A visit to the heartland of inventions that changed the way we live in 21st century and witnessed “Overnight Millionaires” through venture capitalism is a dream come true for todays’ youth.
Standard Program Components
- Day Long visit to Silicon valley
- Guided Visit to Stanford University and Intel Museum
- San Francisco
- Fisherman’s Wharf
- Golden Gate Bridge
- Alcatraz Bay Cruise
- Union Square
- Los Angeles
- Hollywood Celebrity Homes
- Beverly Hills
- Griffith Observatory
- Universal Studios
- One night outing at Yosemite National Park
- Add Seattle or Grand Canyon Rafting as an option
During this experience the students visit Silicon Valley, the hub of technological innovation and change governing our lives today.
The aim is to inspire young minds to look at the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship. The whole experience is interwoven as visits to museums with interactive workshops, interactions with the industry stalwarts and exploring Stanford University, learning institution for promoting innovation and creative thinking.
Yosemite National Park
A unique opportunity of an overnight camp at Yosemite National Park or rafting through the scenic far western section of Grand Canyon.
Learning to create balance between preservation & exploitation, 100 years of efforts to preserve nature for future generations through National Parks can be very well learnt by living there.
LOS ANGELES – HOLLYWOOD, DISNEYLAND & UNIVERSAL
Visit the entertainment capital of the world, enjoy your evening at rodeo drive, sunset strip and Beverley Hills , take a walk of fame on Hollywood Boulevard. Enjoy Universal Studio and Disney World and live you life for three days like you have never lived before.
The home of Microsoft and one of the most beautiful cities in the US.
Visit one of the most beautiful cities of the USA – Seattle known for having insole juncture of outdoor & Urban pleasure. Visit Boeing, Museum of flight, University of Washington. Know more about Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and get an bird’s view of the city from Columbia Center Sky View Observatory.
A gorge of the Colorado river, the Grand Canyon is considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.
Visit the South Rim of the Grand Canyon and go to Hermit’s Point, with several overlooks into the Canyon including Mohave Point, Hopi Point and Powell Memorial.
With lots of opportunities to buy native Indian artifacts and jewelry, hike into the canyon, visit ancient Ruins and learn about the geology of the Canyon, students will have plenty to learn in the canyon.
A minimum of 3 days/2 nights is required for the Grand Canyon visit.