Each year is jam-packed with educational travel opportunities.
Throughout the summer and school year, Freedom Fellows are on the road. Each summer, Freedom Fellows travel to a college campus for a college immersion week and participate in one of our three camping trips for hands-on history and outdoor fun.
During the school year, Freedom Fellows travel with the Freedom Project during Spring Break to North Carolina, during Fall Break to Atlanta, and participate in gender-specific weekend retreats, as well as day trips to a variety of places like the B.B. King Museum, the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas in New Orleans, and the Natural History Museum and Medgar Evers Home in Jackson.
We know that exposing our students to as many different people, places, cultures, and experiences is a key part of their growth into socially conscious young leaders.