora Heritage Trail - Historical Tour
Visit us at Future Leaders Bermuda for your school trip, study group, voluntouring or cultural exploration needs!
If you or your organisation would like to partner with our Future Leaders, we would be happy to coordinate your itinerary and arrange your hosting or travel needs.
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