Nov. 16, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- People to People Ambassador Programs, the leader in global
experiences, is offering one creative student a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to participate on a 14-day international student travel adventure to
via a contest with Scholastic. Eligible students and fans of
The 39 Clues™
adventure series have until
December 3, 2012
to enter the Travel Adventures Essay Contest for a chance to explore the world like the Cahills, the brother and sister duo from the popular adventure novels.
"Our unique international student trips offer an immersive experience in culture and history just like the adrenaline-charged 39 Clues book series," said
, president of People to People Ambassador Programs. "We're excited that Scholastic and People to People are bringing adventure and excitement to one lucky reader through our global travel program."
The contest is open to junior high and high school students in grades 5-8. To enter the Travel Adventures Essay Contest students must write a 200-word creative essay responding to The 39 Clues essay prompt found at
/. Entries will be judged equally on responding fully to the topic, creativity, as well as spelling and grammar; and essay structure.
All entries must be received by
, 2012. No purchase is necessary to win. One student will be awarded the grand prize, a 14-day People to People Ambassador Program trip to
during summer 2013. All entries received in November will also be entered into a random drawing to receive an Apple iPod.
About People to People Ambassador Programs
People to People Ambassador Programs is the world's most recognized educational travel provider. Since the 1960s, more than 500,000 people from around the world have traveled with People to People Ambassador Programs to help further global understanding through cross-cultural exchange. Offering unmatched safety measures and unparalleled access to foreign cultures and countries, People to People Ambassador Programs promotes personal success in a globalized world and fosters international friendships for both students and professional adults.