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Education SUMMITS


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Education Summit Program

Let your students visit Harvard and get a genuine American college experience first-hand with our multi-day summit programs, which include classroom programs, tours, and more!

About Multi-Day Summit Programs

Trademark Elite Education multi-day summit programs are designed to allow students to experience every aspect of American university culture. We’ve partnered with Avalon Educon, an education and training company to bring this amazing program to India. This full immersion summit incorporates lectures, class programs, Boston area activities, meals, lodging (hotel or dorms) and award-winning tours of Harvard, MIT, and the Boston Freedom Trail. Our dedicated project managers will organize a week-long event, perfectly suited to the needs of your group.

Explore our full Summit Program Catalog here!

Check out our other Private Tour Options here! 

Summit Benefits

  • Student guides will lead your group.
  • Summits are scheduled to fit your needs.
  • Summer and Winter sessions
  • Dedicated operations manager makes sure your event run smoothly.

If you are an educator looking to bring your group on an immersive experience at Harvard & Boston,

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  • Lectures and Class Programs

    Lectures and Class Programs

    Our summits include tours of Harvard Yard, the main campus of MIT and sight-seeing on Boston’s Freedom Trail. These tours introduce students to Harvard, MIT, and Boston culture, history, daily life, and academic systems. Our programs are scheduled to include a variety of Boston’s best activities such as Blue Man Group, Boston Duck Tours, Boston Tea Party Ship Experience, trips to Macy’s and the Massachusetts State House Capitol Tour.  

  • Lodging and Meals

    Lodging and Meals

    During July and August we organize lodging for students and chaperones at Boston-area college dormitories to give a 24/7 college experience. Breakfast and dinner are included at the dormitory. For other meals we will introduce students to local restaurants in Harvard Square and Boston. From Sept-June we house students in local hotels close to Harvard’s campus.

  • Tours and Activities

    Tours and Activities

    We partner with agencies at Harvard to create the experience of being an undergrad! Our lectures are hosted in classroom space at Harvard and MIT. Our lectures are hosted by current Harvard students and PhD candidates. The standard curriculum includes lessons on leadership, public speaking, time management and applying to college. Lectures can also be curated to meet the needs of your group. We can provide invitation letters for your students in order to help facilitate the visa process. In addition, all participants will receive a recognition document in honor of their time spent at our program.

Itinerary for Aspiring Leaders

Trademark Elite Education Multi-Day Summits with Avalon Educon can be customized with a variety of popular activities including attractions, dining, transportation and lodging. Our standard 8 Day/7 Night (with 6 full days of programming) itinerary is outlined below. Programs are customized to meet the needs of your group.

Day One – Arrival

  • Check in at Lodging
  • Dinner with a Harvard student at dormitories

Day Two – Harvard Class I

  • Breakfast at student dormitories
  • Harvard Class: Discovering Talents & Interests, Life Goals and Career Paths – Prepare for your future beyond college
  • Lunch in Harvard Square
  • Harvard Class: Creativity Development – Tap into your imagination and expand your abstract thinking
  • Dinner at student dormitories
  • Evening Activity: Talk Back with Harvard student – Discuss goals for week

Day Three – Harvard Class II

  • Breakfast at student dormitories
  • Harvard Class: Public Speaking – Practice and perfect your performance skills.
  • Lunch in Harvard Square
  • Cambridge Rindge and Latin School Visit – See a prestigious American public high school
  • Dinner at student dormitories
  • Evening Activity: Soccer (or football, as it’s usually known!)

Day Four – Harvard Class III

  • Breakfast at student dormitories
  • Harvard Class: Cultural differences between India and USA – Discover the differences and similarities that define business and educational environments.
  • Lunch in Harvard Square
  • Community Charter School of Cambridge Visit – Meet the students & participate in mock debate
  • Dinner at student dormitories

Day Five – CIC, MIT STEM Program

  • Breakfast at student dormitories
  • Cambridge Innovation Center Tour – Experience a “community of entrepreneurs” in the heart of Cambridge
  • MIT STEM Program – Establish a key understanding of STEM programs and participate in hands on activities at one of the top STEM Universities in the world
  • MIT Robotics Program – Visit the MIT Museum and learn about their top-tier robotics program
  • Dinner at student dormitories
  • Evening Activity: Talk Back with Harvard student – discuss STEM at US Schools.

 Day Six – Harvard Class IV

  • Breakfast at student dormitories
  • Harvard Class: Studying STEM at American Universities – Discover which US schools provide the best majors and pick up key tips for excelling in those fields.
  • Lunch in Harvard Square
  • Harvard Class: Importance of both Humanities and STEM in our lives – Strike a balance between studies to experience a well rounded liberal arts education
  • Dinner at student dormitories
  • Evening Activity: Basketball with a member of the Harvard basketball team

Day Seven – Day Trip To Yale

  • Breakfast at Student Dormitories
  • Visit Yale University in New Haven, CT. See Harvard’s foremost rival, both in academics and sports
  • Lunch at a local New Haven restaurant
  • Interactive Classroom Experience at Yale
  • Visit the Yale Museum – Find cultural and scientific treasures, from Van Gogh’s “Night Café” to the Guttenberg Bible to historic musical instruments to fossils of the earliest dinosaurs that walked the earth.
  • Return to Boston for Dinner

 Day Eight – Check-Out

  • Breakfast at student dormitories
  • Check-Out – empty the rooms and say goodbye!

Tour Starting Location

Our programs are typically based around Harvard Square, Cambridge MA 02138

(the tour bus drop-off in Harvard Square). We can customize this starting location to fit you needs

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Do you speak another language? Don't worry, for an additional fee, we offer our tours in these languages

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Christina H.

Did a tour with Morgan, a super sweet freshman full of enthusiasm and love and respect for her school! The university did themselves a favor accepting such a wonderful young woman!

Christina H.

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