“Partnerships are foundational to EF’s transformative travel experiences. We collaborate with leading organizations and subject-matter experts who prioritize education, hands-on learning, and inspiring students and educators through travel.”

–Brennen Jenkins, Director of Partnerships and Educational Affairs

We embrace a different way of learning–one that harnesses a uniquely Canadian cultural lens.
Our partnerships share this dedication to providing impactful, immersive learning opportunities.
As such, we welcome new partnerships with organizations that prioritize “The Three E’s”:

EF tours Subject-specific Learning

Empowering students

Fostering personal growth and community engagement in students through expert-designed programming, which accelerates and amplifies the learning process.

EF tours Skill Development

Educational Impact 

Ensuring that our curriculum-based programming is relevant, inclusive, and develops the skills future employers identify as essential, including adaptability, collaboration, and problem solving.

EF tours Career Exploration

Experiential Learning 

Embracing diverse learning approaches, nurturing models which cater to students' dynamic needs while welcoming innovative, partner-driven educational tools and programs.

Juno Beach Centre

The Juno Beach Centre is Canada’s only museum on the D-Day Landing Beaches in Normandy, France. It is Canada’s Second World War Museum and cultural centre, paying homage to the 45,000 Canadians who lost their lives during the War, while chronicling our country’s role in preserving the freedoms we enjoy today. Together, we collaborate on the design and execution of immersive, educational programming for Canadian educators and youth in Europe.

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Canadian Museum for Human Rights 

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is the first museum in history solely dedicated to the evolution, celebration, and future of human rights. Together, we collaborate to provide both human rights and leadership-focused programming, conducted through the museum itself as well as travel to sites of interest in and around Manitoba.

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Ontario Institute for Studies in Education

The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) is affiliated with the University of Toronto and has a world-renowned reputation for innovative education research and pedagogical practices. OISE is committed to serving Canada, and the wider world, by pursuing its fundamental mandates of research, teaching, learning, and partnerships. EF collaborates with the OISE office of Continuing and Professional Learning on travel-based and experiential initiatives for educators.

Nobel Prize Museum

The Nobel Prize Museum is located in Stockholm, Sweden, and showcases the discoveries and creativity of the Nobel Prize laureates. Together, we collaborate to build exciting opportunities for students to pursue bold goals, take risks, and dare to think differently. And when they do, their work could be exhibited right next to those of Nobel Prize winners in the Nobel Prize Museum.

Churchill Northern Studies Centre

The Churchill Northern Studies Centre (CNSC) is a leading STEM research station and education facility in Canada's sub-Arctic. Home to many species, including the migration of approximately 1,000 polar bears each summer, Churchill is located in the Auroral Oval–a prime destination to view the northern lights, visible in Churchill up to 300 nights each year.

EF Educational Tours and CNSC’s new program explores the themes of environmental sustainability, conservation, and ecology by using the CNSC as a home base, with many opportunities for further exploration in and around Churchill.

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Canadian Student Leadership Association

The Canadian Student Leadership Association (CSLA) supports and encourages student and educator leadership in Canada. The national association organizes programs and events for its member schools, including their signature annual Canadian Student Leadership Conference, which reaches 550 youth and 150 educators from across the country. Together, we collaborate to produce new opportunities for Canadian students and educators to demonstrate leadership as global citizens.

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