IPERC offers short-term exchange programs that take international students and their teachers around the world. During each visit, students and teachers visit IPERC partner schools and participate in a shadowing program with domestic students. Included in each visit are sightseeing, sister school visits, language training, cultural exploration, STEM courses, and host family activities.
IPERC works with schools and educators to host two-week summer camps for international students who seek to both study and travel. Students spend the weekdays taking courses taught by licensed educators in ESL, STEAM, Music, and Art. On the weekends, students enjoy time with their peers sightseeing, participating in educational field trips, and going on host family visits.
MULTICULTURAL SUMMER CAMP
Each summer, IPERC hosts several multicultural summer camps that unite students from around the world. During camp, domestic students serve as ambassadors to our visiting students and join them in academic activities, educational travel, and leisure-based excursions. Participating students will have the opportunity to make new friends, build their resume, learn about other cultures, and earn service hours.
Each year, IPERC hosts professional development trips that bring together educators from around the world to collaborate with other educators. During these trips, educators attend workshops held at K-12 schools and universities to learn about curriculum development, assessment, STEM education, leadership development, and inquiry-based learning.