Programs in the United States

Programs in the United States

Teacher-Led Trips in the United States

Rustic Pathways has been operating programs in the United States since 2006. One theme each of our United States programs shares is the idea of home. Some students work with refugee children who are assimilating into a new home, some help the residents of New Orleans rebuild their homes, and some learn to feel at home amid the vast natural beauty of our national parks. International students gain new perspectives about the United States, and American students often feel as though they are really getting to know their home country for the first time.

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Help Houston rebuild after the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey.

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$2,075 plus Airfare
7 Days
20 Service Hours

Discover marine ecological systems in the Florida Keys.

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$2,255 plus Airfare
7 Days
0 Service Hours

Explore the beautiful, diverse landscape of California.

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$2,465 plus Airfare
7 Days
10 Service Hours
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Experience New Orleans culture and help with the ongoing Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts.

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$1,725 plus Airfare
5 Days
16 Service Hours
The United States is as beautiful and diverse as any country in the world. Explore the last frontier of Alaska or California’s vast national parks. Experience the vibrant energy and sounds of New Orleans or the history and complexity of the nation’s capitol in Washington, D.C. Whatever you choose, our programs in the states will challenge and surprise even the most experienced traveler. – Kate Lubina, United States Country Director

Quote by: A native of Southern California, Kate is at home near the ocean with her feet in the water. She graduated from the University of Southern California with a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences and a master of science in global medicine. Kate gained a passion for community health and Latin American culture while spending a semester in Nicaragua. Kate used this background on our Life in the Bateyes and Public Health programs in the Dominican Republic before becoming director of our United States operations.